In advance of hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, Gal Gadot stopped by the Tonight Show to talk about Halloween in her household—and have her first Reese's Peanut Butter Cup ever. She also hilariously admitted to Jimmy Fallon that her oldest daughter, 6-year-old Alma, is kind of "whatever" about Gadot's breakout role as Wonder Woman. As Gadot explains, Alma knows every woman is wonderful:
She’s like the best thing ever to me, she’s my daughter, but whenever people talk to me about Wonder Woman, she completely takes the conversation. And she’s like, "Listen, we’ve been to London. It’s been amazing. I was working on set too, but I was four—three, four—so I didn’t do all the takes. It was cold, and they dressed me like a poor girl so I didn’t want to do it [a cameo] because I don’t want to be famous. But honestly, every woman is a Wonder Woman. My mom is just the biggest one because she does the movie but if you think"—like this, she will go on and on and on. So she’s not—[she’s like] "my mom’s Wonder Woman, whatever."
(Kind of reminiscent of that time back in June when Ben Affleck got roasted by his own daughter Violet.)
Gadot also played a round of charades with Fallon, Miley Cyrus, and The Roots' Tariq Trotter. "Just so you know, I’ve never played this before," she prefaced, which led her teammate Fallon to literally hide his head in the couch and have a freakout. "Listen, it’s going to be okay," she cajoled him. "We’re going to do great!"
And they didn't completely fail! But Gadot's first time playing—particularly the way she acted out the phrase "Born to Run"—is truly special: