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    Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition coming soon
    posted Mar 28, 2017, 6:11 PM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Mar 28, 2017, 6:12 PM ]

    Warner Bros. Home Entertainment press release:


    WONDER WOMAN: COMMEMORATIVE EDITION (02 May 2017)
    Warner Brothers
    Return to the realm of Amazonian warriors, Greek gods and mythological creatures – all unleashed on modern civilization – as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment honors the world’s greatest female super hero with the release of Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition. The feature-length, PG-13 rated animated film, one of the best-reviewed entries in the decade-long history of the DC Universe Original Movies, will be distributed on Digital HD on May 2, 2017 and on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD on May 16, 2017.

    Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition will be available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack ($24.98 SRP) and DVD ($19.98 SRP) starting May 16, 2017.  The Blu-rayTM Combo Pack includes copies of the film on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Digital HD.

    On the mystical island of Themyscira, a proud and fierce warrior race of Amazons have raised a princess of untold beauty, grace and strength – Diana. When U.S. 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 Amazonians and has decided to exact his revenge by starting a World War that will last for centuries and wipe out every living being on the planet, starting with the Amazons. It is up to Diana to save her people and the world – by using her gifts and becoming the ultimate Wonder Woman!

    Led by Golden Globe award winner Keri Russell (The Americans, Waitress, Felicity) as Diana/Wonder Woman, the all-star cast includes four-time People’s Choice Awards winner Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firefly) as Steve Trevor, three-time Tony Award nominee Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2, Chocolat) as Ares, Rosario Dawson (Daredevil, Sin City) as Artemis, Academy Award® nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways, Candyman) as Hippolyta, David McCallum (NCIS, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) as Zeus, Emmy®  Award winner Marg Helgenberger (CSI, China Beach) as Hera, Oliver Platt (X-Men: First Class, Chicago Med) as Hades, and Vicki Lewis (NewsRadio, Godzilla) as Persephone.

    Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition is directed by Lauren Montgomery (Batman: Year One, Justice League Doom, Voltron) from a story by Gail Simone (Birds of Prey, Secret Six) and Michael Jelenic (Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Teen Titans Go!) with a screenplay by Jelenic. Sam Register serves as executive producer, and Emmy® winner Bruce Timm (Batman: The Killing Joke, Batman: The Animated Series) is producer.

    “The Wonder Woman animated film stands as one of the most beloved, complete, original stories in the decade-long history of DC Universe Original Movies,”said Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing. “Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is proud to honor this iconic character with a Commemorative Edition.”

    ENHANCED CONTENT

    • Featurette – What Makes A Wonder Woman:For 75 years, Wonder Woman has resonated with audiences because of her loving nature and quest for truth. Hear some of her biggest fans and fellow creators discuss how her qualities have crafted her into the icon we know today.
    • Sneak Peek - Batman and Harley Quinn: Sneak peek at the next DC Universe Original Movie, Batman and Harley Quinn, featuring the talented filmmakers and voice cast.
    • Creative Team Commentary: Scene and film analysis by producers Bruce Timm & Gregory Noveck, director Lauren Montgomery and screenwriter Michael Jelenic.
    • Featurette – Wonder Woman: A Subversive DreamA definitive look at a psychologist’s dream, and the rich history of one of the pillars of DC Comics.
    • Featurette – Wonder Woman: Daughter of MythThis revealing documentary explores the archetype and tradition of the female DC Comics Super Hero.


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    Despite not even being nominated for music at animation’s premier awards show, WALL-E has won two Grammy Awards. Peter Gabriel and Thomas Newman picked up trophies for Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media (Down To Earth) and Best Instrumental Arrangement (Define Dancing). WALL-E lost the Best Score Soundtrack Album to The Dark Knight.

    (excerpt)

    * - Jelenic said that Gail Simone probably got a lot of the story cues from the George Perez relaunch of the Wonder Woman comic book in the 1980's, but Timm credited the visual style to Montgomery. The movie doesn't look much like Perez's artwork because she said that, "When I try to draw like someone else, it doesn't look as good, so I just try to draw the best way I can," and "that's ultimately where the style came from." However, she said that if they get an opportunity to do another Wonder Woman movie, there are lots of artistic styles they could explore.

    Bruce Timm Discusses "Wonder Woman"
    posted Feb 9, 2009 11:43 AM by vu sleeper

    From geeksofdoom.com


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    Legendary animator Bruce Timm was on hand to discuss the latest DC Universe original animated movie, Wonder Woman at over the weekend New York Comic Con, which is where it made it’s world premiere.

    (excerpt)

    “[This Wonder Woman] actually wasn’t based on any one specific comic. There was some misinformation about that earlier on — that it was based on the George Perez version. There are similarities, but it’s not specifically based on George’s run,” Timm said during a roundtable interview at NYCC. “We kind of look back at the entire history of the character and sort of cherry pick the things we like about each version…then smush them all together to see if they work.”

