Summer Roberts as Wonder Woman.

BEFORE THEY WERE THE BLUTHS
Jessica Walter battled Wonder Woman. Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman were the stars of Fox Family’s “State of Grace.” Tony Hale was a doctor on “Dawson’s Creek.”
Check out the “Arrested Development” cast’s early roles here!

BEFORE THEY WERE THE BLUTHS

Jessica Walter battled Wonder Woman. Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman were the stars of Fox Family’s “State of Grace.” Tony Hale was a doctor on “Dawson’s Creek.”

Check out the “Arrested Development” cast’s early roles here!

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Oh my god. Honey Boo Boo has a comic book and it’s paying homage to Wonder Woman. 

Glad he recognizes the mistakes, but they weren’t all “special effects” related. Also, please don’t try it again.

CW’s lead character is named Iris, not Diana.

Adrianne Palicki isn’t ashamed of her failed “Wonder Woman” pilot.

"I’m incredibly proud of that project," she told CraveOnline. “I was so grateful to get to play Wonder Woman. That was a childhood dream of mine and I’m proud of the outcome. I do wish it would have gone to series but everything happens for a reason. Looking at it as a positive, I got to work with some amazing actors, [an] amazing writer and I got to wear the outfit. It was not comfortable but it was totally worth it.”

Fun fact: When I was at the NBC Upfronts for 2011-2012 season, I saw press materials that included “Wonder Woman” as a new fall show. That decision really came down to the wire, huh?

Adrianne Palicki isn’t ashamed of her failed “Wonder Woman” pilot.

"I’m incredibly proud of that project," she told CraveOnline. “I was so grateful to get to play Wonder Woman. That was a childhood dream of mine and I’m proud of the outcome. I do wish it would have gone to series but everything happens for a reason. Looking at it as a positive, I got to work with some amazing actors, [an] amazing writer and I got to wear the outfit. It was not comfortable but it was totally worth it.”

Fun fact: When I was at the NBC Upfronts for 2011-2012 season, I saw press materials that included “Wonder Woman” as a new fall show. That decision really came down to the wire, huh?

What does Lynda Carter think of The CW’s new Wonder Woman project? That’s what I wanted to find out when news about Allan Heinberg’s “Amazon” script broke.
“I am delighted to hear this news,” Carter told The Huffington Post. “Wonder Woman is a fantastic, inspirational character who should be introduced to a new generation. I wish them great luck and look forward to seeing it on air.”
I also asked veteran “Wonder Woman” scribe and artist Phil Jimenez for his thoughts on the matter. Click here to read more.

What does Lynda Carter think of The CW’s new Wonder Woman project? That’s what I wanted to find out when news about Allan Heinberg’s “Amazon” script broke.

“I am delighted to hear this news,” Carter told The Huffington Post. “Wonder Woman is a fantastic, inspirational character who should be introduced to a new generation. I wish them great luck and look forward to seeing it on air.”

I also asked veteran “Wonder Woman” scribe and artist Phil Jimenez for his thoughts on the matter. Click here to read more.

It’s an origin story titled “Amazon.”

Allan Heinberg is writing (he’s written for “Grey’s,” “The OC” and penned the “Wonder Woman” comic series for a bit).

I’m on the fence. David E. Kelley’s pilot was TERRIBLE, but an origin story could work.

Meet Julie, a 29-year-old lesbian Christian woman. She’s also a virgin appearing on TLC’s “The Virgin Diaries.” Julie’s ideal woman? Somebody like Xena or Wonder Woman.