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Thursday 18 December 2014

Gadot takes on a Criminal role

Gal Gadot is to star in thriller Criminal
Gal Gadot is to star in thriller Criminal

Gal Gadot is set to star in thriller Criminal.

The Fast And Furious actress has signed on to join the cast of the film, which already includes Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds, Gary Oldman and Tommy Lee Jones, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The 29-year-old Israeli star will play the wife of Ryan's character.

Kevin has been cast as a ruthless criminal, who volunteers for an experimental procedure to have the memories and skills of a murdered CIA field agent transferred into his own mind, with Tommy as the doctor who carries out the operation.

The Iceman's Ariel Vromen will direct Criminal, which has been written by Douglas Cook and David Weisberg.

Gal, who appeared in three of the Fast And Furious movies, is to play Wonder Woman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Man Of Steel sequel, Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice.

She has completed shooting crime thriller Triple Nine, which also stars Aaron Paul and Kate Winslet.

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