Wonder Woman News

Marvel Female Superhero Series Coming to ABC from ‘Wonder Woman’ Scribe The future is female.

Saïd Taghmaoui unsure of Bond villain role after Danny Boyle's exit Not much has been said about the state of BOND 25 ever since director Danny Boyle exited the production, citing "creative differences" as the reason for his abrupt departure. However, during a recent interview with The National, a private English-language daily newspaper published in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, WONDER WOMAN actor Saïd Taghmaoui has stated that his participation... Read More...

Saïd Taghmaoui unsure of Bond villain role after Danny Boyle's exit Not much has been said about the state of BOND 25 ever since director Danny Boyle exited the production, citing "creative differences" as the reason for his abrupt departure. However, during a recent interview with The National, a private English-language daily newspaper published in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, WONDER WOMAN actor Saïd Taghmaoui has stated that his participation... Read More...

Gary Oldman will reteam with Darkest Hour director Joe Wright in the upcoming drama The Woman in the Window. Oldman will star opposite Amy Adams, who has already been cast in the Fox 2000 adaptation based on A.J. Finn‘s Rear Window-inspired novel. The Hitchcockian drama based on Finn’s novel of the same name has added Gary Oldman to the cast, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Patty Jenkins Explained Why The ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel Takes Place In The 1980s Warner Brothers Wonder Woman 1984 is less than a month into production, so director Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine (being dead has never stopped anyone in a superhero movie before) weren’t able to present a trailer during the film’s San Diego Comic-Con panel. But they did explain why the film takes place when it does. The original Wonder Woman was set during World War I, so it would naturally follow that the sequel, WW 2, would move forward to World War II, or WW II (I see no flaw in this logic). But nope, it’s the mid-1980s.

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