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Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara says "We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV"

Oct. 7, 2013by: Jesse Giroux

"What is DC and Warner Bros. going to do with Wonder Woman?" It's a big question that's been on the minds of many fans, especially with the studio possibly looking for an actress to play the character in BATMAN VS SUPERMAN with their latest casting call. Kevin Tsujihara is the CEO of Warner Bros. and recently made some interesting comments to THR about the character and the studio's plans for comic book properties.

Kevin Tsujihara starts by saying having only Batman and Superman films so far has been a "missed opportunity" for the studio, however he does state that Warner Bros. "has huge plans for a number of other DC properties on TV." The second season of Arrow starts this week, and we know there are already plans for a Flash and Gotham City PD series, but could Wonder Woman be the next DC property to get its own series? Tsujihara isn't talking, but obviously the character is important to the studio and he does says “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”

It sounds like DC and Warner Bros. aren't sure what to do with Wonder Woman, which isn't all the surprising considering how many failed attempts there have been at bringing the character either to theaters and television. If they want their films to be as successful as Marvel and Disney's comic book movies though, I feel like they have to find a way for the character to work since she is one of DC's most well-known characters.

But would fans be cool with her starting on television before moving to film? And if so, wouldn't they have to cast the same actress for both television and film since people could be confused if there are two different actresses portraying the character? It's a big decision Warner Bros. and DC has to make, and it'll be very interesting to see where they end up with Wonder Woman.

Extra Tidbit: Here's my idea for how Wonder Woman should be used: introduce her towards the end of BATMAN VS SUPERMAN, then do a limited television series (ten episodes should be enough) featuring the character. After her origin and background have been taken care of, they should do a movie version of Trinity instead of Justice League. Thoughts?
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4:44AM on 10/09/2013

If we're gonna fake cast, how about we actually think about it?

Like, let's go outside the box a little bit instead of grabbing the newest flavor. Like ... How about Laura Mennell (Janey Slater from Watchmen)? She's got the look and she's got the height. Same thing if Leelee Sobieski (who's been in a bunch of low key stuff) feels like working that hard, she'd look great and she's tall for a woman.

If they need to go younger, Phoebe Tonkin. Or if the series can support an actress with an accent, Lily Cole would be awesome.

'Xena: Warrior Princess' was
Like, let's go outside the box a little bit instead of grabbing the newest flavor. Like ... How about Laura Mennell (Janey Slater from Watchmen)? She's got the look and she's got the height. Same thing if Leelee Sobieski (who's been in a bunch of low key stuff) feels like working that hard, she'd look great and she's tall for a woman.

If they need to go younger, Phoebe Tonkin. Or if the series can support an actress with an accent, Lily Cole would be awesome.

'Xena: Warrior Princess' was on for 6 years. 'Alias' was on for 5 years. You combine the violence and mythology of the former with the world's most perfect interrogator for spy stuff like the latter, and you can milk that for at least a couple of years.
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8:27AM on 10/08/2013
Focus on her 'mythological'/classical origins - make her smart, powerful and a capable warrior. They need to tone down the cheese and sleaze, and focus on portraying a powerful female icon. They've already fumbled the ball for too long on this issue - develop a Wonder Woman that can be taken seriously within the cinematic universe, even if they focus on a tv show. The character absolutely has be be able to stand beside or go toe to toe with DC's greatest heroes, or there's no point doing it,
Focus on her 'mythological'/classical origins - make her smart, powerful and a capable warrior. They need to tone down the cheese and sleaze, and focus on portraying a powerful female icon. They've already fumbled the ball for too long on this issue - develop a Wonder Woman that can be taken seriously within the cinematic universe, even if they focus on a tv show. The character absolutely has be be able to stand beside or go toe to toe with DC's greatest heroes, or there's no point doing it, but not doing it really shouldn't be an option.
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1:08AM on 10/08/2013

She's a dirty whore but........

Megan Fox has the look, if not her then Katy Perry. But none of this matters DC/WB is 15 steps behind Marvel/Disney. If this Batman/Superman thing doesn't work they are boned. They need to slow down and focus on making a quality product.
Megan Fox has the look, if not her then Katy Perry. But none of this matters DC/WB is 15 steps behind Marvel/Disney. If this Batman/Superman thing doesn't work they are boned. They need to slow down and focus on making a quality product.
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6:10PM on 10/07/2013

Put Bruce Timm and Paul Dini on the case

The 2009 DC/Warner Premiere movie was great and it showed that Wonder Woman could appeal to a wider audience while still satisfying fans. A similar treatment to THOR (WW as a fish out of water) would do well, especially with WW kicking the crap out of sexist types who think women can't be as tough as men. Why not get Kathryn Bigelow to direct?

