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September 29, 2003 - Wonder Woman / Kalogridis confirmed

Scooped on Sunday, July 11, 2010

Screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis is the latest scribe to be asked to turn Wonder Woman into a viable movie franchise. Kalogridis was hired by Warner Bros. to adapt the Birds of Prey comic series into a TV series for The WB, which then aired last year on the network before being cancelled.

Look up the definition of development hell and you'll probably find the Wonder Woman feature film listed there. The project has had a succession of writers come in, write a script, then be replaced by a new writer year after year. The project is still under the wing of Matrix producer Joel Silver at WB.

According to Variety, Kalogridis is going back to the superheroine's roots and will tell the Amazonian princess origin story but set in the modern day.

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