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WONDER WOMAN: ALL-NEW ANIMATED ADVENTURE
A new DC Universe Direct-To-DVD hit returns the Amazing Amazon to her origins!

WONDER WOMAN
Released by Warner Bros.

With documentaries featuring Wonder Woman Museum webmaster Andy Mangels!

On Sale: March 3, 2009
Multiple DVD formats

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Click here to purchase the Wonder Woman tie-in novel on Amazon

Click here to purchase the limited edition Wonder Woman animated Maquette on Amazon

Other Exclusive DVD versions (subject to change):


Best Buy (Special Edition or Blu-Ray Gift Set with exclusive action figure - see pics at right - note that stores are only guaranteed to get two figures each, though they may have more)

F.Y.E. and Suncoast (exclusive retail poster with PRE-order $5 deposit - reportedly any DVD version - this is reported to be be extremely limited and will not available for sale after release)

Target (2-disc Special Edition also features two-part Justice League Season Two episodes "Maid Of Honor" and sets feature free exclusive "Origins" comic book)

Borders (2-disc Special Edition with a book)

Walmart (Standard Edition with cardboard "o-sleeve" and lenticular cover)

Blockbuster (Standard Edition with "spindled" packaging)

KMart (Standard Edition exclusive unknown)

Circuit City (a Standard Edition with patch was PLANNED but will NOT happen due to closing of CC stores)

(more information to come)



Webmaster Andy Mangels is featured in the special documentaries "A Subversive Dream" and "The Daughters of Myth" on the DVD editions!



WATCH FOR EXCLUSIVE WonderWomanMuseum INTERVIEWS WITH CAST AND CREW COMING SOON RIGHT HERE!

First up in the next few days: Michael Jelenic in a 90-minute exclusive!



Will there be an official Soundtrack album? Here's what composer Christopher Drake told WonderWomanMuseum:


"I have been told by WB it's in the works, but at this point there's a possibility it might not be ready by the time the DVD is released."

Also note that the music on the website IS Drake's, while the music on the trailer is canned trailer library music.

Look for an exclusive interview with Drake on my website in the near future!




Here's the press release from Warner Bros. about the DVD!

Courageous Princess.
Fierce warrior.
Legendary DC super hero.
Wonder Woman on DVD and BLU-RAY
March 3, 2009!
The Epic Tale of Wonder Woman is the Fourth DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movie From Warner Premiere

BURBANK, CA, (November 17, 2008) Embark on a journey of untold beauty, grace and strength as Princess Diana uses her remarkable gifts and evolves into Wonder Woman, the world’s most renowned female super hero. Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation are set to release the all-new animated original movie Wonder Woman on March 3, 2009, distributed by Warner Home Video. Wonder Woman will be available as a Single Disc DVD for $19.98 (SRP), 2 Disc Special Edition DVD for $29.98 (SRP) and Blu-ray Disc for $34.99 (SRP). Order due date for all versions is January 20, 2009. The animated original movie will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.

Produced by the multiple Emmy® Award winning animation legend Bruce Timm, Wonder Woman is an origin– story and features a stellar celebrity voice cast including Keri Russell (Waitress, Felicity), Nathan Fillion (Desperate Housewives), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Virginia Madsen (Sideways), Rosario Dawson (Sin City), Oliver Platt (The West Wing) and David McCallum (NCIS).

Wonder Woman begins on the mystical island of Themyscira, where a proud and fierce warrior race of Amazons resides. They have raised Princess Diana, a daughter of stunning beauty, extraordinary strength and incredible fighting prowess.

Diana possesses a host of super human powers granted to her by the gods and goddesses of Olympus and her strength and stamina are unparalleled. When Air Force fighter pilot Steve Trevor crash lands on the island, the rebellious and headstrong Diana defies Amazonian law by accompanying Trevor back to civilization. Meanwhile, Ares (the God of War) has escaped his imprisonment at the hands of the Amazons and has decided to exact his revenge by starting a world war that will destroy them all. It is up to Princess Diana to save her people and the world by using her gifts to become the ultimate Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman: 2 Disc Special Edition and Blu-Ray versions will feature collectible packaging as well as 185 minutes of incredible bonus features such as:

* Wonder Woman: A Subversive Dream - She is one of the pillars of DC Comics. We examine why Wonder Woman is important in the grand scheme of the DC Super Heroes and how her raw strength and power helped define a new generation of empowered women, who realized that their gifts of intellect and strength were just as powerful as their male counterparts.