As for casting, there's no way in hell Jaime Alexander's gonna get WW since she's Sif in the Marvel films. So you may as well forget about that
The 2009 DC/Warner Premiere movie was great and it showed that Wonder Woman could appeal to a wider audience while still satisfying fans. A similar treatment to THOR (WW as a fish out of water) would do well, especially with WW kicking the crap out of sexist types who think women can't be as tough as men. Why not get Kathryn Bigelow to direct?

As for casting, there's no way in hell Jaime Alexander's gonna get WW since she's Sif in the Marvel films. So you may as well forget about that one. Odette Annable would be my choice since she has the height, the look, the acting chops and the athleticism.
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3:12PM on 10/07/2013

LOL.. You know what cricker..

In your argument against JimmyArrow, all you did was solidify and proove his point. Because you are right, its not about who or what gender is the star.. It's the vehicle.. And if THOR is any indication of what can be done with an out of box Super Hero origin, then DC is good. Get the right star (Jamie Alexander), the right story (The WW animated film) and some good production value ($75- $100 milllion) and you got yourself a hit. Everyone I know knows and loves Wonder Woman and would head to
In your argument against JimmyArrow, all you did was solidify and proove his point. Because you are right, its not about who or what gender is the star.. It's the vehicle.. And if THOR is any indication of what can be done with an out of box Super Hero origin, then DC is good. Get the right star (Jamie Alexander), the right story (The WW animated film) and some good production value ($75- $100 milllion) and you got yourself a hit. Everyone I know knows and loves Wonder Woman and would head to the theatre day one to see it. I got two boys and they think she's phenomenal.. And so do I
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3:19PM on 10/07/2013
Jamie Alexander? No, not even close.
Jamie Alexander? No, not even close.
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3:08PM on 10/07/2013

Any logical and sane human being with minimal common sense -

and business savvy to WB CEO: NO SHIT, SHERLOCK.
and business savvy to WB CEO: NO SHIT, SHERLOCK.
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2:09PM on 10/07/2013

he should first work on

the really lame elements of the story (truth lasso, invisible plane) while rectifying trying to change her entire character (now she can fly...which she originally couldn't, hence the plane) while avoiding it not resembling the original in anyway but the name. Then to find a fan base big enough to support it, as his comments here seem to say even though there isnt a big calling for it or anything really even in the pipeline that they want to start milking this property for money right now
the really lame elements of the story (truth lasso, invisible plane) while rectifying trying to change her entire character (now she can fly...which she originally couldn't, hence the plane) while avoiding it not resembling the original in anyway but the name. Then to find a fan base big enough to support it, as his comments here seem to say even though there isnt a big calling for it or anything really even in the pipeline that they want to start milking this property for money right now without anything being thought out...basically its Green lantern
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2:04PM on 10/07/2013
If there's one female superhero to break the cliche of bad female superhero films its Wonderwoman. Forget about TV. Do the film, trust the source material and take riskes.
If there's one female superhero to break the cliche of bad female superhero films its Wonderwoman. Forget about TV. Do the film, trust the source material and take riskes.
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1:31PM on 10/07/2013

Movie....

If they're going to introduce this character, they need to come up with a creative way of doing it WITHOUT a solo movie or make damn sure that they have the script and actors in place to make it a viable option...history hasn't been too kind to single female characters on the big screen (Electra, Catwoman, Supergirl etc...)...but as part of an ensemble, they work well. .
If they're going to introduce this character, they need to come up with a creative way of doing it WITHOUT a solo movie or make damn sure that they have the script and actors in place to make it a viable option...history hasn't been too kind to single female characters on the big screen (Electra, Catwoman, Supergirl etc...)...but as part of an ensemble, they work well. .
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1:14PM on 10/07/2013

