Mark Twight Is In Tel Aviv, Israel To Whip Gal Gadot In WONDER WOMAN Shape

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Everyone who has seen Man Of Steel, probably know the intense physical transformation that star Henry Cavill went through to get his Superman body. Working with the world famous Mark Twight at Gym Jones, Cavill put on muscle upon muscle to give him the physique of a Kryptonian exposed to by years of Earth’s yellow son. Cavill is currently back at work in Salt Lake City, Utah trying to regain the body that he had back when he was filming Man of Steel almost two years ago. Not only that Ben Affleck is said to be hard at work on his Batman body, with the costume dressers for his latest movie, Gone Girl, telling him to slow down, because he’s growing out of the wardrobe for the film.

This brings us to Gal Gadot. When the Israeli born actress was cast in the film, a lot of people instantly began complaining that she was too skinny. Cue Twight. Recently, Twight tweeted out a picture of a city scape saying it was his home for the next couple of months. Our friends at the Man Of Steel Fanpage did some super sleuthing, and found out this photo (pictured below) is from Tel Aviv, Israel where Gadot lives. So it would seem as if Twight trusts Cavill, along with his staff to handle getting him back in Superman shape, while he helps Gadot with her Wonder Woman physique.

While only time will tell just how muscular Gadot will get for the role, fans should feel comfortable knowing that Mark Twight is there to help her along the process. Based on the special features that were on the Man Of Steel Blu-ray, Twight is the perfect man to take someone who is already in good shape and give them the proper muscle definition for a role like this. While we will have to wait sometime probably to see Gadot’s Wonder Woman look, you can check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on the movie.

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