Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston in December 1941; she, Superman and Batman have been continuously published by DC Comics since 1944. Not since the popularity of the 1970’s TV series starring the beautiful (and in my opinion, the only true Wonder Woman) Lynda Carter has there been such buzz about the character.
The release for the DC Universe "Wonder Woman" animated film is set for March 3,2009, and the pre-screenings have been overwhelmingly positive. Some say that the movie has set a new level for future superhero animated movies to aspire to attain.
Armed with her lasso of truth, her bulletproof bracelets and invisible plane, Wonder Woman is back in all her star-studded satin glory to fight evil. Beyonce Knowles is the latest in a never-ending list of celebrities and actresses who have already expressed interest in playing the title character for the inevitable "Wonder Woman" live-action movie.
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