Zoe Saldana looks sensational as she shows off her toned abs in a black crop top and gym leggings for sizzling snap
She’s blazed her way through Hollywood, appearing in an array of blockbuster hits like Avatar and Guardians Of The Galaxy.
And Zoe Saldana looked sensational as she posed for a snap in her gymwear, which she shared via Instagram on Thursday.
The actress, 42, showed off her toned abs in a black Adidas crop top and leggings that accentuated her slender figure.
Wow! Zoe Saldana looked sensational as she showed off her toned abs in black crop top and gym leggings for a sizzling snap she shared via Instagram on Thursday
Zoe wore her brunette locks in a sleek, straight style, and she chose to go make-up free to embrace her natural beauty for the snap.
The Star Trek actress kept her look simple for her fitness session as she decided to forgo wearing any jewellery.
Zoe shared a motivational caption, as she shared words of encouragement by telling her followers that ‘we got this’.
Poignant: Earlier this month, Zoe shared an empowering message with her 7.3 million Instagram followers by sharing a close-up selfie – in which she appeared to shed a tear
Earlier this month, Zoe shared an empowering message with her 7.3 million Instagram followers by sharing a close-up selfie – in which she appeared to shed a tear.
The actress captioned the shot, ‘Don’t let your mind bully your body,’ with the hashtag, #loveyourself.’
In the black-and-white clip on Instagram Stories, the A-list actress had her dark locks pulled back in a neat ponytail as she wore an Adidas activewear top.
Saldana has often used her platform for causes including social change and gender issues, having blazed a Hollywood trail with her appearances in blockbusters like Avatar and the Star Trek and Guardians of the Galaxy films.
Honest: The actress captioned the shot, ‘Don’t let your mind bully your body,’ with the hashtag, #loveyourself’
The New Jersey-born beauty and husband Marco Perego, 41, who exchanged vows in 2013, are parents to three sons: twins Bowie and Cy, five, and Zen, three.
She said last year during a speaking engagement at in Amsterdam that she sought to play ‘a whole woman’ in her roles, according to Thomson Reuters Foundation.
‘I’m not actively playing a strong woman,’ she said, ‘I’m just playing a whole woman versus something that is just there to be objectified and fill in all the boring spaces in a movie that come from a weak storyline.’
She added, ‘When I go for a job, or I start a business or I make a decision, it has never been because I’m a woman or because I’m a person of color. It is because I’m a human, I’m a voter, I’m a taxpayer, I’m a human being and because I matter.’
She said that studios were moving in the right direction in adding breadth and depth to female roles both on screen and in the writers’ room.
‘Women are so relevant in life, and in all places, that the logical thing to do is to capture them accurately and build them accurately,’ she said.
Making a stand: Saldana has often used her platform for causes including social change and gender issues, having blazed a Hollywood trail with her appearances in several blockbusters