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Date: Thursday, 2014 Jan 23, 16:30 GMT | Message # 34
Date: Friday, 2014 Feb 14, 03:28 GMT | Message # 35
Awesome Wonder Women Statue Revealed
Side Show Collectibles revealed the latest statue of Wonder Woman as part of their Trinity Line.
The Wonder Woman statue is listed at $399.99 with preorders starting today.
"Joining her powerful Justice League allies, Sideshow is proud to debut the magnificent Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure from our wildly popular DC Comics collection.
Handcrafted with austere beauty and fierce determination, Princess Diana of Themyscira dons her iconic costume of stars and stripes, sworn to protect the world and uphold her mantle as Wonder Woman.
Date: Tuesday, 2014 Feb 18, 01:03 GMT | Message # 36
Superheroes Who Really Should Have Had A Movie By Now / 1. Wonder Woman (DC Comics)
The holy DC trinity are undoubtedly Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman (indeed, there has been a comic book arc entitled "Trinity" whick focused on that very trio).
The first two members of that trinity - Batman and Superman - have both had multiple titular movies over the years, with both characters having been portrayed by a number of actors. So why hasn"t Wonder Woman been given a shot yet?
Hell, even Supergirl has had her own movie - granted, it was terrible, but a lot of time has passed since 1984 and we"re in the prime era of comic book movies now, so Wonder Woman should surely have been in a starring movie role by now.
As previously touched upon, DC have released movies about characters as obscure as Jonah Hex and Swamp Thing, yet nothing from Wonder Woman.
Of course, she"s going to appear as a supporting character in 2016"s Man of Steel sequel (the Batman Vs Superman movie), but that"s two years away and it"s not her own movie.
Lynda Carter successfully portrayed the character in the ever-popular television series of the 1970s, which shows that it can work on screen in live action.
This really needs to happen sooner rather than later.
Date: Tuesday, 2014 Sep 02, 18:51 GMT | Message # 37
Date: Monday, 2014 Sep 15, 03:03 GMT | Message # 38
# 37 I don"t think Lynda Carter was all that concerned. or maybe their was a little bit of jealousy in that interview. I think I would have been that"s for sure. WOW I would after say that outfit Gal Gadot looks absolutely amazing. love the colour sexy or what. she looks a million dollars. "Girl Power"
Date: Tuesday, 2014 Sep 16, 00:47 GMT | Message # 40
# 39 Absolutely, what a babe Lynda Carter was as Wonder Woman (Diana Prince). I had a massive crush on her when I had raging hormones in my teens in the 70s lol! she still looks amazing now. great pictures and wonderful memories.
Date: Friday, 2014 Oct 03, 03:27 GMT | Message # 41
5 Comic Book Babes We"re Totally In Love With
1. Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is an absolute genius creation. She was devised from an idea by William Moulton Marston, the same man who came up with the polygraph test, as an image of every man"s ideal women. According to legend, Marston cottoned onto the idea that a female hero with magic lasso and metal bracelets would appeal to every man"s fascination with bondage . He was spot on. The book was a massive hit.
Over the year"s Wonder Woman"s popularity has increased faster than her cup size and cemented her reputation as the queen of all comic book babes. Rumours that she"s also allegedly the only woman that would be strong enough to birth the son of Krypton"s heir remain unsubstantiated.
Date: Saturday, 2014 Nov 01, 03:08 GMT | Message # 42
"Wonder Woman" Film To Be A Prequel?
With Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics doing their superhero team-up films like "Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice" and "Justice League: Part One" before they do many of their standalone films, it comes as little surprise that said standalone's will probably have little impact on the storylines of the team-up projects.
Indeed, Bleeding Cool reports that the upcoming standalone "Wonder Woman" movie is Not going to be a contemporary-set film like those two aforementioned projects. Instead, a good chunk of the movie will take place in the 1920s.
The site says the first half of the film will take place on Paradise Island with "Warring Amazonian factions vying for control". Things change when a man appears on the Island (not necessarily Diana's original love interest Steve Trevor) and asks the Amazons for help.
The second half of the film sees Wonder Woman visiting the world of man and discovering It's the 1920s and women have just won the right to vote. Unlike "Captain America: The First Avenger," there won't be a time jump at the end. The site claims the plan is for a potential trilogy of "Wonder Woman" standalone's with the second taking place during WW2 and the third in the modern day.
Producer Charles Roven already confirmed earlier this month that the character is a demi-god fathered by Zeus, and thus is likely immortal. It would also explain how she has been able to hide amongst so well if she has been doing it for nearly a century.
"Wonder Woman", starring Gal Gadot, is currently slated for a June 23rd 2017 release.
Gal Gadot attends the Jaguar and Playboy Magazine exclusive VIP reception to celebrate Jaguar's high-performance models during Pebble Beach weekend on August 16, 2013 in Monterey, California
Date: Sunday, 2014 Nov 16, 05:09 GMT | Message # 43
Wonder Woman May Have A Director In Michelle Maclaren
As DC ramps up its very own cinematic universe in an attempt to rival the billions of dollars traditional frenemy Marvel have already managed to reap, they are actively seeking directors for a swathe of recently announced films. First and foremost in the scramble to sign contracts is Gal Gadot's Wonder Women, which has been specifically singled out as needing a female director.
Luckily, DC may have found just the woman in Michelle Maclaren, who is currently in talks with DC and Warner Brothers off the back of her extremely successful television career. With stints on Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones gracing her CV, Maclaren has proven herself at the top of the television game, but is yet to direct her first full feature.
Details are light on the ground, but Wonder Woman is said to be a period piece, following Diana's attempts to blend into 20's America. Hopefully Maclaren and DC can come to an agreement soon, as Wonder Woman is set to open on the 23rd of June 2017 in the US, with a UK date coming shortly after.
Date: Tuesday, 2014 Nov 25, 03:44 GMT | Message # 44
Game Of Thrones ' Michelle MacLaren Confirmed To Direct Wonder Woman
Game of Thrones director Michelle MacLaren has signed on to work on Wonder Woman.
The upcoming DC Comics feature is to star Gal Gadot in the title roll.
Warner Bros has officially signed veteran director MacLaren following weeks of speculation.
MacLaren, whose credits also include Breaking Bad and The X-Files, was said to have taken several meetings with the studio earlier this month.
The director will work to develop the long-awaited superhero feature with Charles Roven, Zack Snyder, Debbie Snyder and Richard Suckle, who are all on board as producers.
Wonder Women is expected to hit theaters on June 23, 2017.