Gal Gadot COVID Test – Before Red Notice filming

Gal Gadot COVID Test – Before Red Notice filming

One of the most beautiful, inspiring, and natural actress in Hollywood Gal Gadot has shared images on Twitter of her getting a COVID-19 test before she returns to the shooting of Red Notice. Gal Gadot is best known as Wonder Woman franchise and The Fast and Furious franchise. She has many upcoming projects under her sleeve including Red Notice and mystery thriller “Death on the Nile”.

Red Notice stars Gadot, alongside Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne“The Rock” Johnson. It is an upcoming action-comedy that will premiere on Netflix. The movie was in the middle of shooting when the shooting stopped due to the corona pandemic in March. Recently the makers announced that  Red Notice will continue its production soon.

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The safety measures for the movie are ensured including a quarantine bubble which is quite clear when Gal Gadot has posted pair of images on her social media where she is undergoing COVID-19 tests as a safety precaution for the tests. She captioned the picture saying that she cannot wait for this to end and also added a hashtag stay safe.

Gal Gadot COVID Test

Gal Gadot has been supporting the WHO for eradicating the virus from around the world. Things will get different on the sets of Red Notice, but it is good to see celebrities undertaking the safety precautions and getting their selves tested. Many celebrities around the world has tested positive for coronavirus which they caught from the sets they were working on. In some countries, the crew and makeup staff also got infected from celebrities, so it is better to stay safe and follow the health guidelines.

The co-producer of Red Notice has stated that he will not compromise on the safety guidelines and health of his crew and cast in any case. It appears that filming will be quite hectic for not only the staff and crew but also for the leading celebrities.

With Tenet releasing last weekend and earning $100 million in the first weekend of the US and China release, movie makers are motivated and have hope that the film industry will be back on its feet soon.