You’ll never guess who wrote the screenplay for Patty Jenkins‘ 2017 Wonder Woman film. Usually we report screenwriter news when a project is in development, not while it’s in post-production. But a new press release from Warner Bros reveals some surprising new names as the credited screenwriters for the DC Comics adaptation: Zack Snyder, Geoff Johns and Allan Heinberg. Hit the jump to learn more about the Wonder Woman screenwriters and to read a new plot synopsis for the Wonder Woman movie.
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As things pick up for Wonder Woman in one realm, they’re shutting down elsewhere. While Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel sequel will introduce the first big screen incarnation of Wonder Woman, played by Gal Gadot, the character won’t get new life on the small screen after all. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
Wonder Woman has had an absurdly difficult time making it to the screen, but as long as she remains a pop culture icon there will always be someone, somewhere, trying to make it happen. Right now, that someone is The CW.
Last year, the network began developing Amazon, a Smallville-style origin story around the DC heroine. While the first script, by Allan Heinberg, didn’t pass muster with network brass, The CW is now taking another shot with Heroes writer Aron Eli Coleite. Hopefully this will be the guy who succeeds where so, so many others have failed. Hit the jump for more details.
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Posted on Friday, November 30th, 2012 by Angie Han
For whatever reason, Hollywood’s had a hell of a time trying to bring Wonder Woman to life. Over the past decade or so, we’ve seen her DC colleagues Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, and Green Arrow get live-action movie franchises and/or TV series built around them. Meanwhile, Joss Whedon, Joel Silver, and David E. Kelley have each taken a crack at the iconic superheroine, to little avail.
But a property as iconic and popular as Wonder Woman isn’t going to be left alone for long, and earlier this fall Warner Bros. TV set up a new project at The CW called Amazon. Allan Heinberg (Marvel Comics’ Young Avengers) was tapped to write the drama, envisioned as a teen origin story a la Smallville. Now the potential TV series is taking another step forward as casting gets underway for the lead role. More details after the jump.
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Joss Whedon took a crack on the big screen. So did producer Joel Silver. David E. Kelley tried on the small screen. And even though Wonder Woman has been rejected more often than not, she’s getting another shot. Over a year after the latest attempt to adapt the DC Comics superheroine for TV (on NBC with Adrianne Palicki as the star) Vulture has learned that Warner Bros., DC and The CW have hired Allan Heinberg (Grey’s Anatomy, The O.C.) to write a script for a new TV show.
Currently titled Amazon, the show would be in the mold of Smallville and focus on the character in her early years, long before she put on power bracelets, crown and red, white and blue tights. No pilot has been ordered so this is in the earliest stages of development but with a new Wonder Woman movie also in the works at Warners, the character certainly has proven resilient. Read more after the jump. Read More »