Gal Gadot’s daughter doesn’t care that her mom is Wonder Woman — for a feminist reason

We’re going to take a shot in the dark and say that most little girls will want to be Wonder Woman for Halloween this year. Note that we said most. The record-breaking film’s star, Gal Gadot, says that her daughter doesn’t care about her being Wonder Woman, mainly because six-year-old Alma’s been there and done that.

Gadot sat down with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show and explained how Alma is so blasé about her mother being Wonder Woman.

"She’s like the best thing ever to me, she’s my daughter," Gadot prefaced, "but whenever people talk to me about Wonder Woman, she completely takes the conversation. And she’s like, 'Listen, we’ve been to London. It’s been amazing. I was working on set too, but I was four — three, four — so I didn’t do all the takes.'"

Gadot continued in Alma’s voice, “‘It was cold, and they dressed me like a poor girl so I didn’t want to do it [a cameo] because I don’t want to be famous.’”

But the main reason Alma isn’t fazed by Wonder Woman is because she thinks every woman is Wonder Woman.

"But honestly, every woman is a Wonder Woman," Gadot says Alma often tells people. "My mom is just the biggest one because she does the movie but if you think..." Gadot adds that Alma will "go on and on and on."

Go, Alma, go! Every woman is a Wonder Woman! Gadot raised her right.

So no, Alma will not be going as Wonder Woman this Halloween. Instead, she’ll be hitting the streets as a classic zombie. But even as a little girl zombie, Alma knows she’s a Wonder Woman at heart.

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