Man

Man...TV? I like Wonder Woman, but she's a hard character to crack for live action. I really liked the animated dc film. I want to see Wonder Woman (try and follow Thor?), but I absolutely do not want to watch a Wonder Woman on TV (on a side note, does WB own CW, or does one corporation own them both?). I don't want to watch WW on CW or ABC, or anything but AMC, FX, or HBO, SHOWTIME, etc. And not even really then. I don't think Id really enjoy watching a live action tv show of ANY of my
Man...TV? I like Wonder Woman, but she's a hard character to crack for live action. I really liked the animated dc film. I want to see Wonder Woman (try and follow Thor?), but I absolutely do not want to watch a Wonder Woman on TV (on a side note, does WB own CW, or does one corporation own them both?). I don't want to watch WW on CW or ABC, or anything but AMC, FX, or HBO, SHOWTIME, etc. And not even really then. I don't think Id really enjoy watching a live action tv show of ANY of my favorite superheroes, even on the latter stations. The problem is, ESPECIALLY with a God like WW, the budget won't be enough for any channel. A show like Arrow doesn't need that much of a budget, but man I just can't watch CW. The production is just so bad on their shows. This is further proof that DC/WB have no plan or idea of what they are doing, which I just don't understand. It's been what, at least 5 years since the avengers movies started with the solo films, and they've all been hits. What is taking so long to do the same? But instead, they want to make tv shows? If I was the head guy at marvel studios - surely he has to have some love for some DC characters too. I've never know any comic reader that reads one brand exclusively, they may have a favorite, but they like some characters from other brands - I would make contact with DC/WB and try to help them bc secretly I'd want successful films for their characters that have a plan toward a universe too.
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12:29PM on 10/07/2013
Don't bother with a TV show. If they want to compete with Marvel/Disney, they need to start getting more of their properties on the big screen. Wonder Woman has enough of a fanbase that they would be able to put the financial backing for a movie and turn a profit. Plus they'd take a huge advantage over Marvel by having the first female superhero on the big screen. What they should do is introduce Diana in the Superman/Batman film and launch that into a solo Wonder Woman movie. Produce a
Don't bother with a TV show. If they want to compete with Marvel/Disney, they need to start getting more of their properties on the big screen. Wonder Woman has enough of a fanbase that they would be able to put the financial backing for a movie and turn a profit. Plus they'd take a huge advantage over Marvel by having the first female superhero on the big screen. What they should do is introduce Diana in the Superman/Batman film and launch that into a solo Wonder Woman movie. Produce a Batman and WW film for release in the same year, and follow that up the following year with either a Justice League film or a Trinity film as you stated in the extra tidbit.

What this all comes down to is Warner Bros. needs to start listening to DC and have more faith in the properties they own. There is a wealth of opportunity lying in the pages of DC comics. It's a shame they're in the hands of a group of people afraid to take risks and listen to the fans.

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1:19PM on 10/07/2013
I generally agree, but I don't think DC knows what to do either. I would just copy what Marvel's doing. It shouldn't be that hard.
I generally agree, but I don't think DC knows what to do either. I would just copy what Marvel's doing. It shouldn't be that hard.
2:15PM on 10/07/2013
I kinda agree except for the fanbase thing. Like girls barely at all read comics especially outdated ones who haven't been relative in many years. I have 2 little girls and they both know the look and symbol of superman, batman, xmen...etc they have no idea she exists and not one guy I know cares for teh character, hence teh problem. To make this work they need a decent budget but they don't have a real fan backing or a calling to get the movie made. They will either take a huge risk or play it
I kinda agree except for the fanbase thing. Like girls barely at all read comics especially outdated ones who haven't been relative in many years. I have 2 little girls and they both know the look and symbol of superman, batman, xmen...etc they have no idea she exists and not one guy I know cares for teh character, hence teh problem. To make this work they need a decent budget but they don't have a real fan backing or a calling to get the movie made. They will either take a huge risk or play it small, hope for success and then build off of that in a sequel if its successful.
12:29PM on 10/07/2013
Don't bother with a TV show. If they want to compete with Marvel/Disney, they need to start getting more of their properties on the big screen. Wonder Woman has enough of a fanbase that they would be able to put the financial backing for a movie and turn a profit. Plus they'd take a huge advantage over Marvel by having the first female superhero on the big screen. What they should do is introduce Diana in the Superman/Batman film and launch that into a solo Wonder Woman movie. Produce a
Don't bother with a TV show. If they want to compete with Marvel/Disney, they need to start getting more of their properties on the big screen. Wonder Woman has enough of a fanbase that they would be able to put the financial backing for a movie and turn a profit. Plus they'd take a huge advantage over Marvel by having the first female superhero on the big screen. What they should do is introduce Diana in the Superman/Batman film and launch that into a solo Wonder Woman movie. Produce a Batman and WW film for release in the same year, and follow that up the following year with either a Justice League film or a Trinity film as you stated in the extra tidbit.

