A look at the many manifestations of the superheroine on-screen.
Have you heard there’s a Wonder Woman movie out? Of course you have, it’s all anyone’s been talking about for the last few weeks. The film is a commercial success, a critical success, hell, it’s a social success, and our glee at its success is due in no small part to the long and obstacle-ridden road the character took to the big screen.
Most folks can only remember the Lynda Carter TV series from the 70s, but there have been far more televisual and cinematic interpretations of Diana Prince than just that, like a series prior to Carter’s, several animated takes, and a couple projects that have crashed and burned before the public could see them – like a feature based on a Joss Whedon script and an NBC live-action series starring Adrienne Palicki (Friday Night Lights).
In the latest supercut from Burger Fiction, the on-screen evolution of Wonder Woman is traced through its past struggles to its recent triumph, telling a story every bit as wonderful as the one currently conquering the worldwide box office.
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