Kristen Wiig

The "Wonder Woman" star said she tried to "do a good deed" during the coronavirus pandemic but the video was "not the right good deed."
"I wasn’t myself,” the "Saturday Night Live" alum told InStyle of the extremely tough three-year period.
The "Bridesmaids" star had hinted at motherhood on "Saturday Night Live."
The actor shared how he got "dragged into" the ill-received viral video created in response to the coronavirus pandemic starring Gal Gadot and many other celebrities.
Natalie Portman, Mark Ruffalo, Will Ferrell and others join the Instagram video because "we're all in this together," the "Wonder Woman" star said.
The “Bridemaids” star’s scarlet ensemble was also compared to a vagina and the red carpet itself.
Gal Gadot returns as Diana Prince alongside Chris Pine and Kristen Wiig.
Some of Hollywood's elite have threatened to take their projects elsewhere after the state's Republican governor signed a severely restrictive abortion bill into law.
The "Saturday Night Live" alum will face off against Gal Gadot in the sequel.