* Wonder Woman: The Daughters of Myth - The riveting documentary historically defines the meaning of the Amazons and how this links in with the evolution of the Wonder Woman character from comics to screen.

* Audio Commentary - featuring commentary by Gregory Noveck (Senior Vice President, Creative Affairs, DC Comics), Bruce Timm (Producer), Lauren Montgomery (Director) and Michael Jelenic (Screenplay).

* Bruce Timm’s Top Picks

Popular episodes from the Warner Bros. archive of Justice League/Justice League Unlimited animation featuring Wonder Woman; all personally selected by Bruce Timm, producer of this Wonder Woman feature film. All formats include “To Another Shore” and “Hawk and Dove.” Exclusive additions for the Blu-Ray and 2-Disk formats: “Paradise Lost, Parts 1 & 2.”

* Digital Copy Download- Warner Bros. is including a Digital Copy of Wonder Woman on the DVD which will provide fans a legitimate means to enjoy their favorite action hero anywhere they want on their portable video device. Formats supported include: iTunes, Windows Media Player. Restrictions apply. Consult product packaging for details.

* Sneak Peak - The next DCU Animated Original Movie... Green Lantern.

* Wonder Woman: The Amazon Princess - This featurette includes both a thumbnail history of the character of Wonder Woman featuring interviews with DC Comics creators and artists (Paul Levitz, Dan DiDio), and behind the scenes footage of the upcoming made-for-DVD release punctuated with interviews from the production staff and voice talent behind the film (Keri Russell, Alfred Molina, etc.)

* Widescreen (1.78:1)

“There is so much enthusiasm and passion from the fans for Wonder Woman, that it was an obvious next step in the DC character pantheon for Warner Premiere to bring to the screen,” says Matt Bierman, Senior Vice President Production, Warner Premiere. “In re-telling this origin story and putting a new spin on it, we think that we have all of the action and emotion that existing fans crave, and the ability to bring in a whole new set of fans with great super hero storytelling.”

“Woman Wonder is one of most iconic figures in pop culture. This movie succeeds in reinforcing her image as a female role model while firmly planting her flag as an epic action adventure heroine,” says Gregory Noveck, Senior VP ¬ Creative Affairs, DC Comics, “I think audiences will love this modern take on a classic character.”

“Wonder Woman is an exciting representation of the talent within Warner Bros. Animation, combining Lauren Montgomery’s dramatic, intense direction and Michael Jelenic’s action-packed, funny script to produce another impressive addition to this division’s growing slate of films,” explains Sam Register, Executive Vice President, Warner Bros. Animation.

“Warner Home Video is thrilled to be releasing this fantastic animated feature film,” said Amit Desai, WHV Vice President of Family, Animation & Sports Marketing. “Wonder Woman has been an inspiration to women for generations and her physical and mental prowess is sure to impress an entirely new crop of fans in this action-packed original movie.”

Marketing Support
Wonder Woman will be supported by a massive media campaign including primetime TV spots, national print and online coverage. Marketing support will also include strong promotion support, a dedicated website (www.wonderwomanmovie.com), as well as explosive online promotional stunts. Finally, cross-trailering on targeted DVD releases will generate millions of impressions.

