Gal Gadot tweets on the 130th Birthday of Agatha Christie

Gal Gadot tweets on the 130th Birthday of Agatha Christie
Gal Gadot tweets on the 130th Birthday of Agatha Christie

Gal Gadot aka Wonder Women of DC wrote on Twitter about the 130th birthday of Agatha Christie. Gal praised Agatha, about her achievements and about her creativity. Gal Gadot wrote that Agatha is an inspiration and an endless fountain of creativity.

“Agatha Christie! She is an Inspiration” – Gal Gadot

“Today is the 130th birthday of one of the greatest storytellers of all time, Agatha Christie! She is an inspiration, an endless fountain of creativity & I’m extremely honored & privileged to take part in one of her stories. Can’t wait for you all to see @DOTNMovie come to life again” she tweeted.

The Israeli actress who was crowned Miss Israel is known for her role as “Wonder Woman” in the movies “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, “Wonder Woman”, and “Justice League”. She also acted in “Fast and Furious” (2009) as Gisele Yashar.

Gal Gadot is playing as Linnet Ridgeway-Doyle in the upcoming movie “Death on the Nile”, which is an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel “Death on the Nile” first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 1 November 1937. The book revolves around the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, and the action takes place in Egypt mostly on the river Nile.

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Agatha Christie was an English writer popular for her sixty-six detective novels and fourteen short story collections. Agatha holds the Guinness World Records, as the best-selling fiction writer of all time, having her novels sold more than two billion copies.

Many commented on Gadot’s tweet sharing their excitement for the movie “Death on the Nile”. 

“Happy Birthday Agatha! I hope this film is not delayed.  But I don’t think it’s safe to open cinemas here in Brazil.” “An icon Mystery Writer! Death on the Nile is a classic! A great cast and looking forward to this take on it” fans commented.