    “So there’s stuff in there from the Linda Carter series, there’s stuff in there from the Greg Rucka run, stuff from the Perez Run, and even stuff from the very first Golden Age stories,” he said.


    Nathan Fillion Talks 'Wonder Woman'
    posted Jan 31, 2009 10:32 AM by vu sleeper

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    The 'Firefly' and 'Serenity' star talks about voicing Steve Trevor in the upcoming animated flick
     
    Nathan Fillion, star of Joss Whedon's "Firefly" and "Serenity," will do double duty this March as the title character in ABC's upcoming series "Castle" and the voice of Steve Trevor in "Wonder Woman," the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies due from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation on March 3, 2009.

    (excerpt)
     
    Queen Hippolyta (left) and Artemis (center) don't appreciate Steve Trevor's unrefined humor in "Wonder Wonder." Trevor is voiced by Nathan Fillion, while Hippolyta and Artemis are voiced by Virginia Madsen and Rosario Dawson, respectively. "Wonder Woman," the all-new DC Universe animated original movie set for distribution March 3, 2009 by Warner Home Video.


    Prior to recording this film, were you familiar with Greek mythology?
    FILLION: My brain is like a hard drive. Once you start adding new information, you start cutting off old information. About four years ago is when my university art history lessons starting getting deleted for new and more exciting information. Well, I don't even know if it's really more exciting. But it sure is new.

    You've been involved in a lot of primetime television and feature films in recent years. What prompted you to accept a voiceover role?
    FILLION: I find that I'm in a spot in my career right now where a lot of my jobs come around from people I've worked with already. People keep inviting me back. It's nice to work with the same people when you've had a good time previously, and this is one of those cases. So when you get a phone call saying, 'How would you like to be Steve Trevor in the new Wonder Woman animated movie?' you naturally answer 'That would be great.' And you smile all day.



    Watchmen Motion Comics Release to Coincide with Wonder Woman DVD
    posted Jan 26, 2009 9:29 AM by vu sleeper

    From icv2.com


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    Warner Home Video has announced that it will release the Watchmen Motion Comic on Blu-ray and DVD on March 3rd, three days before the premiere of the film (see “Best in Shows 2009, Part 1”).  The motion comic uses voice acting, music, and some motion to tell the story using the graphic novel art.  Episodes of the motion comic have been made available via iTunes, Xbox Live, and other DTO venues; nine of the planned twelve chapters have been released to date.

     

    Extras have now been announced as well.  A coupon for $7.50 off Watchmen movie tix is included in both versions, as is a sneak peak of the Wonder Woman direct-to-DVD feature being released the same day (see “Wonder Woman DVD Due March 3rd”). 

     

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    Virginia Madsen interviewed about playing Hippolyta in "Wonder Woman"
    posted Jan 8, 2009 1:30 PM by vu sleeper

    From comicbookresources.com

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    Virginia Madsen interviewed about playing Hippolyta in "Wonder Woman"
    by CBR News Team, Editor Thu, January 8th, 2009 at 8:11AM PST

    Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen brings an impassioned, stately voice to the role of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, for "Wonder Woman," the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies.

    (excerpt)

    At the urging of an acting coach, Madsen actually began performing voiceovers when she was pregnant with her now-14-year-old son. She was able to find time in her single-mother/busy-actress life to discuss subjects ranging from her secret desire to play Batman and the reading lessons inherent to comic books to working as a waitress at the same Evanston, Illinois restaurant as "Wonder Woman" co-star Marg Helgenberger.

    All hail the Q&A with the queen ... Virginia Madsen.

    QUESTION: Did you prepare for voicing the Queen of the Amazons in any special way?

    VIRGINIA MADSEN: Well, I prepared this morning by writing several edicts for my son (laughs). Honestly, I love when I get to play these characters that are bigger than life. There are roles in animation that I never get to do in real life – and it appeals to my ego as an actor to play the Queen of Everything (laughs) Hey, I'm honest. I admit it.

    Wonder Woman's Michael Jelenic Animating an Amazon
    Jan 4, 2009 8:29 PM posted by vu sleeper

    From comicon.com

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    WONDER WOMAN'S MICHAEL JELENIC ANIMATING AN AMAZON
    #532186 - 12/31/08 10:02 AM by Jennifer M. Contino

    Warner Brothers has provided THE PULSE with a question and answer session conducted with Wonder Woman writer Michael Jelenic. This animated version of comics most famous Amazon will be available on March 3.

    FROM WARNER BROTHERS ....

