Adrianne Palicki Wonder Woman
March 21, 2011 by Post Team
Over the weekend, Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger called it quits, while Lindsay Lohan may have seen the writing on the wall in her case a crime.
Catch up on these stories, with the release of the first picture of Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman in the NBC remake of the show
The first image of Adrianne Palicki that Wonder Woman was released by NBC, and redesigned the suit does not disappoint.
Updates include new suit pants tight latex blue and silver bangles (instead of gold ones), but most are significantly blue boots instead of the traditional red. The new set also seems to coincide with the recent update of the costume and comics, as seen in art artist Don Kramer for Wonder Woman # 607, which was released in February.
Friday Night Lights star has been announced as the star of the television creator David E. Kelley overhaul of the late 70′s hit show last month. Palicki also plays Wonder Woman’s alter-ego, Princess Diana of Themyscira aka Diana Prince, an Amazon princess who, in the original series, save a fighter pilot and bring him home to America after he ‘s crush on her home of Paradise Island. His powers include great strength and agility – the source of which comes from a gold belt, and can deflect bullets with her bracelets. She is also a Golden Lasso of Truth, which, when used on an enemy forces them to tell the truth.
Join Palicki in the pilot are Elizabeth Hurley, who plays the villainous boss of a pharmaceutical company to develop drugs to make them stronger people, and Cary Elwes, who plays the CEO of the Prince Society.
Although there is no official word on the background story of Wonder Woman in the new series – which is still not a sure thing that NBC has ordered a pilot for the show, which is described as “reinvention of the iconic DC comics in which Wonder Woman – Aka Diana Prince – is a vigilante crime fighter in Los Angeles, but also a successful business leader and a modern woman trying to balance all the elements of her extraordinary life. ”
“I had fun writing it, and we are still optimistic that we’ll do it,” Kelley told writers at the TCA (Television Critics Association) winter press tour in January.
“This is a huge project, and it was probably a bit too much to ask anyone to try to chew on it for next season. But I am confident that it will happen again. It is a very complicated, is the funniest thing about it. ”
Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston created by first appearance in December 1941 in the eighth issue of All Star Comics.
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