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Date: Thursday, 2015 Apr 16, 02:25 GMT | Message # 61
# 60 One word SHOCKING! I can now understand why it was acknowledged as a failed take back in 1967.
Nice yellow door to get into the bedroom and get changed for bed.
And where on Earth did she disappear to? Yes praise the lord for the beautiful and gorgeous Lynda Carter!
Awesome find Chris!
On a side-note - I enjoyed Linda Harrison when she played Nova, Charlton Heston's mute mate in the classic 1968 film Planet of the Apes.
I thought she was quite ravishing in the skimpy outfit she had to wear she was a bit of a stunner.
Date: Thursday, 2015 Apr 16, 02:46 GMT | Message # 62
'Wonder Woman' Director's Chair Wasn't Empty For Long
That was quick. The invisible plane already has a new pilot, as sources have confirmed that Monster director Patty Jenkins has been tapped to for Warner Bros' high-profile Wonder Woman pic. The news comes just two days after helmer Michelle MacLaren excited the project over what the studio called "creative differences."
Her hiring here helps put to rest an unpleasant spin on recent events. In the wake of MacLaren's exit from Wonder Woman, speculation online was that sexism might have played a role in the matter. There's no confirmation of that, but making sure a female director brings DC's Amazonian warrior to life quells such talk before it becomes conventional wisdom. Hiring Jenkins this quickly also ensures the production will stay on schedule.
In addition Monster, which helped earn Charlize Theron her Oscar, Jenkins has had a prolific career on television, directing episodes of Entourage, Arrested Development, The Killing, as well as the pilot for the short-lived ABC series Betrayal.
As the bell rings here we go round two.
Patty Jenkins arrives at the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards held at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland on January 28, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
(Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Date: Thursday, 2015 Apr 16, 10:23 GMT | Message # 63
Ref Message #61
I forgot to mention it was Linda Harrison in the clip, thanks for the clarification. Her appearance in "Planet of the Apes" also made a strong impression on me when I saw the movie. I will post photos of her from the movie later.
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Date: Wednesday, 2015 Jul 29, 02:28 GMT | Message # 64
Pine Set As Wonder Woman's Love Interest
Chris Pine has closed a deal to play Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in the stand-alone "Wonder Woman" movie for Warner Bros Pictures.
Gadot's first appearance in the role of Diana Prince will take place in next year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", but Pine's character won't appear until the dedicated "Wonder Woman" film which Patty Jenkins is directing and which opens June 2017.
Pine joins the DC Movie Universe in a multi-picture deal that includes sequel options. It also puts to rest rumors of Pine playing the Hal Jordan incarnation of DC superhero Green Lantern.
Steve Trevor will reportedly be no mere love interest and will have plenty of action in the film which is scripted by Jason Fuchs. Pine is currently filming Justin Lin's "Star Trek Beyond".
Chris Pine attends Chrysler John Varvatos 12th Annual Stuart House Benefit at John Varvatos on April 26, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
Date: Saturday, 2015 Sep 12, 02:35 GMT | Message # 65
Wonder Woman To Start Shooting In November
Gal Gadot will be back on set as Wonder Woman before the end of the year, it's been confirmed.
With Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Suicide Squad both now in post-production, the next DC movie universe production to go before the cameras is Wonder Woman. Gal Gadot, who's debuting the role in Batman V Superman, will be taking the lead, and we already know that Chris Pine is in the cast, as Steve Trevor.
Monster director Patty Jenkins, who had been in line to direct Thor: The Dark World is helming this one. And producer Deborah Snyder has now confirmed that shooting on the movie will commence later this year.
She revealed that "we're really happy that we're going to be going into production in November, it's been a really great process. We've tried to hire as many female members of the crew as possible".
Wonder Woman is set for release on June 23rd 2017. Gal Gadot is also set to play Wonder Woman in Justice League Part One, which arrives at the end of 2017. That'll move into production once director Zack Snyder is fully done with Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
Gal Gadot attends the Entertainment Weekly: Women Who Kick Ass panel during Comic-Con International 2015 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 11, 2015 in San Diego, California.
Date: Friday, 2015 Oct 09, 02:33 GMT | Message # 66
"Wonder Woman" To Span Three Time Periods
While the various DC Comics-based interconnected films in the works at Warner Bros. Pictures are all predominantly set in the present day, one exception is the solo "Wonder Woman" film.
Rumors about the movie have long suggested a good portion of it will take place in the past, but where in history specifically hasn't been specified - at least until today. Reports are that the film will be set in three distinctive time periods and will feature varied settings.
The first will be on Themyscira, home of the Amazons, during an unspecified time. The second will be in 1916 during the first World War. The third will be in the present day and will also lay some ground work for "Justice League Part One" which opens half a year later.
This would also allow for Diana's costume to undergo changes throughout the film as see different points in her life. The "Wonder Woman" solo film opens June 23rd 2017.
Date: Friday, 2015 Oct 09, 12:40 GMT | Message # 67
Date: Tuesday, 2015 Nov 03, 03:31 GMT | Message # 68
Nicole Kidman In Talks To Join Gal Gadot In 'Wonder Woman'
Oscar winner Nicole Kidman is in ongoing negotiations to play a high-ranking Amazonian warrior alongside Gal Gadot in WB's "Wonder Woman,"
A representative for Warner Bros. had no comment.
While Kidman's potential role has yet to be confirmed, the Queen of the Amazons in the "Wonder Woman" comics is Hyppolyta, who also happens to be Diana Prince's biological mother - though it's unclear whether the film will remain faithful to that storyline.
Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder are producing "Wonder Woman" with Charles Roven and Richard Suckle of Atlas Entertainment. Jason Fuchs ("Pan") wrote the script.
Wonder Women will be introduced in next year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" before her solo movie hits theaters on June 23, 2017.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban attend The 2015 Crystal + Lucy Awards held at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles on June 16, 2015.
(Photo by John Salangsang/BFA)
Date: Saturday, 2015 Nov 07, 02:25 GMT | Message # 69
New Details On "Wonder Woman" Villains
New details about the apparent plot of the solo "Wonder Woman" movie at Warner Bros. Pictures have arrived - mostly regarding the villains Ares and Circe in the film.
According to Heroic Hollywood, Ares will serve as the main villain and uses Circe as a pawn to get what he wants: an ancient Amazonian sword that could allow him to take over Olympus.
His motive is to start World War III in order to feed off of the energy generated by the massive amount of death and destruction that would result, giving him enough power to gain possession of the sword.
Circe keeps Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) busy and even becomes a Chimera in the final battle. Batman makes a cameo and will confront Wonder Woman about what happened when he meets her in 'Dawn of Justice' during which Diana is searching for the lost sword.
Sean Bean and Eva Green have been rumored for the roles of Ares and Circe. "Wonder Woman" is scheduled to be released on June 23rd 2017.
Via: Heroic Hollywood
Date: Monday, 2015 Dec 21, 02:44 GMT | Message # 70
Wright Replaces Kidman In "Wonder Woman"?
A while back came reports that Nicole Kidman was in talks for a major role, likely that of Amazonian queen Hippolyta, in the upcoming "Wonder Woman" movie at Warner Bros. Pictures. Then, when a major cast list was recently announced, it seemed Kidman's name was not on it.
One new name in the same list though was "House of Cards" star Robin Wright. With her role in the film unspecified, it was assumed she would simply take on the roll that Kidman was originally set for. Today, Justin Kroll has scored some additional information about the casting.
Kroll says on Twitter that Kidman wasn't able to take the roll because of a scheduling conflict and the studio is still deciding who should take her place.
Wright reportedly closed her deal for an unknown role before Kidman even had an offer, a role that isn't Hippolyta like others suggest. However, he indicates at this point the studio is trying to figure out whether to just give Robin Wright that role or find another star.
"Wonder Woman" is currently in production in London ahead of opening in cinemas on June 23rd 2017.
Nicole Kidman is a big loss slightly disappointed.
Date: Sunday, 2016 Jan 17, 02:52 GMT | Message # 71
Connie Nielsen To Play "Wonder Woman" Mom
Connie Nielsen ("Gladiator," "Devil's Advocate") has joined the cast of the "Wonder Woman" film at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Gal Gadot is playing the Amazonian princess opposite Chris Pine as love interest Captain Steve Trevor along with Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, and Ewen Bremner.
Nielsen will play Hippolyta, the queen of the Amazons and mother of Princess Diana, aka Wonder Woman. The film is currently shooting in the UK and Italy ahead of a June 23rd 2017 release.
Excellent choice! I can just see Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta.
Via: Heat Vision
Connie Nielsen at The Creative Coalition Gala on April 24, 2015 in Loas Angeles
Credit: Splash News
Date: Tuesday, 2016 Jan 26, 03:14 GMT | Message # 72
Lynda Carter Won't Be In "Wonder Woman"
The most iconic screen incarnation of "Wonder Woman" so far has to be the 1970s live-action TV series version which turned actress Lynda Carter into a household name.
With the new Patty Jenkins-directed standalone "Wonder Woman" movie currently in production, there was hope that Carter might make an appearance in the upcoming film opposite the DCEU Wonder Woman being played by Gal Gadot. Carter herself previously indicated she was open to the idea so long as it was a role of decent importance as opposed to just a cameo.
Behind-the-scenes it seems a deal couldn't be worked out as Carter's publicist has confirmed to The Washington Post that the actress would not be playing any part in the new reboot.
Whether there will be any future involvement for Carter in the "Wonder Woman" franchise has yet to be seen. Carter has expressed enthusiasm for the new incarnation of the role she made famous, and we'll see if Gadot will fill those big shoes when the film hits on June 23rd 2017.
Oh, well, that's a disappointment, maybe there's more to come I don't know?
Lynda Carter - with her daughter and The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco - arrives at the Fallout 4 Launch on November 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California
Date: Thursday, 2016 Jun 02, 00:56 GMT | Message # 74
"Civil War" Actress Joins "Wonder Woman"
Florence Kasumba, who had a small role as the head of security for T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and engaged in dialogue with Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow in a key scene from "Captain America: Civil War," has apparently joined the cast of Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman" film at Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films.
Reports are that the actress will play Senator Acantha, an Amazon character from the comics. In the original comics, Acantha was one of the Amazonian leaders who argued that Diana should be allowed to serve as an ambassador to the world of 'man'.
Production on the "Wonder Woman" film recently wrapped with post-production now in full swing ahead of the film's June 2017 release.
Even before her Marvel gig, German actress Kasumba had assembled a solid resume over the past decade with roles in the likes of "The Quest," "I Love You Too," "Transpapa" and Syfy's "Dominion". She'll soon be seen playing the Wicked Witch of the East in Tarsem Singh's "Emerald City" limited series which premieres early next year.
MAI DUONG KIEU, FLORENCE KASUMBA, STEPHANIE BUDDENBROCK in THE QUEST - 'One True Hero' on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Rick Rowell/ABC via Getty Images)