Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman Wonder Woman is a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941) and has been published by DC Comics almost continuously except for a brief hiatus in 1986. Wonder Woman is a warrior Princess of the Amazons (based on the Amazons of Greek mythology) and was created as a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to a world torn by the hatred of men." In addition to the comics, the character has appeared in other media; most notably, the 1975–1979 Wonder Woman TV series starring Lynda Carter, as well as animated series such as the Super Friends and Justice League. Although a number of attempts have been made to adapt the character to live-action film, none have yet emerged from development hell. An animated film was released in 2009, with Keri Russell voicing the title role. In 2011, Adrianne Palicki starred in a failed pilot for a would-be series about the character.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released a new clip from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis yesterday, as well as a few images from the film, which we've included below, but you can also win a ticket to the screening in Los Angeles next month!
Arash Amel says Warner Bros. didn't just hire Jason Fuchs (Pan) to write their Wonder Woman movie but they've hired five other writers to pen separate scripts. Is this a tactic that will help produce the best Wonder Woman movie possible or are WB making a mistake?
After a polarising debut issue, Meredith and David Finch continue their take on Princess Diana, with Superman arriving on Themyscira as the Amazons face a great threat. Check out a preview of Wonder Woman #37 after the jump.
The Babadook director Jennifer Kent has now revealed that she was never approached by Warner Bros. for Wonder Woman, but that the studio did fly her to America to court her for a number of other high profile projects. Could one of them be an upcoming DC Comics movie?
It was recently revealed that Michelle MacLaren had been hired to helm Wonder Woman for Warner Bros., and the studio have now found a writer for their first female-led superhero movie. He's no stranger to fantasy movies, and you can find more details after the jump!
The Breaking Bad director was already said to be a frontrunner, but now recent reports reveal that Michelle MacLaren has signed on to "develop and direct" the Gal Gadot-starring Wonder Woman film.
This Wednesday, the new creative team of Meredith and David Finch take over on Wonder Woman. After the jump you can check out a lettered preview of their debut issue, which features Diana coming to blows with Swamp Thing. There's also some variant covers and pencils.
So, we know that Michelle MacLaren is the frontrunner for the job, but the names of two more candidates who have met with the studio have now been revealed. However, it sounds like they may have possible met with Warner Bros. for something other than Wonder Woman...
We've been hearing that Warner Bros. are keen on hiring a female director for 2017's Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot, but it has now been revealed that Emmy winner Michelle MacLaren (Breaking Bad) is indeed the frontrunner. That's not the full story though, so read on for details...
With Warner Bros. apparently on the hunt for a female director for Wonder Woman, Lexi Alexander has been named as an ideal candidate by fans. However, she talks more here about why she would never be interested and the potential damage it could do to whoever does...
Lexi Alexander, who was the director behind Punisher: War Zone and Green Street Hooligans, told Forbes she heard Warner Bros. has offered Wonder Woman to another female director. Who do you think it could be?
Following yesterday's news that Warner Bros. are apparently planning a trilogy of Wonder Woman movies set in different periods, another now claims that contrary to recent reports, the studio haven't actually approached any female directors. Hit the jump for further details!
Gal Gadot's solo Wonder Woman outing may be set for release three years from now, but supposed details have already hit the net, suggesting the movie is headed in quite an unexpected direction.
It was revealed yesterday that Warner Bros. are hoping to land a female director for their Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot, and now a possible shortlist has emerged which includes names like Kathryn Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty), Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight) and more!
Sources from the Hollywood Reporter seem to indicate that Warner Bros is looking for a female director to helm the Wonder Woman movie.
5 Directors I would Love to see Direct Wonder Woman
Lynda Carter has previously given her opinion on Gal Gadot as our first big screen Wonder Woman, but now that it's been confirmed that a solo outing for Princess Diana is on the cards, what does she hope to see from that? Find out after the jump.
Saying that if it were up to her she would green light a Marvel movie starring a female superhero today, executive producer and executive VP of visual effects & post-production Victoria Alonso also reveals how the studio feels after Warner Bros.' recent DC Comics movie slate announcement!
As we found out earlier, the lovely Gal Gadot will be reprising the role of Wonder Woman for her solo movie outing in 2017, but before that the Fast & Furious is said to be in early talks for the role of Esther in Paramount's remake of the sword 'n sandals epic.
From Batman V Superman, all the way to their last untitled film, hit the jump to check out a break down of all twelve of DC Entertainment's newly announced films in one info-graphic!
DC overload! In addition to who will be playing The Flash on the big-screen, Warner Bros. has revealed when to expect two Justice League movies, as well as Aquaman and Green Lantern among many others
Yesterday, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice producer Charles Roven seemed to let slip a few details pertaining to the origins of the first big-screen incarnation of Wonder Woman. Are WB/DC positioning her to be their version of the MCU's Thor?
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's Wonder Woman run has been an epic tale which has taken the iconic character in an exciting and different direction. In "Flesh", Diana must gather her family for an assault on Olympus, and we're offering one reader the chance to get their hands on the hardcover!
Lynda Carter played Wonder Woman during the 1970s and her name is still synonymous with the Amazonian Princess. Of course, Fast & Furious star Gal Gadot will star as the character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Carter shares her thoughts here about the recent costume reveal...
In an interview with USA Today UFC fighter Ronda Rousey accuses female Superheroes of being the weakest links when compared to their male counterparts.