Wonder Woman fans need to sit tight! Talks regarding a possible tentpole project are circling again for the Amazonian woman to come to the big screen. Grant Morrison (via The Hollywood Reporter) stated that Warner Bros. executives decided that Wonder Woman wouldn’t work on screen, however according to a recent report by Superheromoviesnews.com, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tusjihara is very keen to look at options.
Tusjihara hinted at the possibility saying:
“We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”
Things are definitely heating up over the last couple of weeks. Natalie Portman recently shared big news during an interview with Scifinow saying:
“There are definitely many strong women, but it will be exciting when there is a central female character which I think is coming – I have heard is coming,”
Is this the news connecting the dots to a possible Wonder Woman big screen adaption? Back in August, Alexandra Daddario expressed her interests to portray the Amazon warrior. It might be a coincidence that Daddario was so outspoken about her love for the “strong, female action hero” . Will Daddario be the next Wonder Woman? This is what she had to say in an interview with Collider.com:
“Whether I’m in a Wonder Woman movie or not, I would love to be. I would love to see Wonder Woman get made. I would love to see this strong, female action hero,”
Unfortunately nothing is confirmed and we will be teased and tortured until a decision is made. In the meantime we can keep ourselves busy with “Thor: The Dark World” due to be released on November 8.