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Mensajepor Kanon » 01 Oct 2010, 20:50

Warner Bros produce serie de TV sobre Wonder Woman, a la Smallville, de la mano del creador de Ally McBeal

Wonder Woman Returning To TV As Series Written And Produced By David E. Kelley

This has to be the highest-profile effort to bring Wonder Woman to television: One of TV's best-known creators, The Practice's David E. Kelley, has come on board to write and produce a new series project about the female superhero. The project, from Warner Bros. Television where Kelley is based, and Warner Bros.' DC Entertainment, will be taken out to the networks shortly. Kelley, who has created several female-centered shows, most notably Ally McBeal, had been interested in tackling a contemporary take on the World War II-era Amazon. He recently met with the DC team who also have been looking for ways to launch a new Wonder Woman TV franchise. Details on the reboot are being kept under wraps, and it is not clear if the new Wonder Woman aka Diana Prince will keep her signature powers and weapons, including her Lasso of Truth, her indestructible bracelets, her tiara and her invisible airplane. In the comic books, the Wonder Woman character has evolved significantly since she first appeared in a 1941 issue of All Star Comics and recently underwent a controversial makeover.

Warner Bros. TV has brought DC characters to the small screen before, most recently with the CW's Superman-themed Smallville, which is in its 10th and final season, and Fox's Human Target, which returned for a second season. But Wonder Woman has presented a challenge both for feature and TV creators. That's probably because she is the most famous female superhero in the testosterone-dominated comic world. And because she also is a big feminist icon. (Reps for Warner Bros. TV and Kelley declined to comment for this story.)

The most successful screen adaptation of the Wonder Woman comic books was the TV series The New Adventures of Wonder Woman starring Lynda Carter in the title role, which aired from 1975-1979, first on ABC and then on CBS. Carter has since become synonymous with the character. That will certainly present a challenge in casting the role if the project goes to pilot. A notable recent effort to launch a new Wonder Woman series came a decade ago with Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman creator Deborah Joy LeVine as the writer.

On the feature side, a Wonder Woman film has been in development hell for a decade at Warner Bros., with Joss Whedon at one point attached to write and direct for producer Joel Silver. In May, Warner chairman and CEO Barry Meyer confirmed that a new Wonder Woman feature is in development. There has been a concerted effort on part of Time Warner lately to better mine the DC properties across different platforms. The film division is expected to announce a slate of DC movies by the end of the year that would probably include Wonder Woman.
http://www.deadline.com/2010/10/wonder-woman-returning-to-tv-as-series-written-and-produced-by-david-e-kelley/

Puede ser el empujoncito para destrabar el proyecto de pelicula :piensa:
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Mensajepor Poyo » 01 Oct 2010, 22:05

O para hundirla mas en el barro :piensa:


Primero no entendia lo del Ville :risa:

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Mensajepor Devil_May_Cry » 01 Oct 2010, 22:09

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Mensajepor Kanon » 09 Ene 2011, 02:19

TV 'Wonder Woman' Not Going At This Time

The TV reboot of Wonder Woman is being postponed. David E. Kelley's high-profile take on the female superhero has been shelved after not landing a deal at a broadcast network because of what sources called unfortunate timing. The project hails from DC sibling Warner Bros. TV where Kelley is based with an overall deal. The Practice creator Kelley had been looking to do a contemporary take on the World War II-era Amazon, and at the end of September, he met with the DC team, who also had been looking for ways to launch a new Wonder Woman TV franchise. Soon after the meeting, Kelley started working on a pilot script, which, like his other recent projects, was written on spec. The script was reportedly taken out to the broadcast networks on Wednesday night. Fox and ABC passed, while WBTV's sister network the CW could not afford it. While the project was never considered a fit for Fox and was taken to the network mostly out of courtesy, the ABC pass was more politically motivated. With its empowered female lead, Wonder Woman seems well suited for the network, but word is a potential DC-Marvel clash got in the way. ABC parent Disney acquired Marvel last year for $4 billion, and ABC and Marvel have been busy developing Marvel properties, including a Hulk series with Guillermo del Toro and David Eick and an adaptation of a Marvel female superhero, Jessica Jones, with Twilight writer Melissa Rosenberg. This left CBS and NBC in play. I hear the CBS executive team was split, while the fluid situation at NBC where new programming chief Bob Greenblatt is yet to take the reins, made it impossible to get the type of license fee that the studio was seeking in order to do the show Kelley had envisioned. So a decision was made not to go with the show at this time. The script may be taken out again in the future.