DC UNIVERSE ORIGINAL MOVIES

DC Comics, Warner Premiere, Warner Home Video (WHV) and Warner Bros. Animation (WBA) began the production and distribution of “DC Universe,” a series of original, animated PG-13 movies in July 2006. This original made for DVD movie is part of the DC Universe series of animated PG-13 films written and directed by acclaimed comic book creators and animators and featuring recognizable talent. WHV will be the exclusive worldwide home entertainment distributor for all DC Universe movies, which will include a slate of 2-3 action-packed films per year. Superman Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier and Batman Gotham Knight were the first DC Universe original animated movies. Other DC properties with films in development include Batman, Superman, Justice League, Green Lantern and Flash.
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BASICS
Wonder Woman – Single Disc
Street Date: March 3, 2009
Order Due Date: January, 20 2009
Languages: English and Spanish
Audio: Dolby Surround Stereo
Rating: PG-13
Runtimes: Estimated 75 min.
Price: $19.98 SRP / No MAP
UPC: 883929014453

Wonder Woman – 2 Disc Special Edition
Street Date: March 3, 2009
Order Due Date: January, 20 2009
Languages: English and Spanish
Audio: Dolby Surround Stereo
Rating: PG-13
Runtimes: Disc 1 – 75 mins.
Special Features 185 mins (Total runtime 260)
Price: $29.98 SRP / No MAP
UPC: 883929020027

Wonder Woman – Blu Ray
Street Date: March 3, 2009
Order Due Date: January, 20 2009
Languages: English and Spanish
Audio: Dolby Surround Stereo
Rating: PG-13
Runtimes: Disc 1 – 75 mins.
Special Features 185 mins (Total runtime 260)
Price: $34.99 SRP / No MAP
UPC: 883929020775


For more information about the movie point your browser to www.wonderwomanmovie.com



Wonder Woman DVD Maquette

SCULPTED BY JIM SHOOP
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On the mystical island of Themyscira, a proud, strong warrior race of Amazon women lives in a utopian civilization shielded from the corrupt world of man. But a betrayal within the Amazon sisterhood leads to the escape of Ares, the God of War, and Amazon Princess Diana must capture him before he unleashes global chaos and destruction. With the aid of cocky fighter pilot Steve Trevor, Diana tracks Ares to the United States for a battle unlike any humankind has ever faced. A fabulous voice cast – Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, Virginia Madsen, Oliver Platt, Rosario Dawson and David McCallum – injects blood, thunder and passion into this epic tale of the princess who becomes the world’s favorite super heroine.

This hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain maquette of Wonder Woman is based on art from the highly anticipated Warner Home Video direct-to-DVD animated original movie Wonder Woman! Measuring approximately 9.25” tall x 3.75” wide x 4.25” deep (including the base), the maquette includes a 4-color Certificate of Authenticity and is packaged in a 4-color box. Limited Edition of 4000!



CAST AND CREW

Directed by Lauren Montgomery
Screenplay by Michael Jelenic
Story by Michael Jelenic & Gail Simone

Keri Russell (voice of Wonder Woman)
Nathan Fillion (voice of Col. Steve Trevor)
Alfred Molina (voice of Ares)
Rosario Dawson (voice of Artemis)
Virginia Madsen (voice of Hippolyta)
David McCallum (voice of Zeus)
Marg Helgenberger (voice of Hera)
Oliver Platt (voice of Hades)
Vicki Lewis (voice of Persephone)
Rick Overton (voice of The President)
Jason Miller (voice of Gang Leader / Thraxx)



INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (Director) HERE!

WORLD'S FINEST INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (Director) HERE!

EXPERIENCE THE WONDER INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (Director) HERE!

NEWSARAMA INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (DIRECTOR) HERE!

WIZARD INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (Director) HERE!

GAMERVISION YOUTUBE INTERVIEW INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (Director) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!

NEWSARAMA INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!

EXPERIENCE THE WONDER INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!

CBR INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!

WIZARD INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!

GAMERVISION YOUTUBE INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH KERI RUSSELL (Wonder Woman) HERE!

SCI FI WIRE INTERVIEW WITH KERI RUSSELL (Wonder Woman) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH NATHAN FILLION (Steve Trevor) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH ROSARIO DAWSON (Artemis) HERE!

UGO VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH ROSARIO DAWSON (Artemis) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH VIRGINIA MADSEN (Hippolyta) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH ALFRED MOLINA (Ares) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH MARG HELGENBERGER & DAVID MCCALLUM (Zeus & Hera) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH VICKI LEWIS (Persephone) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH ANDREA ROMANO (Casting Director) HERE!

