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Acknowledging mistakes in his rejected 2011 pilot, prolific producer David E. Kelley insists Wonder Woman can still work on television, saying The CW is "smart to try it" with the planned origin story "Amazon."
NBC has unveiled the first clip of "Smallville" alum Erica Durance as Wonder Woman in David E. Kelley's dramedy, "Harry's Law." SPINOFF has video of Durance in the WW outfit from the rejected pilot.
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.
"Smallville's" Lois Lane, Erica Durance, will appear in an episode of NBC and David E. Kelley's "Harry's Law" as a psychologically unstable woman who retreats into the persona of Wonder Woman.
With the "Wonder Woman" and "Locke & Key" pilots not getting the greenlight and a lack of new genre shows we know of, SPINOFF asks; is this the year network TV stopped caring about genre fans?
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.
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.
Now that Liz Hurley has joined the cast of NBC's TV version of "Wonder Woman," SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan has the oddest feeling that he's seen this carcrash before, seven years ago.
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.
Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman for three seasons from 1975 to 1979, believes it’s time for a revival for the Amazonian princess and feels David E. Kelley will do the character justice.
In another setback for the franchise, Warner Bros. Television has postponed plans for a "Wonder Woman" reboot after David E. Kelley’s pilot script failed to land a deal with a network. SPINOFF has details.
While the acclaimed writer/producer has plans to tackle Wonder Woman's live action TV series, David E. Kelley has said he is not "necessarily committed" to the project. SPINOFF has details.