Wonder Woman Could Take Off!

We’ve all heard the tales of impending (and possibly impended) doom that surrounds the ever-fluctuating Justice League movie. However, as producer Joel Silver has stated that the Justice League project has been “tabled” in the near future, he has let out some details about the Wonder Woman movie.

During the Speed Racer junket, Silver told IESB that he has writers cranking out a new script for the Wonder Woman movie. Matthew Jennison and Brent Strickland, who had a script that takes place during World War II picked up by Warner Bros. last year. According to Silver, these guys are reworking the script with a new timeline and a new setting.

Additionally Silver stated that the Wonder Woman in the feature would be different than the one in the Justice League movie. And I suppose that is a good thing, considering that Wonder Woman probably won’t see the silver screen for at least a couple more years.

Silver would not comment on who he had in mind as a director, but fanboys around the planet are crossing their fingers that he won’t choose someone lame like McG, Brett Ratner or any number of the Jerry Bruckheimer rejects like Simon West or Dominic Cena.

Source: IESB

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