What this all comes down to is Warner Bros. needs to start listening to DC and have more faith in the properties they own. There is a wealth of opportunity lying in the pages of DC comics. It's a shame they're in the hands of a group of people afraid to take risks and listen to the fans.

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12:13PM on 10/07/2013

WB: Believe in your properties!

If you want Wonder Woman to succeed, call her Wonder Woman. Call her Diana, and not some other name. Thor did not do Iron Man numbers, but it was successful because it invested in the source material.
If you want Wonder Woman to succeed, call her Wonder Woman. Call her Diana, and not some other name. Thor did not do Iron Man numbers, but it was successful because it invested in the source material.
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11:28AM on 10/07/2013

No body cares enough to see a WW show or movie

Before I'm swarmed by fanboys, hear me out.

There's a reason WW hasn't been made yet and why the CW version failed before it even took off: no one outside of the fanbase cares for her. At all. She isn't an appealing character, and honestly it seems pretty forced that she's still part of "the trinity" which leads me to my next point that wil surely get a lot of hate. Wonder Woman won't work because she's a female superhero. As much as people want to deny it, female led films do not perform
Before I'm swarmed by fanboys, hear me out.

There's a reason WW hasn't been made yet and why the CW version failed before it even took off: no one outside of the fanbase cares for her. At all. She isn't an appealing character, and honestly it seems pretty forced that she's still part of "the trinity" which leads me to my next point that wil surely get a lot of hate. Wonder Woman won't work because she's a female superhero. As much as people want to deny it, female led films do not perform that well. See "Haywire" as an example. Good movie, good cast, flop. Wonder Woman would be a financial flop on all accounts. I would be willing to be money that the reason the WB hasn't made it yet is because they're aware of the fact that only the fanbase will really want to go check out a Wonder Woman film. And while that's great and all for the fanbase, the rest of the general audience will simply pass on it because they just do not care.
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12:50PM on 10/07/2013
Other than fanboys, nobody cared about Iron Man or even knew who he was before they made the first film and I don't see how one movie starring Gina Carano, who had very little notoriety when she made the film, is supposed to prove on its own that action movies starring a woman don't work. How about Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2? And Salt?

The truth is, every female superhero movie have flopped because they were terrible and didn't deserve to be seen. I don't think any men who saw Gravity this
Other than fanboys, nobody cared about Iron Man or even knew who he was before they made the first film and I don't see how one movie starring Gina Carano, who had very little notoriety when she made the film, is supposed to prove on its own that action movies starring a woman don't work. How about Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2? And Salt?

