Wonder Woman is coming back to the screen. However, it’ll be the smaller one instead of a movie theater.
Oh, you don’t think this is serious? It gets better: the project has lassoed David E. Kelley — the mega-showrunner behind Alley McBeal, Boston Legal and The Practice — to possibly write and direct.
So perhaps a neurotic Diana Prince will argue some cases in a Boston courtroom before she puts on her satin tights, fighting for her rights.
This likely means that decade of attempts to launch a big-screen movie are finished. Too bad, given how actresses attached to the project ran the gamut from Angelina Jolie to Beyonce Knowles and Megan Fox and Jessica Biel, and the studio couldn’t get a Joss Whedon-headed film off the ground.
Who will step into the red go-go boots now? Lynda Carter still could do it today, I bet.