WORLD'S FINEST INTERVIEW WITH ANDREA ROMANO (Casting Director) HERE!



WORLD'S FINEST INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTOPHER DRAKE (Composer) HERE!



INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

EXPERIENCE THE WONDER INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

WIZARD INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

GAMERVISION YOUTUBE INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

GEEKSOFDOOM YOUTUBE INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE (Part 1), ) HERE (Part 3), and HERE (Part 4)!



MANIA TRIO INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (DIRECTOR), MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter), and BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

SCIFI WIRE TRIO INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (DIRECTOR), MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter), and BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!

KIWIBOX YOUTUBE TRIO INTERVIEW WITH LAUREN MONTGOMERY (DIRECTOR), MICHAEL JELENIC (Screenwriter), and BRUCE TIMM (Producer) HERE!



NYCC PANEL REPORT at NEWSARAMA IS HERE!

NYCC REPORT at ExperienceTheWonder IS HERE!

NYCC REPORT at CBR IS HERE!



SHORT CLIP FROM MOVIE IS HERE!




REVIEW OF MOVIE at AICN is HERE!


REVIEW OF MOVIE at NEWSARAMA is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at CBR is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at IGN is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at UGO is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at TOONZONE is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at I09 is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at SCREENRANT is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at COMIC BOOK MOVIE is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at B*TCH MAGAZINE is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at FIREFOX is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at BLAST MAGAZINE is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at THE QUARTER BIN is HERE!

REVIEW OF MOVIE at CRAVE ONLINE is HERE!



REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at THE TRADES is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at SCI FI PULSE is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at MOVIEWEB is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at TV SQUAD is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at MOVIE MANS GUIDE is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at THE BEAT is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at COMIC MIX is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at SUITE 101 is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at CINEMA VIEWFINDER is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at MENDELSON'S MEMOS is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at JUST PRESS PLAY is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at COMMON SENSE MEDIA is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at CINEMAFANTASTIQUE is HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET* at HUFFINGTON POST & FILM THREAT (mostly same) are HERE and HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET & BLU-RAY* at IGN are HERE and HERE!

REVIEW OF *DVD SET & BLU-RAY* at WORLD'S FINEST are HERE and HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at DVD TOWN is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at BIG PICTURE BIG SOUND is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at DVD FUTURE is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at SCI FI MOVIE PAGE is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at MANIA is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at BLU RAY COM is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* (and great screencaps) at HIGH DEF DISC NEWS is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at BATMAN ON FILM is HERE!

REVIEW OF *BLU-RAY* at DVD VERDICT is HERE!



REVIEW OF TIE-IN NOVEL BY S.D. PERRY & BRITTA DENNISON IS HERE!


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OSCAR NOMINEE VIRGINIA MADSEN, GREEN LANTERN SNEAK PEEK
FEATURED IN FEBRUARY 27 SCREENING AT WONDERCON OF
DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED ORIGINAL MOVIE WONDER WOMAN

San Francisco Screening Precedes March 3, 2009 Release of All-New DVD

BURBANK, CA, (February 17, 2008) - Wonder Woman, the highly-anticipated fourth entry in the DC Universe animated original movie series, will receive a West Coast big screen premiere at WonderCon on February 27, 2009 in the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

The 6:00 p.m. screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring filmmakers and voice cast, including animation legend Bruce Timm and Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen. Filmmakers will also screen the world premiere of the first footage of Green Lantern: First Flight, an upcoming DC Universe animated original movie.

Presented by Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics, the all-new Wonder Woman animated original movie will be distributed by Warner Home Video on March 3, 2009. Wonder Woman will be available as a Single Disc DVD, 2-Disc Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Disc. The animated original movie will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View, as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.

