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See TVGuide.com users' picks to play the new Wonder Woman

Shaun Harrison
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Will Wonder Woman finally make it back to the small screen? With David E. Kelley's take on the Amazon superhero in development at NBC, we asked our users who they would like to see slip into Wonder Woman's tights. Click ahead to see who they picked.
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Katy Perry

For Her: She's pretty much got the look nailed. Oh, and her boobs shoot fireworks! Against Her: Um, she's a pretty terrible actor. (Did you see How I Met Your Mother?)
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Erica Durance

For Her: After six seasons of holding her own on a superhero show, Durance knows a thing or two about embodying a comic book character. Against Her: Her Smallville role may keep audiences from looking at her as anything but Lois Lane.
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Minka Kelly

For Her: Now that she's been cast as one of leads in the Charlie's Angels pilot, she going to have those roundhouse kicks down pat. Against Her: Working on Charlie's Angels pretty much rules her out completely.
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Charisma Carpenter

For Her: Having the Buffy franchise on her resume doesn't hurt. Against Her: At 40, she may be too old to whip out the lasso of truth.
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Sophia Bush

For Her: Wonder Woman's nothing if not sexy. Sophia's got the dark hair, curves and sultry voice. Against Her: We're not convinced One Tree Hill is ever going to end.
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Mila Kunis

For Her: We'd love to see her back on TV. Plus, her recent stint in Black Swan showed a new intensity she would need to play a superhero. Against Her: She's a bit too tiny to pull off the whole Amazonian thing.
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Carla Gugino

For Her: The buxom beauty has the looks and the acting versatility to jump from drama to action to comedy. Against Her: She already did the superhero thing in Watchmen.
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Bridget Regan

For Her: She perfected her stunt skills on Legend of the Seeker, where she also established a cult following. Against Her: If you never watched Seeker, you might be saying, "Who?"
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Megan Fox

For Her: For years, fans hoped that casting directors would lasso in Angelina Jolie for the long-gestating film adaptation of Wonder Woman. And for years, Megan Fox has been touted as a mini-Jolie. Against Her: Fox isn't a beloved public figure and has had trouble opening films (see Jennifer's Body, Jonah Hex), so would she be able to carry a show?
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Stacy Keibler

For Her: At nearly 5’11”, the former WWE star has the height and kick-ass capabilities to play a superhero. Plus, we hear she’s already auditioned for the role. Against Her: With only bit parts on shows like How I Met Your Mother and Chuck, can she really lead a series?
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Katie Cassidy

For Her: She's got the tough-girl act down thanks to catty stints on Melrose Place and Gossip Girl. Against Her: We have yet to see if she has the physical prowess. She could be all bark and no bite.
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Nadia Bjorlin

For Her: This Days of Our Lives actress starred in Redline, a movie about drag racing. Whose to say she wouldn't look great flying around in Wonder Woman's plane? Against Her: Is melodrama a super power?
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Olivia Wilde

For Her: She's got those piercing blue eyes that would intimidate even the toughest opponent. Plus: She's already proven herself as a female badass as Quorra in Tron: Legacy. Against Her: She seems to be mostly focusing on the big screen these days. (Note Thirteen's extended leave from House this season.)
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Jennifer Connelly

For Her: Look at this picture. That is all. Against Her: She'd have been the ideal choice about five years ago.
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Sarah Shahi

For Her: She makes crime-solving look good (see also: Life) and she holds a brown belt in karate in real life. Against Her: It might be hard to make Shahi "mousy" enough to portray Wonder Woman's alter-ego, Diana Prince.