Posted 6/17/11Would Keri Russell, Voice Of Cartoon 'Wonder Woman,' Be Up For The Live-Action Version?
Posted 11/19/08 12:03 pm ET at Jennifer Vineyard in DC Comics, News
Keri Russell namely a colossal Wonder Woman flare -- so much so namely she secondhand to wear up as the Amazonian princess for Halloween. But even whereas she's providing the voice of Wonder Woman in the upcoming "Wonder Woman" animated DVD movie, she's not so sure she'd want to attempt her hand by act Diana in a live-action "Wonder Woman" movie.
"It's so shifty to do [a superhero anecdote] as live movement," Russell told us while we caught up with her at the afterparty for her one-night perusing of "All About Eve" on Broadway. "And we haven't seen a girl [carry] 1 yet."
That might be why producer Joel Silver has been scampering through advisers and writers on "Wonder Woman," from Joss Whedon apt the Wachowski Brothers apt the now-rumored McG, searching because equitable the right take. (“It’s been in a constant state of evolution; we’ve just no been proficient to find the right access to do it anyhow," Silver told SuperHeroHype.)
But since there's yet a queue of actresses ready to crack the lasso and fly the hidden jet -- maximum recently Beyonce -- Russell isn't sure she'd be the maximum qualified, even with her voice go as Wonder Woman on her resume.
"My merely real experience with that is working with J.J. [Abrams],Babylon 5 Seasons 1-5 DVD Box Set, when we did 'Mission Impossible,'" she said, "and that was actually amusement,Brothers and Sisters Seasons 1-4 DVD Box Set, I must mention. But I don't know. I would do someone for it, merely I'm not necessarily fighting to obtain the part."
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Posted 7/19/11Swag Report: G.I. Joe, 'The Middleman,' Vikings And More!
Posted 7/10/09 3:01 pm ET by Rick Marshall in Swag Report
Last week's relatively small haul appears to have been the lull before the storm, as this week featured enough dolls, comics and different swag to make my nine-year-old self weep out of sheer joy. Here's a quick crop of this week's batch (press on the image for the full photo):
And now, a malfunction of the highlights from this week's appearances...
Clockwise from left:
- Vertigo sent over copies of "Madame Xanadu: Disenchanted" and "Northlanders: Book Two," which was a pleasing surprise. I'd been averaging to check out "Madame Xanadu" for a when now,CSI New York Season 7 DVD Boxset, as I own a cluster of the "Spectre" comics she was a normal trait in years antecedent. As for "Northlanders," Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly's viking anecdote wasn't actually on my radar until I was sent a copy of issue #17, a standalone story that was like a procedural evaluation of viking brawls. I've been hooked at present.
- As Movies Blog editor Adam Rosenberg reported earlier this week, we received a big ol' carton of merchandise narrated to the upcoming "G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra" video. Being the vulture namely I am, I swooped in apt grasp the 12" Storm Shadow figure and the smaller Snake-Eyes "Paris Pursuit" movement figure. Storm Shadow has a clasp that, while you move it, makes him say entities favor "be scared" and "fear namely a excellent motivator" -- and I'm beautiful sure someone in my immediate proximity ambition remove the batteries among the hour. But until then...
- I voyaged the regional Mezco Toyz warehouse earlier this week as chapter of a anecdote you'll watch above Splash Page soon, and the troop there gave me one of the action figures based on their insectoid mascot, Gomez. It's really a great, muscular tiny figure, and comes with a martini cup,Xena Warrior Princess Season 4 DVD Box Set, boombox, ray-gun and katana. Guess which accessories bomb is holding!
- Image Comics sent over a copy of "Back to Brooklyn," which looks to be a bloody story by Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis. (And really, does either inventor ever write everything that isn't bloody?)
- I got my duplicate of "Wednesday Comics" #1. Did you? I absolutely love the course these funnies see, although I'm compliant to wager that the $4 price label could hint a big drop-off between the 1st and second issue. There's some absolutely mind-blowing art in this issue, though -- so it's worth checking out.
- Shout Factory sent over "The Middleman: The Complete Series" DVD set, which I believe kicks shelves in the next few weeks I loved the Viper Comics series by "Lost" author Javier Grillo-Marxuach,Sex And The City Complete Seasons 1-7 DVD Box Set, and enjoyed the few episodes of this live-action alteration that I caught on TV. They're reading the script for the final, never-filmed incident of the series during Comic-Con, which ought be a agreeable period and prompt everybody why this sequence was so much fun.
That's it because this week! See you Monday!
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