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Mensajepor Poyo » 09 Ene 2011, 02:28

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Mensajepor Kanon » 22 Ene 2011, 08:49

'Wonder Woman' project finds a home at NBC

The ol’ girl will fly this fall after all: NBC has picked up the Wonder Woman pilot from David E. Kelley. Ironically, NBC was the final network to pass on bringing back the superhero over a week ago, but that was before the new regime was officially in place in light of the impending Comcast takeover. Robert Greenblatt is now spearheading primetime as chairman. (On Thursday, head of programming Angela Bromstad announced she was leaving).

The pilot’s cost may not be a concern to Greenblatt, the wunderkind who revitalized Showtime with critical faves like Dexter and Weeds. One factor that seemed to have sunk the Wonder Woman project the first time around was the price of rebooting the series, with the studio requiring a rich license fee to bring the iconic character back to life. But then, NBC has been down this road before: It rebooted Bionic Woman. Kelley’s take incorporated the superhero’s signature lasso, cuffs, and plane in the script, and insiders said it was a serious, non-campy take on the DC Comics character. For years, various writers and producers (including Joss Whedon) have tried to bring back Wonder Woman, but the character has proved difficult to resurrect.

Kelley is already executive producing Harry’s Law for NBC, the new drama starring Kathy Bates.

In other business Friday, NBC also ordered a drama pilot from Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City), dubbed Mann’s World. It chronicles a celebrity hair stylist in Los Angeles.
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Mensajepor Kanon » 25 Ene 2011, 22:27

El fin...

Exclusive: Will Wonder Woman Lasso McG?

Charlie Angels helmer McG is being called upon to help revive another female superhero franchise.

Sources confirm to me exclusively that McG has emerged as the odds-on favorite to direct the pilot for NBC’s much-hyped Wonder Woman remake.

The news comes four days after the Peacock gave the David E. Kelley-produced reboot an 11th hour green light.

On the surface, McG is an obvious choice to shepherd Wonder Woman. In addition to his ties to the Charlie’s Angels movies and ABC’s in-the-works remake, the multi-hyphenate has deep roots in the TV biz. He currently serves as an executive producer on Nikita, Human Target, Supernatural and Chuck. (He also directed the Chuck pilot back in 2007.) It also helps that McG’s production company is based at Warner Bros.

http://www.tvline.com/2011/01/exclusive-will-wonder-woman-lasso-mcg/
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Mensajepor Poyo » 26 Ene 2011, 00:48

Ese desgraciau no deberia volver a dirigir en su vida...

Otro tema, un pequeño articulo sobre ciertos puntos que deberian tener en cuenta para la serie...

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After decades off the air, Wonder Woman is reportedly heading back to television in the 21st century. But comics’ most heroic female must avoid tired cliches and lame story arcs if she’s going to blaze serious trails for TV programming — and for other heroic females.

According to Deadline Hollywood, the Wonder Woman pilot nabbed by NBC would be a “reinvention of the iconic DC comic in which Wonder Woman — aka Diana Prince — is a vigilante crime fighter in L.A. but also a successful corporate executive and a modern woman trying to balance all of the elements of her extraordinary life.”

Written by law- and medical-drama machine David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Boston Legal), the pilot pickup was reportedly ordered by new NBC Entertainment president Bob Greenblatt, who helped shepherd female-led shows like The L Word and Nurse Jackie into being at Showtime.

Greenblatt’s record might be encouraging, but Kelley’s assertion that his Wonder Woman would be “a real complex woman and not just a superhero” is not.

Wonder Woman is pop culture’s ultimate woman warrior. She shouldn’t be treated as anything less. Here are 10 ways Princess Diana of Paradise Island (or Themyscira, depending on your preferred retconning) can outrun television convention. Wrap yourself in a Lasso of Truth before making your own suggestions in the comments section below.


