My only thought is that they might give her red boots or make the actress wear closed shoes. Like in the New frontier
And for "Batman could never go back to the light grey/dark grey combo"? I imagine it just fine and it looks incredible. In fact I can imagine every issue of the New 52 Justice League in live action in my mind, frame for frame, and believe me people. It looks incredible.
From Josh MC's bog.
First a live-action of his much discussed costume design:
I think it looks fantastic. Although the tiara and breast-plate look a little over-sized.
Secondly, an updated "sequel" costume design:
I think it's a great update and would work well for a sequel as a modernised version of the above design. But, I'm not sure about the "mesh" material as it looks a little like a Lorna Jane workout outfit. If Wonder Woman did move towards "modern" materials, then I'd prefer to see the metal breast-plate replaced with something slightly more modern looking - like whatever Superman's new "S" is made out of. And perhaps the belt/girdle could be updated a little as well.
I do so enjoy Josh's work on these designs (hi Josh - if you're out there). :)
Thanks, Haephestus, for posting the the updated sequel look - I hadn't seen that one; I like it.
"... Act, that each tomorrow find us farther than today."
But the black and grey in live action that I am talking about will just remind people of this.
And unlike Superman and Wonder Woman's classic costume that didn't even work for live action back in the day.
In the Year 2525
If they get the right actress who can pull it off -Yes.
What if a child dreamed of becoming something other than what society had intended? What if a child aspired to something greater?
I dig the idea of WW's costume evolving over the course of several movies--from ancient Greek battledress to something more superhero modern. Maybe over time they actually can please everyone. Who would've thunk it?