Madsen, making her first-ever Con appearance, provides the regal voice of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons and mother to Diana/Wonder Woman. The actress, who received an Oscar nod for her performance in the 2003 hit film Sideways, is joined in the stellar voice cast by Keri Russell (Waitress, Felicity), Nathan Fillion (Firefly/Serenity & the upcoming ABC series Castle), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Rosario Dawson (Sin City), Oliver Platt (The West Wing) and David McCallum (NCIS).

Wonder Woman is an origin story produced by multiple Emmy Award winning animation legend Bruce Timm, directed by Lauren Montgomery (Superman Doomsday) and written by Michael Jelenic (Batman: Brave & the Bold). All three will participate in the post-screening panel and Saturday's autograph session. DC Comics Senior Vice President of Creative Affairs Gregory Noveck will moderate the post-screening panel.

An autograph session for all panelists is being scheduled for Saturday, February 28.



DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED ORIGINAL MOVIE WONDER WOMAN TO PREMIERE FEBRUARY 6, 2009 AT NEW YORK COMIC CON

Big Screen Debut Precedes March 3, 2009 Street Date for Availability on DVD, Blu-ray, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View & Digital Download.

BURBANK, CA, (December 9, 2008) - WONDER WOMAN, the highly-anticipated fourth entry in the DC Universe animated original movie series, will receive a big screen premiere at New York Comic Con on February 6, 2009 in the IGN Theater at the Javits Center. The 8:30 p.m. screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring members of the film's cast and crew.

Presented by Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics, the all-new Wonder Woman animated original movie will be distributed by Warner Home Video on March 3, 2009. Wonder Woman will be available as a Single Disc DVD, 2-Disc Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Disc. The animated original movie will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View, as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.

Produced by the multiple Emmy® Award winning animation legend Bruce Timm, Wonder Woman is an origin story andfeatures a stellar celebrity voice cast including Keri Russell (Waitress, Felicity), Nathan Fillion (Desperate Housewives), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Virginia Madsen (Sideways), Rosario Dawson (Sin City), Oliver Platt (The West Wing) and David McCallum (NCIS).

In addition to the premiere, New York Comic Con welcomes Bruce Timm as a Guest of Honor. Timm joins previously-announced Guests of Honor including Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, George Perez, J. Michael Straczynski, and Michael Uslan.




EARLY PRESS RELEASE FROM COMIC-CON 2008

BURBANK, CA, (July 26, 2008) – Nathan Fillion (Desperate Housewives, Serenity) has joined Warner Home Video’s Saturday, July 26 panel at Comic-Con in support of Wonder Woman, the fourth entry in the DC Universe animated original movie series. Presented by DC Comics, Warner Premiere, Warner Home Video and Warner Bros. Animation, Wonder Women streets in February 2009 on DVD, Blu-Ray, OnDemand and for download.

The Comic-Con panel, entitled “A Look Back and Forward at DC Universe Animated Original Movies,” will be held from 2:15-3:15 p.m. in Room 6CDEF.

As the voice of Trevor, Fillion is reunited with Waitress co-star Keri Russell (Felicity) atop a stellar celebrity cast for the animated film. In addition to Russell, who is providing the voice of the title character, the Wonder Woman cast includes Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways), Alfred Molina (The Da Vinci Code) and Rosario Dawson (Sin City). Casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano has also recruited Oliver Platt (The West Wing), David McCallum (NCIS) and Vicki Lewis (NewsRadio) for the film.

Fillion and Romano will be joined on the panel by animation legend Bruce Timm, Wonder Woman director Lauren Montgomery and DC Comics President and Publisher Paul Levitz. DC Comics Senior Vice President of Creative Affairs Gregory Noveck will moderate the panel, which will include discussion of the first three DC Universe films as well as reveal inside information on the making of Wonder Woman, and offer the first look at early animated footage from the upcoming film.

Wonder Woman presents the origin story of the all-time greatest female DC Super Hero, beginning with her emergence as Princess Diana on the mystical Amazonian island of Themyscira. The action-packed film follows Diana’s adventures as she attempts to return felled pilot Steve Trevor to his American homeland, only to get caught in the middle of god of war Ares’ diabolic plan to destroy all of civilization – including the human inhabitants and the Amazonian warriors.

