The 68-year-old actress looked radiant on the red carpet at the Golden Heart Awards in New York City on Thursday, donning a long black flamenco dancer-inspired dress with draped, sheer sleeves and a mesh material at the hem.
Standing with her hands on her hips, Carter looked just like her alter-ego Wonder Woman!
The Hollywood veteran played the iconic role on the hit TV show for four years between 1975 and 1979 and has since remained one of the most popular stars in the DC Comics universe.
toofab's Brian Particelli recently talked to the legendary actress about Wonder Woman's makeover in the upcoming "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."
With Gal Gadot following in her superhero footsteps, Carter hopes she can maintain her femininity. "I just hope they don't make her too masculine," she told us. "There are so many wonderful things about women. If any woman really was a superhero, she would also be imbued with fairness and a sense of life equilibrium. I hope they have included a richness in the character."
While fans won't see a cameo from Lynda in the upcoming "Batman" flick, she will be showing her support for the franchise. "I'll be the first in line!" she declared.
Once a superhero, always a superhero!
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