Mania.com has an interview with screenwriter Michael Jelenic, who discussed the upcoming animated feature. Â “We had to hit certain elements that are part of Wonder Woman’s myth,” Jelenic said, “and my job was to answer what sort of ramifications her origins would have on her character during her journey to becoming a hero. It’s basically trying to boil down essential Wonder Woman elements into one story. We looked at the stuff that the fans had to see — the iconic things about Wonder Woman — and then tried to put a twist on them. We’ve seen the lasso and the invisible jet before, so what’s another way we could use them? I wanted to incorporate all these iconic Wonder Woman moments into the larger overall story.”
Starring Keri Russell and Nathan Filion, release date March 3, 2009.
X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
Entertaintent Weekly has a new production still from the Hugh Jackman-fueled spin off.
Directed by Gavin Hood, release date May 1, 2009.
Entertainment Weekly also has a new promotional photo of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the Comedian. Â
Directed by Zack Snyder, release date … well, that’s still up in the air now, isn’t it?
THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
You’ll find a slew of screen captures and video clips at Mania.com
Next episode, “Day of the Dark Knight,” tonight at 8PM.
THE NEW YEAR
CBR News takes a look at what’s due in theaters in 2009.
THE STUDIO HAS SOME NOTES …
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