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Those attending the upcoming San Diego Comic Con will be treated with Warner Bros and DC Comics' announcement on their 2016-2018 slate.
When talking about Warner Bros. plans for DC properties, Kevin Tusjihara says, 'We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.'
The live-action adaptation of 'Wonder Woman' has been reported to be in the early stages as Warner Bros. and Silver Pictures are eager to get started on the movie.
While McG is linked to the director role, Beyonce Knowles sets eyes to be the first African-American superheroine in 'Wonder Woman'.
Writer-director Joss Whedon has decided to step off Warner Bros. Pictures' "Wonder Woman."
Warner Bros. Pictures is reported to be in the process of purchasing a spec script for "Wonder Woman" apart from that written by Joss Whedon.
The forthcoming "Wonder Woman" film will be an origins tale in the style of "Batman Begins," according to director Joss Whedon