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February 2, 2007 - Wonder Woman / spec screenplay purchased

Scooped on Sunday, July 11, 2010

Warner Bros. has purchased a spec Wonder Woman screenplay by the writing team of Matthew Jennison and Brent Strickland. The studio claims that they purchased the script, which has its action taking place during World War II, to prevent the possibility of similarities between the non-commissioned screenplay and the currently gestating Wonder Woman storyline.

Legally, Warner Bros. should be 100% in the clear unless someone involved with the WW film read the Jennison/Strickland screenplay. That could open Silver Pictures or WB up to future legal action if there are similarities between the spec screenplay and the Wonder Woman movie.

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