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Marvel Television has cast Adrianne Palicki as Bobbi Morse, better known as Mockingbird, for the second season of "Agents of SHIELD."
Though "devastated" when NBC passed on the pilot, Adrianne Palicki calls her time as Wonder Woman "maybe one of the coolest things ever."
After delaying the film's release by nine months, Paramount winds up the promotional push for "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" with a new trailer that plays up Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum and Adrianne Palicki.
The "Smallville" alum suits up as the Amazonian Princess in an episode of David E. Kelley's "Harry's Law," wearing the same costume Adrianne Palicki wore in the doomed "WW" pilot.
The network has rejected David E. Kelley's "Wonder Woman" revival, which reimagined the DC Comics superheroine as a CEO who fights crime while trying to balance the extraordinary elements of her life. SPINOFF has details.
It turns out NBC didn’t change Wonder Woman’s costume in response to widespread criticism. Instead, star Adrianne Palicki will don three different looks in David E. Kelley’s pilot, including one with shorts.
The in production "Wonder Woman" TV pilot sees stills of its leading lady in action hit the web, and fans will notice some different tweaks to Adrianne Palicki's "Wonder Woman" including red boots. UPDATED with new pics.
Justin Bruening, who starred in NBC's short-lived "Knight Rider" reboot, has been cast as Diana's ex-boyfriend in David E. Kelley's "Wonder Woman" revival. SPINOFF has details.
As his TV version of DC Comics most iconic heroine gets ready for a turn at primetime, the producer behind hits like "Ally McBeal" and "Boston Legal" opens up on why he never thought he'd write "Wonder Woman."
Augie has thoughts on some of the C2E2 news from last weekend, a theory on why lighting should play a role in judging Wonder Woman's costume, some adventures in comics marketing and more digital comics mayhem.
NBC has released the first photo of "Wonder Woman" star Adrianne Palicki in her full superhero garb, revealing a different yet immediately recognizable approach to the classic character.
Actor Cary Elwes will reportedly 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. SPINOFF has details.