Gal Gadot has launched her own production company.

The 'Wonder Woman' star has teamed up with husband and producing partner Jaron Varsano - who she has been married to since 2008 and shares two daughters with - to form Pilot Wave.

Announcing the news on her Instagram account, Gadot said: ''Pilot Wave is taking off! I'm so excited this is finally out. @jaronvarsano and I have been working on this for quite some time and I just CAN'T wait to bring to life all the amazing stories we're working on with all our talented partners.''

She added: ''As producers, we want to help bring stories that have inspired us to life. Pilot Wave will create content that promotes the perspectives and experiences of unique people and produce impactful stories aimed at igniting the imagination.''

The first project from Pilot Wave will be historical thriller 'Irena Sendler', in which Gal will play the title character and she and Jaron will produce alongside Marc Platt.

'Irena Sendler' tells the story of a woman's defiant stand against Nazi Germany's occupation of Poland and how she saved 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw ghetto.

Following her arrest by the Gestapo, the drama becomes a race against time to save not only herself but the identities of those she has protected.

The 34-year-old actress - who was born in Petah Tikva, Israel, and raised in the Jewish faith - will be seen reprising her role as superhero Diana Prince in 'Wonder Woman 1984'.

The blockbuster is the sequel to 2017's 'Wonder Woman' will also star Pedro Pascal, Chris Pine and Kristen Wiig and is scheduled for release in June 2020.

Gal will also appear in Sir Kenneth Branagh's adaption of 'Death on the Nile' and will feature in 'Red Notice' on Netflix alongside Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds.