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Wonder Woman (2011)

It's the modern day, and being Wonder Woman is complicated. Diana is leading a triple life - running a large corporation out of costume and fighting crime in costume in one identity.

Director:

Jeffrey Reiner

Writers:

David E. Kelley (teleplay), William Moulton Marston (characters)
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Credited cast:
Pedro Pascal ... Ed Indelicato
Adrianne Palicki ... Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
Justin Bruening ... Steve Trevor
Cary Elwes ... Henry Johns
Elizabeth Hurley ... Veronica Cale
Edward Herrmann ... Senator Warren
Tracie Thoms ... Etta Candy
Joseph Gatt ... John O'Quinn
Willam Belli ... Fake Marilyn Monroe
Briana Venskus ... Reporter
B.J. Britt ... Willis Parks
Alex Solowitz ... Frick
Mel Fair ... Reporter #6
Candace Kita ... Reporter #3
Phil McGraw ... Self
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It's the modern day, and being Wonder Woman is complicated. Diana is leading a triple life - running a large corporation out of costume and fighting crime in costume in one identity.

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Trivia

Diana originally would have had a best friend named Myndi Mayer, the press secretary at Themyscira Industries. Her character was eventually merged with Etta Candy, Diana's personal assistant. See more »

Connections

Spoofed in The Parodies 7 (2017) See more »

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Not a bad pilot, should have got picked up
19 September 2011 | by A_Real_Hip_DudeSee all my reviews

The Wonder Woman pilot that is floating around on the internet is an unfinished work designed to function as a display for potential companies to sign it and assign to their network. Some of the digital effects are not finished and this apparently makes some people say that the show is low quality. Therefore if you are going to watch this you should be aware that it is in an UNfinished form and will likely not be finished anytime soon. Expect to see ropes occasionally, the jet is not always properly layered against the sky, and occasionally colors are not digitally balanced accurately.

I really enjoyed this pilot. From what I had been hearing I was expecting dreadful, but by comparison to what is on TV today on most channels I'm really disappointed that it won't be on in the fall.

The dialogue runs dry in a couple moments, and some of WW's facial expressions seem to be a bit forced, but these are common in pilots. It's almost like a dress rehearsal where you put it all together and attempt to get comfortable with it as you figure out what needs to be improved.

I think the main fault found in this show was that WW's "story" had been changed a bit from the comics. Who she is and how she lives her public life and private life are altered, but not out of character for who Wonder Woman is. She is still an active and aware female doing good in a mans world. She is fierce and well natured all in one. Granted, the actress needed time to grow in to the role, but I felt that she was a good choice and could have smoothed out her portrayal had they been given a season to air.

The main problem that any comic-based superhero TV show or movie faces is that the comic readers develop a sense of ownership over the characters that they feel they deserve due to years of faithfully throwing away money on their books, so when a show or movie is made they view it through a lens of religious zealotry and assemble in screaming protest at any slight variation from their favorite stories.

Thus was the case with Wonder Woman. It was not a bad pilot, but of course had it's rough spots and could use some tuning. The cries of die-hard comic nerds, ranting in unison on the internet and scaring producers is getting to be something like squatters-rights on creativity. With Wonder Woman, and others, it would be nice if we could say "Oh, this studio is going to do something based on this comic-book, lets see how it goes". Had Wonder Woman been given a full season I think we could have had something fun.

Keep in mind that pilots are usually a lot rougher. Seinfeld was almost painfully dry. The Dukes of Hazzard was an almost completely different show (A couple of my favorites) and by comparison I think that Wonder Woman should have gotten a shot.


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USA

Language:

English

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