Israeli superstar Gal Gadot is not backing down from her fight for a seat and voice in Hollywood as a woman amid her disinterest in any conflict, an echo to her most popular character as Wonder Woman. 

The 36-year old beauty got candid in her Elle interview and shared her aversion to conflict and at one point, reflected on her discontinued path to become a lawyer. 

"The thought now of me being a lawyer, dealing with conflict all the time, it’s not for me," she admitted while picturing herself in a courtroom.

Despite this, Gadot does not seem to mind being in contretemps onscreen as the Hollywood’s go-to action heroine, who fought against villains to restore peace, or as Sarah Black in her new action comedy movie "Red Notice," with Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds.

The Diana Prince actor also revealed playing hardball for the sequel, "Wonder Woman 1984," after she was paid roughly $300,000 for the "Wonder Woman" in 2017, a figure considered low in Hollywood standards. 

The film then saw DC Extended Universe amass $800 million following the 2017 blockbuster success. 

"I was extremely grateful. That was my big break," Gal said. "I was willing to drop the ball and not do [the follow-up film] if I wasn’t paid fairly.” 

Fighting for her right as a female lead, Gadot secured salary reportedly 30-plus times her initial pay for the sequel. She said while she despises getting into conflict, she is not afraid to battle injustice "because when I’m righteous, I’m also right," according to CBR.

She also addressed controversies surrounding "Justice League" director Joss Whedon after alleging in May that he "kind of threatened my career and said if I did something, he would make my career miserable."

"I was shocked by the way that he spoke with me," she said. "If he says it to me, then obviously he says it to many other people. I just did what I felt like I had to do. And it was to tell people that it's not okay."

Gadot was quick to call for immediate action to deal with the misogynistic behavior made against her and noted that executives at Warner Bros. took care of the issue.

Actor Ray Fisher, who plays Victor Stone aka Cyborg in “Justice League,” also previously made complaints about the director's "abusive and unprofessional behavior" on set, to which Whedon denied the accusations, NBC News noted.

Gal Gadot The 36-year old beauty got candid in her Elle interview and shared her aversion to conflict and at one point, reflected on her discontinued path to become a lawyer.  Patrick McMullan/Getty Images