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3 years 6 months ago #116558 by Ashlee
Yeah Its bad ,DC seems to have a war on muscle women!!!

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 5 months ago #116588 by Holiday

IHCOYC wrote: To be entirely honest, since Man of Steel itself was such a bleak, solemn, and sorry excuse for a Superman picture, I don't see Warner/DC really being able to make an entertaining Wonder Woman.

The buzz apparently is that the title is Batman versus Superman, which doesn't suggest they will be lightening the mood lately. The DC superhero universe is currently a bleak and ugly train wreck, and Wonder Woman's world in it has been destroyed and she's been left as a hanger-on of the Olympian gods.

If Wonder Woman's movie debut is anything like MoS, I am not interested. DC has pretty much kicked Wonder Woman to the curb in the comic books, and I've generally lost interest in their product as a result.


I must confess I purposely skipped Man of Steel at the theatres. From the first trailer I knew it wasn't what I loved about Superman. Bad enough it was another retelling of his origin, but they had to have Zack Snyderr and David Goyer handling it?

Day of the Doctor, now that was a wonderful anniversary event for a classic hero. No mid-life crisis for the Doctor, but the Man of Steel is clearly on Viagra
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3 years 5 months ago #116884 by luvemhuge5699



looks like shes been working out. has A LONG way to go, but, shes at least trying and has till june before they start shooting.

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3 years 5 months ago #116885 by luvemhuge5699
heres a link to 1 of the MANY articles on this picture screenrant.com/gal-gadot-wonder-woman-workout-photos/

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3 years 5 months ago #116937 by AlexG
I still think Gemma Arterton would have made for a far better choice as WW.

But then, that's just me. ;)

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3 years 5 months ago #116942 by Snotling

AlexG wrote: I still think Gemma Arterton would have made for a far better choice as WW.

But then, that's just me. ;)


Slightly on the shorter side of the spectrum at 5'7" but very much better than Gal Gadot that's for sure... here is MY List:

Adrianne Palicki: She’s the perfect 30 y/o for the role, she’s only needs a few protein shakes and the right bra to fill the costume. She’s never had a real big role but she has shown potential and she has a variety of experience.

Jenna Elfman: If they want to go the “Affleck Way” and cast a more mature WW, She definitely can act. Bulk her up a little and dye her hair, I think she could pull it off.

Leelee Sobieski: Somewhat the same reasons as Adrianne Palicki, except she needs a bit more time in the Gym and a dye job.

Deborah Ann Woll: she has the attitude, the talent… The BODY! Just give her the right personal trainer, a dye job and a bit of spray tan.

Tricia Helfer: Like Jenna Elfman age wise, except with a more rugged appearance and less comedic side depending on what the director likes best.

Laura Prepon: She can act, she has a stronger frame so she should turn into quite the amazon if she’s given the right diet and training. Agewise, she’s in between... If you want an actress that looks and acts mature enough but who will last for that 6 movies deal, there she is.

Natasha Henstridge: The real questions is “Would I pick her over Tricia Helfer?” She’d make a kick ass WW no doubt about it.

Mandy Moore: It’s the looks, introduce her to the trainer Jessica Biel had for “Blade: Trinity” and she’s a total amazon admirer’s wet dream. Her acting on the other hand…

Liv Tyler: Also for the looks, she has enough movie acting experience that’s for sure but I can’t shake off the feeling that there is something wrong with her that I can’t describe.
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3 years 4 months ago #117022 by rugbyguy
Kelly Overton - 5'7"

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3 years 4 months ago #117085 by rugbyguy
Yule Brenner? Seriously? _ sorry about that.

Here're a few that shopukld stick around. Kelly Overton is 5'7, she can act, and she's done matial arts movies (Tekken)

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3 years 4 months ago - 3 years 4 months ago #117187 by AlexG

Snotling wrote:

AlexG wrote: I still think Gemma Arterton would have made for a far better choice as WW.

But then, that's just me. ;)


Slightly on the shorter side of the spectrum at 5'7" but very much better than Gal Gadot that's for sure...


As a serious consideration, I don't think the real world height of the actress playing the character is that much of issue w/ a movie - or w/ the audience for that matter. Afterall, they had Halle Berry @ 5'-5" portraying the six-foot Storm in the X-Men movies w/o much of any criticism about that factor.

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3 years 4 months ago #117189 by Snotling

AlexG wrote:

Snotling wrote:

AlexG wrote: I still think Gemma Arterton would have made for a far better choice as WW.

But then, that's just me. ;)


Slightly on the shorter side of the spectrum at 5'7" but very much better than Gal Gadot that's for sure...


As a serious consideration, I don't think the real world height of the actress playing the character is that much of issue w/ a movie - or w/ the audience for that matter. Afterall, they had Halle Berry @ 5'-5" portraying the six-foot Storm in the X-Men movies w/o much of any criticism about that factor.


It depends on the role, Storm is not a physically dominant character. Diana on the other hand is and I know they can use camera tricks to make her look Superman at eye level but for action scenes, she won't be standing on a wooden box and they can't have a different set of stunt men around her than those who are surrounding Batman.

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3 years 4 months ago #117192 by the_collector_2
Have you guys not seen Lord of the Rings?

Trust, even for the action scenes they will make Diana appear tall. They'll either use a stunt double or bring the camera tight or won't have her on screen at the same time as the other dudes.

It's not that difficult to make someone look tall, at all.

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2 years 11 months ago #118620 by luvemhuge5699
FIRST PICTURE OF GAL GADOT AS WONDER WOMAN from comic con.

www.theverge.com/2014/7/26/5939933/batma...er-woman-first-image

wonderwoman by boobee5699 , on Flickr

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