November 2019
S M T W T F S
« Sep    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930

Search Posts

Advertisement

About Us

We love fashion, culture, music, and everything in between. From politics to the runway, we're unbashful in our views, constructive in our thoughts, and glamorous in our style. Welcome!

  • Email us:
    editor@emcblue.com
  • Follow us on Twitter:
    @emcblue
  • Senior Managing Editor
    Virginia “Ginny” Van de Wall
  • Junior Managing Editors
    Megan Dawson
  • Jessica Passananti
  • Fashion Editor
    Mashal Zaman
  • Culture Editor
    Lindsay Jill Barton
  • Music Editor
    Lakin Starling
June 20, 2011  | by: Roselyn Sebastian

Christina Hendricks

Recently, studios have tried to reboot the Wonder Woman television series with little success. NBC was the last cable network to pass on the newly revamped show.  Generally, studios have passed because the networks would be responsible for paying a hefty licensing fee. So if major networks like NBC or CBS pass, cable networks probably will pass as well.

But director Nicholas Winding Refn has said in a recent interview that he would love to direct a big screen adaptation. And Refn already has Christina Hendricks in mind for the role.

Hendricks actually wanted to play the part of an Amazonian princess for this failed TV pilot. Hendricks said on the Rachel Ray Show that: “I’ve been wanting to wear that outfit my whole life! I’d love to. That would be such fun! Let’s put it out there.”

But it’s a good thing she didn’t because Wonder Woman is too big of a character for the small screen. She deserves a chance to have a summer blockbuster or a huge flop like her Justice League colleagues Superman and Batman.

Thor can get a major motion picture but Wonder Woman can’t? What kind of sexism is that?

Social Share Toolbar
Tags: , , , , ,
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.