    SCREENWRITER MICHAEL JELENIC DISCUSSES "WONDER WOMAN," THE NEXT DC UNIVERSE ANIMATED ORIGINAL MOVIE COMING TO DVD MARCH 3, 2009


    Writer Michael Jelenic makes the leap from animated television to feature-length films with his script for "Wonder Woman," the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 films. Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation are set to release the all-new film on March 3, 2009, distributed by Warner Home Video. The film will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.

    (excerpt)

    QUESTION: As this is Wonder Woman's origin story, what did you know you needed to include and on what did you want to focus?

    MICHAEL JELENIC:
    We had to hit certain elements that are part of Wonder Woman's myth, and my job was to answer what sort of ramifications her origins would have on her character during her journey to becoming a hero. It's basically trying to boil down essential Wonder Woman elements into one story. We looked at the stuff that the fans had to see – the iconic things about Wonder Woman – and then tried to put a twist on them. We've seen the lasso and the invisible jet before, so what's another way we could use them? I wanted to incorporate all these iconic Wonder Woman moments into the larger overall story.

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    Creators Talk Animated "Wonder Woman"
    12 August 2008, 2:12PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)

    From comicbookresources.com, thanks to ES

    Creators Talk Animated "Wonder Woman"
    by Jami Philbrick, Staff Writer
    Tue, August 12th, 2008 at 9:50AM PST

    "Wonder Woman" comes to DVD in February, 2009

    WONDER WOMAN DVD (Mar 2009)
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    Fans of Wonder Woman have been waiting for a feature film starring the Amazon princess since Lynda Carter wore the bracelets and tiara on TV back in the late '70s. This February their wishes will come true, in animated form, with the release of the direct-to-DVD film "Wonder Woman," from DC Universe Original Animated Movies.

    (excerpt)

    Unlike the first two films in the series, "Wonder Woman" is not based on any particular comic, but instead is an original story, similar to what was done with "Batman: Gotham Knight." "We cherry-picked from lots of different versions of Wonder Woman. It's not specifically based on any one version. It has a lot of Golden Age elements, it's a got a little of the Perez revamp, and it's even got some stuff from the Lynda Carter version. So it's an amalgamation of all the different things that we love about Wonder Woman," said Timm.

    Official Wonder Woman DVD Trailer on Yahoo! Movies
    5 August 2008, 11:45AM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)

    From www.pulpsecret.com

    Wonder Woman DVD Trailer
    POSTED BY Justin Tyler, 05 August 2008

    Check it out, Amazons: Yahoo! Movies has posted the trailer for the upcoming Wonder Woman Direct to DVD movie from Warner Bros. Have a look at it and then stay tuned to Pulp Secret for an interview with Bruce Timm and director Lauren Montgomery(Superman Doomsday)!

    From Freewebs

    In Wonder Woman, the fourth animated DVD movie from Warner Bros. and DC Comics, Keri Russell (Felicity) voices Princess Diana, the Amazonian superhero.

    The movie tells Diana's origin story, and reportedly is based on the 1987 George Perez-helmed comic revamp that pitted Wonder Woman against god of war Ares.

    "This story is funny and action-packed and adult in a nice way," said Russell. "Then they said Nathan Fillion was playing opposite me, and that made it that much better."

    "Playing second fiddle to Keri is a wonderful fiddle to play," said Fillion, who co-starred with Russell in the 2007 indie film Waitress. "I've done it before, I'll do it again--quite happily."

    Fillion (Serenity), who previously voiced the fan favorite Vigilante in two episodes of Justice League Unlimited, here plays Air Force pilot Steve Trevor, who crash lands on the Amazon island. "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."

    Russell and Fillion are supported by Virginia Madsen (Justice League) as Diana's mother, Queen Hippolyta; Rosario Dawson (Sin City) as Amazon rival Artemis, who briefly wore the WW mantle in the 90s comic series; and Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2) as Ares. Composer Christopher Drake (Batman: Gotham Knight) will be providing at least some of the score.

    Devlin's Thoughts on Wonder Woman - The Animated Feature Trailer
    5 August 2008, 11:03AM CDT by vu (vu sleeper) [updated at 11:07AM CDT]

    From praxis18.spaces.live.com

    Wonder Woman - The Animated Feature Trailer
    August 05 | 8:47 PM by Devlin

    The live-action feature film is never going to be made but at least we will have this straight to video DVD animated feature come February 2009.  And the trailer looks good, featuring a formidable warrior princess with strong ties to Greek mythology.

