's reportedly won't be hitting theaters in Lebanon or Kuwait.
Neither country will be playing the upcoming Disney movie due to their objections to Gadot's past 2-year service in the Israeli military, according to .
Gadot, 36, who was born in Israel, served in her native country's military prior to becoming a model and actress — as all citizens are required to do.
Israel and Lebanon are technically at war, and the Arab nation has a law that bans Israeli products.
Neither a rep for Gadot nor Disney responded to PEOPLE's request for comment.
This is not the first time a country has banned Gadot's films. from release in theaters there in 2017, as well as its sequel , according to the outlet.
, which sees Kenneth Branagh as the detective Hercule Poirot from , will open Friday in the U.S.
The film has already faced controversy after costar was accused of sexual assault in January 2021 (The movie was filmed before the allegations).
Hammer is currently with a former partner. The woman, identified only by her first name Effie, said Hammer "violently raped" her for four hours in Los Angeles in 2017, during which he "slammed [her] head against a wall" and "beat [her] feet with a crop."
In a statement previously shared with PEOPLE, Hammer's lawyer denied the rape allegations, stating that the encounter between Hammer and Effie was "completely consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory."