‘Wonder Woman’ Gets Dressed for her Animated DVD Release

Wonder Woman Animated DVD

For those of you who have been reading this site since, well, this morning, you will know that I am now in full support of Warner Bros. abandoning the Justice League movie and pursuing a feature-length ode to my favorite comic lady, Wonder Woman. It is a real travesty that the production that Joel Silver has held under his wing for so long (still listed with a 2009 release date) has never gone further than the script stage. As some may recall, even Joss Whedon was once attached to the live-action project. It is a sad situation, one that has led me to taking on the cause. I was almost to the point this morning of starting a petition. Then I remembered that the last petition we started didn’t see much the way of results.

Putting all that aside for a moment, I would like to draw your attention to an upcoming DVD release from Warner Premiere. From the same team that got us all excited then left us profoundly disappointed with Batman: Gotham Knight comes Wonder Woman. Though thankfully, when I say “team” I am referring to the producers and up; this film was directed by Lauren Montgomery, who did an impressive job with both Justice League: The New Frontier and Superman: Doomsday. That said, lets have a look at that trailer:

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The voice of Wonder Woman is performed by Kerri Russell (Waitress), with Rosario Dawson (Clerks 2), Nathan Fillion (Serenity), Virginia Madsen (Sideways) and Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2) also lending their voices to various characters.

Wonder Woman hits DVD shelves in February 2009.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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