Wonder Woman is due for yet another spin, following the Gal Gadot-led film sequel’s solid performance both at the traditional (yet not) box office and with its simultaneous release on HBO Max. Warner Bros. Pictures announced on Sunday that it has fast-tracked development on a follow-up to Wonder Woman 1984, which will be written by franchise vet Patty Jenkins (left), who is again attached to direct.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — TV’s “Wonder Woman” has a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. Actress Lynda Carter received the honor Tuesday. The 65-year-old said the television series gave birth to her career as a superhero and feminist icon. The show ran from 1975 to 1979. Patty Jenkins, who directed the 2017 “Wonder Woman” movie, […]
Lynda Carter, who played the feminist superhero on TV, reveals the sexual harassment she endured, including on the Wonder Woman set.