Virtual technology used to transform Gal Gadot to Cleopatra Virtual technology used to transform Gal Gadot to Cleopatra

Virtual technology used to transform Gal Gadot to Cleopatra

We reveal a hilarious video that replaces the face of legendary Hollywood diva Elizabeth Taylor and inserts the features of Israeli actress Gal Gadot as the queen of Egypt in the classic 1963 movie. Scroll down as we show you the amusing images!

  • Elizabeth Taylor’s famous version of Cleopatra was the most expensive movie in Hollywood history. The epic film production cost $44 million. Even although it was a successful box office hit 20th Century Fox ended almost bankrupt due to its astronomical costs.
  • “Wonder Woman” directed by Patty Jenkins starring Gal Gadot was a blockbuster hit that earned $ 821.8 million at the box office.
  • Gadot and Jenkings team up with scriptwriter Laeta Kalogridis, with the actress starring as the Queen Of Egypt in a new reboot feminist version of the classic.

This funny video appeared recently on a YouTube from a channel that uses deepfake technology, a facial recognition system that replaces the face of Elizabeth Taylor with the actress Gal Gadot as the queen of Egypt in the Hollywood classic.

Elizabeth Taylor as the beautiful seductress Cleopatra.

Did you know that the Cleopatra original epic movie made Elizabeth Taylor into a legendary star after her glamorous performance of the Queen of the Nile?

The original film romanticized the life Cleopatra according to myths that claimed she was an irresistible manipulator of powerful men like Marc Antony. The legend tells that she even managed to seduce Caesar by entering his chambers secretly after being rolled up inside a rug!

Thank God that "Wonder Woman" star and director Patty Jenkins promises audiences that they will bring Cleopatra's historical biopic "to the big screen in a way she’s never been seen before." The former Miss Israel beauty pageant winner and filmmaker team up again on a completely new version of the iconic Queen.

We imagine Gadot’s and Jenkins version will be much closer to the historical facts but still entertaining and grandiose. Fingers crossed they will nail the story creating a more feminine, clever, and empowering image of Cleopatra.

Corey Robertson

Corey Robertson is an American journalist and writer. She has over 20 years experience in the movie industry. A pretzels fan who loves Hollywood romantic comedies and a walk in the park. + info

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