The actor urged Americans to "focus on the real war on women" after a number of other stars issued trans-exclusionary statements.
Lynda Carter, star of the original "Wonder Woman" TV series, told critics they hadn't been paying attention.
"I just did what I felt like I had to do," the "Wonder Woman" star told Elle magazine.
The "Wonder Woman" star said that she "handled" the "Justice League" director, who was called “gross, abusive, unprofessional" by actor Ray Fisher.
The actor said she wanted her version of the DC Comics superhero to be imbued with the late British royal's "vulnerabilities and heart."
The "Wonder Woman" star, who currently has two daughters, revealed the pregnancy on Instagram.
A third "Wonder Woman" film is being fast-tracked by Warner Bros. amid the mixed reviews for the just-released “Wonder Woman 1984."
“I think that all of us DC directors tossed that out just as much as the fans did," Jenkins said of the film.
The "Wonder Woman 1984" actor addresses comparisons between his character and the president.
Gadot is reteaming with her "Wonder Woman" director to bring the Queen of the Nile back to the big screen.