While the New York-based Russell is unable to attend the San Diego convention, she expressed great fondness for Fillion and said his participation was important to her performance in the film.

“I adore Nathan and, after spending so much time with him making Waitress, while I was reading the Wonder Woman script at home I could hear exactly how he’d read every line,” Russell said. “We’ve got this great cast with Virginia Madsen and Alfred Molina and Oliver Platt – so I really wanted to do (the film) just to be in the cool kids’ group.”

“Playing second fiddle to Keri is a wonderful fiddle to play,” Fillion said. “I’ve done it before, I’ll do it again … quite happily. Besides, I think I’ve carved out a niche for playing the not-so-hero.”

Molina was already enchanted with the opportunity to stretch his wicked acting chops when he finally had the opportunity to see the chiseled physique of his character, Ares.

“They gave me cheekbones!” Molina exclaimed. “Ares is really cut. He even has a very manly chin. I’m very flattered and I must make sure I’m never seen in public again, or it’ll spoil the image.”

The film is executive produced by Timm (Justice League: The New Frontier) and directed by Montgomery (Superman Doomsday) from a script by Michael Jelenic (Legion of Super Heroes, The Batman) and a story by Jelenic and award-winning comics writer Gail Simone.




Here's an article from TV Guide.com:

The golden Lasso of Truth won’t be needed to confirm the rumors: Keri Russell is indeed the star of the February 2009 animated DVD movie Wonder Woman, the next in a series from Warner Bros. and DC Comics following Tuesday’s release of Batman: Gotham Knight.

Wonder Woman DVD movie PosterThe Felicity star voices Princess Diana, the Amazon-turned-superhero. "This story is funny and action-packed and adult in a nice way," Russell says. "Then they said Nathan Fillion was playing opposite me, and that made it that much better."

Fillion, who costarred with Russell in the 2007 indie darling Waitress, plays Air Force pilot Steve Trevor, who crash lands on the Amazon’s island. "Playing second fiddle to Keri is a wonderful fiddle to play," Fillion says. "I’ve done it before, I’ll do it again—quite happily." The Desperate Housewives star adds, "What I like about Steve Trevor is that he’s a very real guy. He’s very honest and he’s very natural. He doesn’t apologize for much. And he’s about as normal as a guy can be while hanging out with Wonder Woman."

The movie tells the Amazon princess’ origin story. "She’s a true, strong warrior, but she’s also right at the break of being a young woman standing on her own and fighting out in the world," Russell says.

Also in the cast are Virginia Madsen as Wonder Woman’s mother, Queen Hippolyta; Rosario Dawson as Diana’s Amazon rival Artemis; and Alfred Molina as Ares, the film’s villain.









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A Sensational Look at Wonder Wonder.

Wonder Wonder as she first appears in full costume.

Princess Diana practices her combat tactics in preparation for becoming Wonder Woman. Keri Russell supplies the voice of Diana/Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman and Ares engage in several battles. Keri Russell is the voice of Wonder Woman, while Alfred Molina plays Ares, the God of War.

Wonder Woman pauses for a moment of reflection and concern before
moving into battle.


Wonder Wonder prepares to take on Ares in battle.

Wonder Woman has a moment of sad reflection, and the voice of Keri Russell echoes the animated sentiment.

Wonder Wonder captures the title character's origin story from the events leading up to her birth (pictured) to her initial adventures in modern-day America.

Queen Hippolyta (voiced by Viriginia Madsen) glances back at her Amazonian subjects - including her daughter, princess Diana (far right).

Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen provides the voice for Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons.

A prior relationship is revealed in an opening battle between Ares (voiced by Alfred Molina) and Hippolyta (voiced by Virginia Madsen).

Hippolyta, voiced by Academy Award-nominated actress Virginia Madsen, holds her sword to the throat of God of War Ares, voiced by Alfred Molina.

Queen Hippolyta, mother of Princess Diana/Wonder Woman, exhibits her Amazonian strength during the film's opening battle sequence.