    Don't know why the Warner Bros. project to make a live-action feature film of Wonder Woman never took off. Heaven knows, the story is already there.  Just use George Perez's six-issue arc that re-launched Wonder Woman comics back in 1987, update it for the new millennium, avoid the silliness that sank the Catwoman movie (i.e. treat the source material with RESPECT), find someone with the right mix of beauty and toughness, and we're all set.  The Lynda Carter TV series was successful because it treated the source material with respect, whereas an earlier pilot, featuring Cathy Lee Crosby as a powerless and (blasphemously) blonde Wonder Woman whose only link to the character was the name and nothing else, failed.  Of course, the Lynda Carter version of Wonder Woman would never work on the big screen now (we're no longer in the campy 70s - and even then, Lynda Carter always treated the character with respect and portrayed Wonder Woman with real warmth and humour), but something more akin to Xena: Warrior Princess should find an audience.  After all, Wonder Woman had always been a warrior, and more so after Perez re-launched her series back in the late 80s.  Since then, Wonder Woman has consistently been portrayed as a formidable warrior, able to fight even a crazed Superman himself to a standstill.  Although compassionate, she is not hesitant to use deadly force when necessary.  She was lopping off the heads of gods and demons alike, for heaven's sake, years before Xena appeared on our TV screens.  Perez also brought back with a vengeance Wonder Woman's strong ties to classical Greek mythology.  As a matter of fact, Sam Raimi must have ripped off Wonder Woman when he created Xena.  Wonder Woman is one of DC Comics' three flagship characters to have survived all the way from her creation in the early 40s right down to the present.  Done properly, a Wonder Woman movie should be just as big a draw as a Batman or a Superman movie.  But, as usual, Warner Bros., the owner of DC Comics, dithers and stumbles (only the recent Batman movies have been true commercial and critical successes - even Superman Returns was really a dud) while Marvel successfully milks its franchises like the X-men, Fantastic Four, Ironman and Spiderman.  Sigh ... at least there's the animated feature to look forward to ...


    New Wonder Woman Trailer
    28 July 2008, 7:47PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)

    From wizardru.livejournal.com

    More Comicon Previews: Wonder Woman
    Jul. 28th, 2008 @ 02:19 pm [info]wizardru

    I've already seen a preview of Wonder Woman from the Gotham Knight DVD, but here's an honest-to-goodness trailer. As you can see, this appears to draw pretty heavily on the George Perez reboot of the character in the mid-1980s. Which is good, since that's probably the best run of the character, prior to Gail Simone's current run. 

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    Wonder Woman DTV On the Way!
    15 July 2008, 4:00PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)

    From comicsimpulse.blogspot.com

    Wonder Woman DTV On the Way!

    Tuesday, July 15, 2008

    TV Guide reports that 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 last Tuesday's release of Batman: Gotham Knight.

    The plot of the movie is based on George Perez' 1987 "Gods and Mortals" arc. The film, which will be released in February 2009, stars Keri Russell as Wonder Woman and will be directed by Lauren Montgomery. It will also feature Russell's Waitress costar Nathan Fillion as Steve Trevor, as well as Alfred Molina, Rosario Dawson, and Virginia Madsen.


    Russell & Fillion Talk Wonder Woman DVD Movie
    12 July 2008, 7:53PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper) [updated at 7:56PM CDT]

    From www.comicbookmovie.com
    Russell & Fillion Talk WONDER WOMAN DVD Movie

    P. Ryan Anthony 7/8/2008 



    Waitress co-stars Keri Russell & Nathan Fillion reunite for the next DC animated DVD flick Wonder Woman.

    In Wonder Woman, the fourth animated DVD movie from Warner Bros. and DC Comics, Keri Russell (Felicity) voices Princess Diana, the Amazonian superhero.

    (excerpt)

    The movie, directed by Lauren Montgomery (Superman Doomsday), tells Diana's origin story, and reportedly is based on the 1987 George Perez-helmed comic revamp that pitted Wonder Woman against god of war Ares.

    "This story is funny and action-packed and adult in a nice way," said Russell. "Then they said Nathan Fillion was playing opposite me, and that made it that much better."

    (...)

    The newly-released Gotham Knight DVD offers a 10-minute Wonder Woman featurette, which reveals the film’s writer to be Michael Jelenic (The Batman, Legion of Super Heroes).

    Wonder Woman is planned for a February 2009 DVD release.

    Wonder Woman Directa a Nuestros Reproductores de DVD
    12 July 2008, 7:50PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper) [updated at 7:52PM CDT]

    From bichodiario.blogspot.com

    WONDER WOMAN DIRECTA A NUESTROS REPRODUCTORES DE DVD

    sábado, julio 12, 2008
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    Keri Russell será Wonder Woman... pero sólo en la voz.

    (excerpt)

    En este escenario, el largometraje de Wonder Woman verá la luz en febrero de 2009. En esta ocasión, por supuesto, los cerebros creativos se basarán en la versión post Crisis, con el replanteamiento que hizo en 1987 George Pérez.

    La actriz encargada de dar vida a la princesa Diana será Keri Russell. Acá está en poster del film y algunos diseños que seguirán la línea tradiocinal de las adaptaciones que ha tenido la DC hasta el momento, esto es, trazos simples.



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