Wonder Woman

1977, TV Show

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Keck's Exclusives: New Wonder Woman to Have Three Identities — and Three Love Interests!

NBC's new Wonder Woman pilot from David E. Kelley will put a new spin on the role Lynda Carter embodied from 1975-79 — three identities, each with her own love interest.

In addition to Wonder Woman's mousy alias, Diana Prince, she will have a third, more powerful persona named Diana Themyscira, the confidant C.E.O. of Themyscira Industries...  Read Full Article

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 9/11/1979

Season 3, Episode 24
Wonder Woman's strength, ability and quick action saves hundreds of people from a disastrous accident at an amusement park. Part two of a two-part episode.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 9/4/1979

Season 3, Episode 23
The leader of a spy ring must deal with a phantom-like man and Wonder Woman before he can locate his headquarters in an old amusement park. Part one of a two-part episode.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 8/28/1979

Season 3, Episode 22
Wonder Woman meets the invulnerable man and they join forces to fight crime.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/29/1979

Season 3, Episode 21
With a boy knowing that she is really Wonder Woman, Diana Prince continues her battle against a mysterious alien invasion.

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Keck's Exclusives: New Wonder Woman to Have Three Identities — and Three Love Interests!

NBC's new Wonder Woman pilot from David E. Kelley will put a new spin on the role Lynda Carter embodied from 1975-79 — three identities, each with her own love interest.

In addition to Wonder Woman's mousy alias, Diana Prince, she will have a third, more powerful persona named Diana Themyscira, the confidant C.E.O. of Themyscira Industries... read more

Wonder Woman Takes Flight at NBC

Looks like Wonder Woman will again fly to the small screen after all: NBC has picked up David E. Kelley's pilot about the DC Comics superheroine, Deadline reports.

The order comes two weeks after networks, including NBC, initially passed on the project. According to Deadline, the Peacock was interested in Wonder Woman two weeks ago, but was forced to turn it down as NBC Universal's merger with Comcast was still in flux. The $13.8 billion deal was approved Tuesday, allowing new Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt to move forward with the pickup.

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Lynda Carter: I Want Sandra Bullock to Play Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter is pumped about all the talk surrounding a big-screen remake of her 1970s superhero series, and her pick to play the lead is none other than Sandra Bullock.

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"I think it is the quality Sandra Bullock has in all her characters that needs to be in Wonder Woman," says Carter. "You identify with pieces of them all. You can't play Wonder Woman ... you have to be a knowable woman."

For more from Carter, including why she would consider a cameo in the remake and the latest on her new jazz album, At Last, watch the video after the jump. read more

The Joy of Sets: What Superhero Do You Heart The Most?

OK, first off, to all of you who chimed in last week. I just assumed we all accepted Dynasty’s Alexis Carrington as the #1 bitch of all time. That sort of stuff should just be understood from here on out. It’s like, who is the #1 villain? JR Ewing. No-brainer. But this week, I offer you a real challenge. With the sort-of-unexpected monster hit-dom of “Iron Man” in the theatres and this week’s DVD release of the TV movies The Incredible Hulk Returns/The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, I thought it would be fun to get all you fanboys and girls to weigh in on your favorite TV superheroes. I’m gonna throw some of my top picks out there (all available on DVD, natch), then I want ya’ll to give me yours, aiight? Smallville — Young Superman. The DVD sets that literally kept me from going insane during my doctor-ordered bedrest from two herniated discs. Seven seasons of Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum and a bunch of DC Comics cameos. Season Six is the bes... read more

Biel May Lasso Wonder Woman Gig, More Film News

You know I'm all about Ms. Charisma, but I could kinda see this: Jessica Biel is in talks to make Wonder Woman's cups runneth over in the Justice League of America film, says Variety. The studio has no comment on the buzz, instead saying it will announce its Batman, Aquaman et al all at once, at a later date.... Jennifer Aniston is a floral designer who befriends Aaron Eckhart's hypocritical self-help guru in the drama Traveling.... Kevin James will write, produce and star as a Mall Cop thrust into comedic action when a band of thieves take over his turf.... Rachel McAdams, Helen Mirren and Robin Wright Penn have come on board State of Play, an adaptation of the U.K. miniseries. read more

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Premiered: September 16, 1977, on CBS
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Premise: A colorful spin on Charles Moulton's comic about the Amazon goddess battling evil during World War II and later, in more recent times, against new enemies. The change came after the series jumped from ABC to CBS, with the heroine joining a covert military agency. Wonder Woman began as two TV-movies (the first in 1974 with Cathy Lee Crosby) and several specials before finding a regular prime-time home in late 1976. Debra Winger appeared occasionally as Drusilla, Wonder Woman's kid sister.

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