Queen Hippolyta preares to fend off one of Ares' villainous minion.

Battle-savvy Persephone rescues her scholarly sister Alexa during battle.

Alexa hides from an intimidating opponent during a battle scene.

Ares brings his battle with Wonder Woman to Washington D.C., and President Elect Obama might just need to consider some renovations before he moves in this January.

Steve Trevor gets his first look at the Amazons.

Steve Trevor is interrogated by Queen Hippolyta and Artemis in a funny moment.

Alfred Molina voices Ares, The God of War.

Ares pauses for a moment to see Cerberus, the three-headed dog
guarding the gates to the Underworld – where Hades awaits Ares' visit.


As Hippolyta watches, Ares has his powers restrained by wristbands
melded onto his arms by bolts of lightning courtesy of Zeus.


Oliver Platt provides the voice of Hades.

Zeus issues his commands from the clouds. Zeus is voiced by “Navy NCIS” star David McCallum.

Hera offers a compassionate compromise from her lofty throne. Hera is voiced by “CSI” star Marg Helgenberger.

Queen Hippolyta and Artemis prepare for battle with Ares' villainous forces.

Princess Diana and Steve Trevor don't exactly hit it off in their initial meeting.

Artemis (center, voiced by Rosario Dawson) takes the lead during a gathering of Amazonians. Princess Diana, later to be known as Wonder Woman, stands immediately to the right of Artemis.

Wonder Woman gets the upper hand, er, lasso on Ares' henchman Deimos during a thrilling action sequence.

Steve Trevor reacts angrily to Ares' affront to an American icon.

Ares assumes an even more menacing figure in battle as the primary villain. Ares is voiced by Alfred Molina.

Amazonian warrior Persephone prepares for a fight. Actress Vicki Lewis provides the voice of Persephone.

Persephone is one of the key characters in the Amazon's battle with Ares. Actress Vicki Lewis provides the voice of Persephone.

Queen Hippolyta (left) and Artemis (center) don't appreciate Steve Trevor's unrefined humor. Trevor is voiced by Nathan Fillion, while Hippolyta and Artemis are voiced by Virginia Madsen and Rosario Dawson, respectively.

Steve Trevor, as voiced by Nathan Fillion, crash lands after a heated dogfight .

Steve Trevor's first fight of the film is with Princess Diana, the soon-to-become title character.

Artemis, the Amazons’ lead warrior, prepares for battle. Rosario Dawson supplies the voice of Artemis.

Artemis wields her mighty sword in leading the Amazons against the forces of Ares. Rosario Dawson supplies the voice of Artemis.

Artemis is pinned between two swords in the heat of battle. Rosario Dawson supplies the voice of Artemis.

Early reviews say that Wonder Woman, the newest DC Universe animated original movie, packs an incredible punch with its mix of action and humor.

The Wonder Woman screening at WonderCon on February 27, 2009 will include (from left) director Lauren Montgomery, screenwriter Michael Jelenic, DC Comics Senior Vice President of Creative Affairs Gregory Noveck and producer Bruce Timm, along with Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen.

Wonder Woman director Lauren Montgomery signs autographs at Comic-Con 2008.

Wonder Woman screenwriter Michael Jelenic takes questions during a panel at Comic-Con 2008. (Photo courtesy of Gary Miereanu)

Three-time Emmy Award winner and animation legend Bruce Timm is the producer of Wonder Woman.

Nathan Fillion (pictured with casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano) was a featured panelist at San Diego Comic-Con in 2008, where he discussed his upcoming role as Steve Trevor.

David McCallum records his lines as Zeus.

Alfred Molina provides the voice of Ares.

Actress Vicki Lewis and comics legend Darwyn Cooke pause for a moment during an autograph session at WonderCon 2008. Lewis, who voiced Iris West in Cooke's “Justice League: The New Frontier,” has now provided the voice for Amazonian warrior Persephone for Wonder Woman.

Wonder Woman casting and dialogue director Andrea Romano during the DC Universe films panel at Comic-Con 2008.

Other images from Wonder Woman are below.






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