Are you still craving to see the Wonder Woman pilot and expecting some miracles after NBC dumped my favorite DC superhero? After huge visible changes over David E. Kelly Wonder Woman pilot, including the fall back on original costume and few alterations to its script, it seems NBC still passed on the pilot. However, there is a 6 second teaser and you can see after the jump.
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While we’ve read several updates about DC Comics reboot plans since last week, it seems like we are still getting more pieces of the puzzle. This time around DC Comics has published images to all
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Screenwriters Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz, who previously worked on both “X-Men: First Class” and “Thor,” have expressed their desire to pen a Fantastic Four reboot and a “Kick-Ass” Wonder Woman at the recent MCM Expo London Comic Con. In June 2010 the word on the street about a Fantastic Four reboot, working title “Fantastic Four Reborn,” was the last mention of this faltering franchise, until now.
In the Comic Con panel, the duo confirmed that they are interested in a Fantastic Four reboot, “We would absolutely love to reboot the Fantastic Four. There is a franchise that’s crying out for it. The Fantastic Four are adventurers, not superheroes, and we have not seen that so far.” They mused, “It should be Star Wars meets superheroes.”
Wonder Woman might not be on NBC this fall, but the Amazon Princess has found a way to appear in “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”. Wonder Woman will be appearing in the episode titled “Scorn of the Star Sapphire”.
In this short one-minute clip from TV Guide, we can see how Wonder Woman debuts in this animated series and rescuing Batman and Steve Trevor. The short clip shows her trademark invisible jet and the iconic theme song from Lynda Carter’s 1970s Wonder Woman.
After so much negative buzz (not all bad), Wonder Woman must swallow the bitter pill of rejection; NBC has officially passed on the Wonder Woman remake by David E. Kelley. In short, you will not see Wonder Woman the TV series, on NBC.
The rumor out of NBC is that David E. Kelley has revised the “Wonder Woman” script in order to ramp-up the action. Those who reviewed the leaked script and audition tapes earlier this year have compared Wonder Woman to Ally McBeal, Kelley’s previous feminism killer.
In an early draft, there are scenes of Diana crying, having a sleepover, moping over ice cream, and hunching in a childish way. This makes Wonder Woman laughable if not bizarre as a cowardly character. It seems David E. Kelley heard the fans balking at his new Diana and decided to rewrite the script finally.
“I’ve talked to David E. Kelley, who’s a brilliant writer, a number of times and we’re hoping to plan something. But I cannot reveal…,” Lynda Carter disclosed in an interview with Monsters and Critics. “David E. Kelley is full of surprises, so you never know what’s going to happen. He’s a brilliant guy.”
It seems that many fans have been wound up over the “shiny” costume revealed from the Wonder Woman leaked photos last time. Well, if you are one of those who dreamed of the classic short-shorts worn by Lynda Carter in the mid-’70s, then be happy!
According to NBC President Robert Greenblatt, the third change has been made: the skintight pants have been replaced by the original shorts while the boots went from blue to a more powerful womanly red.
During this July and August, DC Comics has a plan to pay tribute to the past with “Retroactive,” a new line of comics. The original creative teams of editors, writers, and artists will create a series of one-shots that will focus on classic DC heroes with new story material accompanied by pages of reprints.
In July, DC Comics will release titles related to the 1970s, such as Superman written by Martin Pasko, Wonder Woman written by Dennis O’Neil, The Flash and Justice League of America written by Cary Bates, Green Lantern written by Dennis O’Neil, and Batman written by Len Wein.
DC Animations is working on their next film project, an adaption of the most famous DC Comics story of all time: “The Dark Knight Returns” by Frank Miller.
We all known that the DC Animation folks are always putting out high quality films. They have produced many great animated features for DC, such as: “All Star Superman”, “Batman: Under the Red Hood”, “Justice League: New Frontiers” and “Wonder Woman”.