Posts Tagged ‘Wonder Woman casting’

Spoilers: What Actresses Will Be Doing In The Amazon Test Scenes

So we’ve seen casting breakdowns, we’ve heard that “Iris” is indeed “Diana,” but you want some more info on The CW and Warner Bros.’ proposed Wonder Woman project Amazon, right?

We’ve gotten a hold of a casting side that reveals that two test scenes for Diana — labeled here as “Iris” — mostly involves her and a pilot who has a mechanical failure that puts him on her island, named “Pete”… though we know that is really code for “Steve Trevor.”

In the first scene — which may or may not be part of the actual pilot, should it even be filmed… Steve Trevor has landed, and his hands and feet are cuffed by a chair as Diana tries to figure out his intentions. She notices he has a weapon, and accuses him of being a terrorist, or even a diversion or harbinger of an invasion of men.

In another scene, Diana and Steve are at a diner, we assume in Man’s World, and are a lot more friendly. There, Diana has her first taste of ice cream, in a very cute sequence.

If anything, this information should probably confirm that there is a Diana/Steve dynamic at the heart of this project as well as the fish-out-of-water elements we’ve heard of so far. It might also be safe to assume that the studio might be looking for “Steve Trevor” and chemistry with the lead actress while they’re at it. Stay tuned…

Poll: Are You Happy With The Casting Of Adrianne Palicki As Wonder Woman?

Several casting announcements have come in the last few days, but no news from recent weeks has been bigger than the casting of Adrianne Palicki as Diana Prince/Diana Themiscyra/Wonder Woman.

What do you think of the casting? Yea? Nay? Or are you unsure so far?

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Adrianne Palicki Is Wonder Woman!

Seven years ago, she was Supergirl…. sort of. Now, it has been announced that Adrianne Palicki has nabbed the coveted role of Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, in NBC’s Wonder Woman pilot.

Since appearing in the Smallville Season 3 finale as a girl claiming to be Clark’s cousin Kara, Palicki has kept herself busy, appearing in such projects as Friday Night Lights and the very short lived Lone Star.

She also played an evil siren in the Aquaman pilot. At this rate she’ll be racing with Justin Hartley to see who can play the most different DC Universe characters.

A Hollywood Reporter article about the casting also lists Bill D’Elia as an executive producer. He, too, is no stranger to televised super heroes as he directed three episodes of Lois & Clark. Hopefully some rewrites are coming in for the project, which has not had the warmest reception to online leaks so far.

Wonder Woman Pilot Casting Call

DC Women Kicking Ass has uncovered the casting sheet for the Wonder Woman pilot, which is listed to begin shooting March 15 in Los Angeles.

This casting call details who they’re looking for and reveals a bit more about the characters that we will be seeing should Wonder Woman go to series. Enjoy!

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[WONDER WOMAN / DIANA THEMYSCIRA / DIANA PRINCE] Female, late 20s to 30s. A kick-ass Superhero / Powerful C.E.O. / A vulnerable woman. Long flowing black hair, blue eyes. Amazon-like, muscular, an Olympian. The charismatic stage presence of a rock star. A crime fighter. Also, a real woman who yearns to live a normal life. She is accessible and appealing to all people, men and women alike…SERIES LEAD. ASP.

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