Gal Gadot has expressed her affection for the original "Wonder Woman," Lynda Carter, with whom she will team up for the upcoming third installment of the superhero franchise.

The 36-year-old Israeli actress said "it means the world" to her to have her mentor on board for the new "Wonder Woman" movie.

"First of all, Lynda has mentored me from the very first moment that I got cast as Wonder Woman," Gadot said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "She was always there, talking to me, giving me tips and everything. She's a true champion of what Patty and I have been doing, and it was so great that we managed to find the right opportunity to bring her to the last movie and now to the third one."

She mentioned no other details on the film but she promised that her next team up with Carter is something to watch for. 

"It's even better this time. I love her very much. I love her dearly," she added.

Lynda Carter appeared in "Wonder Woman 1984" as Asteria, a legendary Amazonian warrior with golden armor. She was the original "Wonder Woman" who debuted the character in 1975.

Production details about the movie remain under wraps but franchise helmer Patty Jenkins teased at a recent DC FanDome that Carter is appearing in the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, saying, "We're all three very excited about some things coming up with Wonder Woman 3."

Gadot confirmed in an interview with Variety that the script for "Wonder Woman 3" is underway.

In the interview video, which the outlet posted on its official Twitter account, the reporter asks Gadot, "I have to ask about 'Wonder Woman 3' it was announced the studio said they were putting on the fast track, so when might we see it?"

Gadot responds, saying, "I can't tell you yet but we're working on the script."

The actress is currently busy promoting Netflix's big-budget action-comedy flick "Red Notice," which also stars Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. It is set for release on Nov. 12.

Gadot is also set to play the Evil Queen in Disney's upcoming "Snow White" remake.

"I am very excited to play this amazing, iconic villain and this project is so special and the people involved are so amazing. I just cannot wait to get into her shoes and stand in front of the world," she told The Hollywood Reporter.

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