The truth is, every female superhero movie have flopped because they were terrible and didn't deserve to be seen. I don't think any men who saw Gravity this week-end gave a rat's ass that it was starring a woman and I don't see anyone missing a good Wonder Woman movie because of that either.
1:27PM on 10/07/2013
I will definitely agree that no one outside the fans cared about a Thor movie(s). I see how WW is tricky, and I understand the concerns with female super hero films. Some have been bad, but there could be something more to it and that no female super hero will ever succeed. I don't believe that, personally though. I'd love to see a WW movie. It'll be tricky for sure, maybe they don't need to include her in with other DC characters and kinda do a 300 thing. Idk. But as long as the budget isn't
I will definitely agree that no one outside the fans cared about a Thor movie(s). I see how WW is tricky, and I understand the concerns with female super hero films. Some have been bad, but there could be something more to it and that no female super hero will ever succeed. I don't believe that, personally though. I'd love to see a WW movie. It'll be tricky for sure, maybe they don't need to include her in with other DC characters and kinda do a 300 thing. Idk. But as long as the budget isn't crazy, the story is solid (use the animated film version), and the director is inspired, the movie will at least make it's money back
2:17PM on 10/07/2013
I agree with you. I want someone to name a action movie of any kindwith a woman as a lead that was a huge box office success. The 2 Tomb Raider movies did OK as did SALT, but not well enough. Beyond the source material being a problem and her outfit, you have a whole genre that has never worked for the exact type of movie you want to make.
I agree with you. I want someone to name a action movie of any kindwith a woman as a lead that was a huge box office success. The 2 Tomb Raider movies did OK as did SALT, but not well enough. Beyond the source material being a problem and her outfit, you have a whole genre that has never worked for the exact type of movie you want to make.
2:24PM on 10/07/2013
@JimmyArrow see the problem with your 3 examples of movies is that they would have been successful no matter what or who the actress was or if they were even replaced my a male actor. Kill Bill is a bad example as its a Tarantino movie and EVERYONE who likes hil will go see that movie bc he made not bc it starred Uma Thurman, hell it could have been Jennifer Garner and it would have done just as well. Salt was setup to be a Tom Cruise vehicle and only went to her when he dropped oput it would
@JimmyArrow see the problem with your 3 examples of movies is that they would have been successful no matter what or who the actress was or if they were even replaced my a male actor. Kill Bill is a bad example as its a Tarantino movie and EVERYONE who likes hil will go see that movie bc he made not bc it starred Uma Thurman, hell it could have been Jennifer Garner and it would have done just as well. Salt was setup to be a Tom Cruise vehicle and only went to her when he dropped oput it would have have went that far into production without him behind it, minus the fact it didn't spawn the sequel it was supposed to so FAIL if you want just one WW movie. Same with Gravity it was about the experience not the actor, hence why she was like his 5th choice, its like saying Avatar was only so successful bc of Sam Worthington, as opposed to in spite of him
3:12PM on 10/07/2013
LOL.. You know what cricker. In your argument against JimmyArrow, all you did was solidify and proove his point. Because you are right, its not about who or what gender is the star.. It's the vehicle.. And if THOR is any indication of what can be done with an out of box Super Hero origin, then DC is good. Get the right star (Jamie Alexander), the right story (The WW animated film) and some good production value ($75- $100 milllion) and you got yourself a hit. Everyone I know knows and loves
LOL.. You know what cricker. In your argument against JimmyArrow, all you did was solidify and proove his point. Because you are right, its not about who or what gender is the star.. It's the vehicle.. And if THOR is any indication of what can be done with an out of box Super Hero origin, then DC is good. Get the right star (Jamie Alexander), the right story (The WW animated film) and some good production value ($75- $100 milllion) and you got yourself a hit. Everyone I know knows and loves Wonder Woman and would head to the theatre day one to see it. I got two boys and they think she's phenomenal.. And so do I
3:29PM on 10/07/2013
@cricker I didn't say anywhere that the movies success was due only to the lead actress, only that action movies starring women have been successful before. And unless you sincerely think that Henri Cavill and Christian Bale are the main reasons their respective franchise had financial success, you hold actresses to an unfair standard. Bale was surrounded with many supremely talented people when he filmed Batman and whoever plays Wonder Woman deserves the same.
@cricker I didn't say anywhere that the movies success was due only to the lead actress, only that action movies starring women have been successful before. And unless you sincerely think that Henri Cavill and Christian Bale are the main reasons their respective franchise had financial success, you hold actresses to an unfair standard. Bale was surrounded with many supremely talented people when he filmed Batman and whoever plays Wonder Woman deserves the same.
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11:21AM on 10/07/2013
If going via a TV series...introduce a relative newcomer...a young girl...and make it an origin story (at least for season 1). She'll be spirited...and will rebel at home...wanting to explore the outside world that her mother mistrusts so much. She eventually gets her way...which explains why the rest of the world will only now find out about her. Then bring her in to an eventual Justice League movie by which the time the actress playing her may have made a name for herself. As I've said
If going via a TV series...introduce a relative newcomer...a young girl...and make it an origin story (at least for season 1). She'll be spirited...and will rebel at home...wanting to explore the outside world that her mother mistrusts so much. She eventually gets her way...which explains why the rest of the world will only now find out about her. Then bring her in to an eventual Justice League movie by which the time the actress playing her may have made a name for herself. As I've said before...why WB's don't make the Arrow series part of their DC universe world...I don't know. It's been very good thus far...and bringing her in to Arrow could also be a option worth pursuing. I hear people going on about Arrow's realistic take preventing this from happening but with Flash coming in this season...clearly they have an intention to show that he lives in an amazing world. I often hear how Nolan's Batman would not have worked in the proposed DC cinematic universe...only Man of Steel was given a tone that was very reminiscent of the way those movies were.
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11:17AM on 10/07/2013

Do a movie staring:

Gemma Arterton. She's pretty but has a solid looking chin. She's can look honestly tough and not like someone just trying to look tough. She has a sturdy looking frame and if she worked on the biceps a Iittle I think she would be completely believable.
Gemma Arterton. She's pretty but has a solid looking chin. She's can look honestly tough and not like someone just trying to look tough. She has a sturdy looking frame and if she worked on the biceps a Iittle I think she would be completely believable.
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11:24AM on 10/07/2013
She was great in Hansel & Gretel (great movie!) and took a very violent beating in that. I did think about her for Wonder Woman at that point. That said, I've got Jaimie Alexander as my preferred choice right now.
She was great in Hansel & Gretel (great movie!) and took a very violent beating in that. I did think about her for Wonder Woman at that point. That said, I've got Jaimie Alexander as my preferred choice right now.
1:30PM on 10/07/2013
Both good choices, though I think I like Gemma. Didn't think ab it. I also hope there's a H&G sequel
Both good choices, though I think I like Gemma. Didn't think ab it. I also hope there's a H&G sequel
10:27AM on 10/07/2013
I would like to see Wonder Woman have her own big film instead of on television, but I guess at this point just introduce her in other DC hero's films as a side character. They could somewhat build to the character and backstory through different films of her being a supporting character in either a new Batman film or even in a new Green Lantern film.

Or hell, just give it to Marvel. I'm sure they could figure out what to do with her. And be successful with it.
I would like to see Wonder Woman have her own big film instead of on television, but I guess at this point just introduce her in other DC hero's films as a side character. They could somewhat build to the character and backstory through different films of her being a supporting character in either a new Batman film or even in a new Green Lantern film.

Or hell, just give it to Marvel. I'm sure they could figure out what to do with her. And be successful with it.
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10:26AM on 10/07/2013
You know what I'm sick of? I'm sick of all this bullshit saying they need to do this, but don't. I would like to see Wonder Woman in a movie, but instead of continuing to talk about doing it, just do it.
You know what I'm sick of? I'm sick of all this bullshit saying they need to do this, but don't. I would like to see Wonder Woman in a movie, but instead of continuing to talk about doing it, just do it.
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10:13AM on 10/07/2013
Im sure she is on the small screen if you look for videos of her in various porno parodies.
Im sure she is on the small screen if you look for videos of her in various porno parodies.
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10:09AM on 10/07/2013
I want to see Wonder Woman as portrayed in comics. sure all these fan films are ok, nothing special in my opinion, but they all make her seem like some enhanced woman, and not someone who actually has powers, I would like to see a "Super strength, flying, tough" hero. I really dont care to see her running to the threat.
I want to see Wonder Woman as portrayed in comics. sure all these fan films are ok, nothing special in my opinion, but they all make her seem like some enhanced woman, and not someone who actually has powers, I would like to see a "Super strength, flying, tough" hero. I really dont care to see her running to the threat.
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10:06AM on 10/07/2013
Well Mr. Tsujihara, you wouldn't think it would be that hard. I think the Adrianne Palicki pilot really set them back a fair bit. Just imagine: if they'd hung on to Joss Whedon, he could be shepherding the DC cinematic universe instead of the Marvel one. It's the loss of W.B. and DC and of DC loyalists. There's a lot of potential with the character. Sure, compared to Superman and Batman, the public at large is inclined to think she's the silliest member of the Trinity, but there's definitely
Well Mr. Tsujihara, you wouldn't think it would be that hard. I think the Adrianne Palicki pilot really set them back a fair bit. Just imagine: if they'd hung on to Joss Whedon, he could be shepherding the DC cinematic universe instead of the Marvel one. It's the loss of W.B. and DC and of DC loyalists. There's a lot of potential with the character. Sure, compared to Superman and Batman, the public at large is inclined to think she's the silliest member of the Trinity, but there's definitely the opportunity now to create a film or TV series which proves she can proudly stand shoulder to shoulder with the World's Finest. She's a warrior, she's a diplomat, she's a fish out of water, there's a lot to play with.
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10:04AM on 10/07/2013
Well, Mr. CEO, Adrianne Palicki's Wonder Woman didn't do so well, you know. Extra tidbit: yeah, I like your idea - either at the end of the movie or at some point in the movie, just to introduce her.
Well, Mr. CEO, Adrianne Palicki's Wonder Woman didn't do so well, you know. Extra tidbit: yeah, I like your idea - either at the end of the movie or at some point in the movie, just to introduce her.
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