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A 1974 TV Movie Reveals What Makes Wonder Woman Great – by Getting Her Completely Wrong For nearly 42 years, Lynda Carter was the only recognizable live-action Wonder Woman. Her image has endured as TV reboots have died in development and film adaptations have struggled to hold down screenwriters and stars. She’s about to get some long overdue company from Gal Gadot, as the first ever Wonder Woman feature film debuts this weekend. But Carter was never actually alone.

Justice League Promo Art Shows Superman & Team In Action Some brand new promo art for Justice League has been released, and it includes Henry Cavill’s Superman once again. After getting off to a bit of a rocky start in 2016 as well – following the divisive reactions to both Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad – it looks like the DCEU may finally be experiencing the turnaround that many fans had been hoping for.

Can Wonder Woman Save the Sinking Summer Box Office? After a lackluster Memorial Day holiday weekend, Wonder Woman looks to get the summer box office back on track with a huge debut.

Got Six And A Half Minutes To Kill? Here’s The Deadpool Blooper Reel You’ve Been Looking For Here at Bleeding Cool, we like to think of what we do as more than just producing an endless stream of clickbait articles, Twitter recaps, and egregious and easily-avoidable typos. We mean, sure, what we do is that, but it’s also something else. Something bigger. We provide an essential service to our readers. Sometimes, a very specialized service. For instance, we know that on this slow Memorial Day news weekend, many of our regular are sitting around lamenting the lack of substantial stories in the 24 hour news cycle.

Wonder Woman Cinematographer Calls Patty Jenkins ‘Great Collaborator’ Wonder Woman director of photography Matthew Jensen is all praise for the film’s director Patty Jenkins. Jensen is not really new with working for superhero/comic book movies, he did Fox Marvel Universe’s 2015 iteration of Fantastic Four.

RUMOR: Damián Szifron Is Being Eyed For ‘Justice League Dark’ Justice League Dark is a movie that has been in development hell for what feels like half a lifetime. After losing Guillermo del Toro they found a second director in the form of Doug Liman. However, he recently had to leave the project due to scheduling conflicts. Wanrner Bros has been actively searching for a replacement and we’ve already heard rumors about IT director Andres Muschietti was on the list to replace Liman. On Meet the Movie Press host Jeff Sneider added another name; Damián Szifron.

Got Six And A Half Minutes To Kill? Here’s The Deadpool Blooper Reel You’ve Been Looking For Here at Bleeding Cool, we like to think of what we do as more than just producing an endless stream of clickbait articles, Twitter recaps, and egregious and easily-avoidable typos. We mean, sure, what we do is that, but it’s also something else. Something bigger. We provide an essential service to our readers. Sometimes, a very specialized service. For instance, we know that on this slow Memorial Day news weekend, many of our regular are sitting around lamenting the lack of substantial stories in the 24 hour news cycle.

Possible ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Storylines From the Comics (Photos) Wonder Woman Sequel ‘Wonder Woman’ opens in theaters on June 2nd, the following comics are some of most critically acclaimed storylines which could fuel a sequel. 1. Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia  The “Justice League” version of Marvel’s “Civil War” sees Wonder Woman and Batman at odds with each other. 2. Wonder Woman Spirit of Truth With stunning art by legendary artist Alex Ross, Diana goes up against terrorist bad guys in the middle east. 3.

Recently, Alamo Drafthouse advertised a women-only screening of DC Films’ and Warner Bros.’ latest DC Extended Universe film, Wonder Woman.The invitation read as follows:"Apologies, gentlemen, but we’re embracing our girl power and saying 'No Guys Allowed' for one special night at the Alamo Ritz. And when we say 'People Who Identify As Women Only,' we mean it.

Peter Jackson Shares Concept Art From His Upcoming Fantasy Epic 'Mortal Engines' It’s been a quiet few years for New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson. After the director completed his (perhaps ill-advised) trilogy of movies based on the original The Hobbit novel, Jackson has mostly kept his focus on long-developing projects, including the sequel to 2011’s The Adventures of Tintin and his rumored adaptation of Philip Reeve’s beloved Predator Cities series. And earlier this week, Jackson shared a first look at some of the concept art from the latter film. Continue reading…

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