Last edited by skyy38; 07-22-2012 at 04:54 PM.
Back in the day, SHE would have been close to perfect!
At the very least, she's a potent example of what Wonder Woman should look like.
Not to get off the subject, but I honestly think that the maestro should take a swing at the soundtrack.
John Williams has not done a "comic book" movie in so long, complete with the thematic unity and leitmotifs that made him a composing Legend.
WONDER WOMAN is just bursting at the seams with possible thematic inspirations and it would be a darn shame if any composer,other than Williams, got the job. And in a "perfect world" if Williams somehow needed a new sense of inspiration, I might be able to provide it for him....
J-lo, nuff said.
'If you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, its not because they enjoy solitude. It's because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them'
I do feel that American culture's insistence that animated movies and shows are for kids is a huge hindrance to how creative our movies and tv shows can be. Wonder Woman's direct to dvd animated movie was good but a feature length animated film could be glorious in the hands of the right animation studio.
(I know the thread is about casting, but I don't know a better place to post it)
Wonder Woman loves you too.