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December 14, 2004 - Wonder Woman /

Scooped on Sunday, July 11, 2010

According to a scoop report published by Ain't It Cool News, Firefly/Serenity creator Joss Whedon is supposedly in final negotiations with Warner Bros. to write and direct a Wonder Woman feature film -- if 20th Century Fox doesn't sign him to direct X-Men 3, that is. While AICN cautions their readers that the scoop could prove to be a hoax, the scooper states that "this could break in the trades any day."

Is Fox now after The Joss to direct the third X-Men film? Does Warner Bros. want the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer to bring their Amazonian princess to the silver screen? Stay tuned for more as we know about it!

In semi-related news, there's at least one actress that's currently making it known that she wants to don the golden bracelets in a Wonder Woman film. While promoting her latest work in The Phantom of the Opera, actress Minnie Driver told Sci Fi Wire that she would love to play the DC Comics heroine. After all, it's been a childhood dream of Driver's since she watched Lynda Carter in the Wonder Woman TV series. "Come on, she's heaven, and she was so sexy," Driver told the site. "Even though I didn't have blue eyes, at a stretch I thought I could possibly grow up to be her, whereas I could never have grown up to be Lindsay Wagner [who played the Bionic Woman]. Do you know what I mean?"

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