10 Mandates for a Kick-Ass Wonder Woman TV Show

10. Make her a serious badass. Wonder Woman is a “feminine character with all the strength of Superman plus all the allure of a good and beautiful woman,” said the character’s creator, William Moulton Marston. In other words, she’s not Ally McBeal or even Lynda Carter, who complained of being labeled a sex object when she starred in the popular ’70s Wonder Woman TV series. Neither predecessor is going to cut it when crafting a next-gen Amazon goddess.

9. Make her eternal. Above all else, Wonder Woman is an immortal, not a puny human. Giving her a day job as a corporate executive who moonlights as a vigilante, as Kelley proposes, could be part of the picture. But if it’s the whole picture, we’re looking at a comics fiasco on the level of the late-60s Wonder Woman, who was stripped of her powers and turned into a mod with a boutique shop.

8. Create serious supervillains from the fringes of science and time. Actress Lynda Carter fought street punks and military enemies in the ’70s version of Wonder Woman. But the 21st century’s Wonder Woman needs a more ambitious, challenging workout. She shouldn’t be fighting flaccid wannabes who are doing time as god fodder.

7. Don’t pick a short, scrawny actress. Whoever plays Wonder Woman must be built like a warrior, but still hot enough to ensnare drooling fanboys, who can’t abide a female superhero who isn’t a sex object. Think Xena plus Alias, and you’re partly there. As Gina Torres, who starred in Firefly and Alias, infamously explained, “There are no skinny bitches in superhero land.” (Torres would be great for the role, by the way.)

6. Don’t skimp on the action. Whoever plays Wonder Woman should possess serious martial arts skills or be able to learn them. Wonder Woman is a pit fighter as well as a divine power, so the actress playing her should be able to sell the onscreen brawls. Check director Lauren Montgomery’s kick-ass action in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths and the animated Wonder Woman film for further instruction.

5. Give Gail Simone a shot at the script. Simone has penned amazing issues of DC Comics’ Wonder Woman series, as well as Birds of Prey and the riotously villainous Secret Six, which is horny and hyperviolent at the same time. Plus, she’s a tough-minded feminist who can write as capably for the LGBT demographic as she can for the drooling fanboys. She even had the nerve to crack wise about Aquaman’s shrimpy penis in the surreal kids toon Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Simone would bring brains and cred, which the show could really use.

4. Don’t make Wonder Woman asexual. The polyamorous Marston imagined his character to be a superhero as well as a sexual creature. The early Wonder Woman comics are riddled with subversive bondage shout-outs, and fanboy (and fangirl) fantasies about Wonder Woman often revolve around sex and pleasure. So Kelley’s show should go there — with Superman or Batman, preferably. Intelligence officer Steve Trevor might have been a catch last century, but he should be Wonder Woman’s bitch in this one.

3. Don’t make Diana a tool of the state. Or the boardroom, for that matter. Kelley’s show is positioning its protagonist as a successful corporate executive, but what corporation, selling what product, would be key, because Diana is a princess of peace for all humankind. This isn’t Mad Men: Wonder Woman shouldn’t be a corporate parrot fighting for increased share valuation. She should be fighting the good fight, for everyone.

2. Update the costume. Having Wonder Woman rock the stars and stripes while fighting Nazis made sense when Marston created the character during World War II for readers still shell-shocked by Pearl Harbor. But Earth is an internetworked global village now, and Wonder Woman is an ambassador to its people from the gods themselves. If Kelley’s going to have her working for The Man, Wonder Woman had better be wearing multinational duds. It’s really no big deal: Wonder Woman has changed costumes many times (as recently as last year). Rebooting her admittedly iconic costume for prime time would guarantee at least one season of controversy and ratings.

1. Ditch Wonder Woman’s invisible plane. Sorry, dude. Wonder Woman is a goddess. She can at least fly, and should be able to teleport or whatever immortals do to get from one place, or time, to another. The sky’s the limit when it comes to godlike transportation. The show doesn’t need an anachronism in the air.

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Mensajepor Kanon » 26 Ene 2011, 00:53

A mi me preocupa que no la hagan amazona...
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Mensajepor Devil_May_Cry » 26 Ene 2011, 12:03

Me parece que te estas poniendo muy exigente poio :risamalvada:
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