An early, unconfirmed report contends that the network will add David E. Kelley’s reinvention of the DC Comics superheroine to its lineup. The pilot stars Adrianne Palicki, Elizabeth Hurley, Justin Breuning, Cary Elwes and Tracie Thoms.
New pages from the script of NBC’s Wonder Woman pilot reveal a “more formidable” Diana and a flashback to her meeting with Steve Trevor on Paradise Island.
The star of the network’s short-lived Knight Rider reboot will play the Justice Department lawyer, and Diana’s former love interest, in David E. Kelley’s reinvention of the DC Comics superheroine.
I’m calling it right now: NBC’s Wonder Woman is the Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark of television, the show that nerds and non-nerds are paying attention to and judging all news about, purely because they’re convinced that it is going to be a trainwreck. Is there a way to turn it around?
The veteran actor will star opposite Adrianne Palicki in David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman, playing the CEO of Themyscira Industries who oversees the day-to-day operations while Diana fights crime. He also could become a potential love interest for the superheroine.
Tracie Thoms has been cast as personal assistant Etta Candy and Pedro Pascal as police officer Ed Indelicato in David E. Kelley’s TV revival of Wonder Woman. They join Adrianne Palicki and Elizabeth Hurley.
The model and actress has announced she’ll play “the evil villain” — presumably, that’s Veronica Cale — in NBC’s Wonder Woman revival, starring opposite Adrianne Palicki, who was cast last month.
The actress, who famously played Wonder Woman for three seasons from 1975 to 1979, says it’s time for a revival: “I think the story needs to be retold. It needs to have a fresh look at it.”
Friday Night Lights director Jeffrey Reiner is wrapping up a deal to helm the NBC pilot for David E. Kelley’s new Wonder Woman television series.