Put your fanboy hearts at ease; this lady got skillz. And you’ve probably already seen her work on Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, or Game of Thrones.
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One of cinema’s most underrepresented minorities, women superheroes make up a big part of the superhero community. However, women superheroes are still a rarity on the big screen.
It may have been terrible, but the stills are easy on the ol’ eye-lassos.
Yesterday, NBC picked up a bunch of girlie shows for girlie girls. Today it’s all about odd dramas, or “oddmas” as I call them.
There will be three Wonder Woman outfits. One for every person that watches the show.
Surprisingly, she looks like a dork in that thing.
Does Palicki pull off the tightly-fitted ensemble, or should she add a bag of candy to mask its lameness? Fight!
The outfit is better than this, but still not as good as Adrianne Palicki naked.
A little dash of Cary Elwes couldn’t make ‘Wonder Woman’ worse, could it?
Elizabeth Hurley thinks Wonder Woman needs to be held down by force.
From football siren to inviso-jet flyin’, Palicki (‘Friday Night Lights’) has been tapped (yeah, she has – *high fives*) to star in NBC’s “Wonder Woman” pilot.
This show will take Wonder Woman completely seriously, with her lie detector lasso and invisible plane you can see the pilot inside.
TV vet McG is the frontrunner to helm the the pilot episode of the David E. Kelley-produced reboot.
There’s a lot of lame elements to Wonder Woman, and if anyone knows about lame superhero shows, it’s NBC.