Gal Gadot enjoys playing Evil Queen in Disney's upcoming live-action film based on the 1937 animated movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" because it allows her to do something she has "never done before."

"I love it! [laughs] It's fun, I get to do something different," Gadot told Forbes in an interview that was published Tuesday. "I get to sing and I get to dance and I get to play the villain, which is something that I've never done before — and it's the first Disney villain ever."

The 36-year-old actress went on to share her experience working on the movie and with her co-stars, including Rachel Zegler, who is playing the titular role.

"I really enjoy working with all people involved, with Marc Webb and Marc Platt producing and Disney, of course, Rachel Zegler. It's just a great experience and I really, really enjoy it and The Evil Queen is very evil, so it's going to be interesting."

The live-action remake has so far been criticized by netizens as well as actor Peter Dinklage.

Dinklage said during an interview earlier this year that the plot about seven dwarfs living in a cave together is backward and repeating it in the modern age doesn't make any sense.

"Literally no offense to anyone, but I was a little taken aback when they were very proud to cast a Latina actress as Snow White," Dinklage explained. "But you're still telling the story of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.'"

"You're progressive in one way but then you're still making that fu----g backwards story about seven dwarfs living in a cave together, what the f--k are you doing, man? Have I done nothing to advance the cause from my soap box?" he continued. "I guess I'm not loud enough."

Meanwhile, netizens made "Snow White" trend on Twitter after its announcement, with many of them pointing out that the storyline shouldn't be repeated in the modern age.

Since the release of the first "Snow White" animated movie in 1937, many live-action remakes have been created, including 2012's "Mirror Mirror" and 2004's "7 Dwarves – Men Alone in the Wood."

Apart from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," which is expected to come out next year, Gadot will be next seen in the movies "Heart of Stone," "Irena Sendler," "Cleopatra" and "Wonder Woman 3." She will also appear in an untitled miniseries, which is currently under pre-production.

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“Justice League” star Gal Gadot revealed that she performed “Pulp Fiction” scenes for her audition for the role of Wonder Woman. Pictured: Gadot attends “Gal Gadot and Meher Tatna in Conversation with Carla Sosenko” at 92nd Street Y on Oct. 1, 2017 in New York City. Getty Images/Dia Dipasupil