Singer Catherine McPhee addressed rumors that she was getting fit for a tiara, over at Entertainment Weekly. "It's funny because no one has even received this so-called 'Wonder Woman' script," she said. "It's like there's so much buzz created around a script that isn't even in the hands of any actresses yet. And that's all I'll really say. Yes, there have been, you know, like, conversations about it, but as far as the role being mine, or me being the lead up for it, I don't really know. I don't know what goes on behind the scenes in terms of producers and directors getting together to talk about a potential film. As far as I'm concerned, I don't even know if 'Wonder Woman' is going to happen for sure. I mean, I don't know who's financing it. So it's very flattering. And I think it's interesting how I've somehow wound up in the media again. My manager makes fun of me; he says, 'You're just like my little press hound, aren't you?' ... I think it would be a huge mistake for me to attempt to tackle a role like that for my debut. I really want to make smart choices, and I don't think that would be a smart choice. A lot of times, regardless of whether you're a blockbuster actress, those kinds of movies fail. So it wouldn't be very smart for the girl off a reality television show to take a film like that for her first motion picture. I keep those things in mind. I'm really business-savvy."
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According to Sci Fi Wire, actor Greg Grunberg had to do some shaping up for his role on the NBC series. "[Creator and executive producer Tim Kring] keeps telling me to eat more doughnuts and don't lose so much weight," Grunberg said. "[But] I want to get into great shape. I mean, for health reasons I think it's great, but I've always wanted to just get into much better shape, and I'm going to take this opportunity to do that with this character."
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