Saturday, November 22, 2008

Wonder Woman Film

Like other film that is based on the cartoon story, this film also base on the comic cartoon story. Ever since her breakout role in "Transformers," 22-year-old brunette beauty Megan Fox has gained an enormous fanbase online. So it was big news this week when Wonder-Who.com revealed that she would be portraying DC Comics superhero Wonder Woman in an upcoming big screen adaptation. There's only one problem: it's a fake.

On this superheroes Comics, one iconic character has been conspicuously missing from movie screens. Superman had his heyday in the 70s, Batman have succeed in the 90s, and both have been revived in the past three years. But Wonder Woman, the Amazonian princess with the magic lasso and invisible plane, has not had a live-action portrayal since the last episode of the TV series aired in 1979

Wonder Woman logo over an American flag with the words "The Truth Will Be Revealed!" below. As the days progressed, bits of the background were torn away to reveal the figure underneath. Finally, the image of Fox in full costume was unveiled, with DC Comics, Silver Pictures, and Warner Bros. logos in the lower right-hand corner.

Many movie websites ran with the news that Fox had indeed been cast in the role. It was believed that Warner Bros. was attempting to leak the information virally like they did for the first photo of the Joker last year for "The Dark Knight." But soon some other intrepid blogers began investigating the site's origins. JoBlo.com did reach a representative from Warner Bros. who confirmed that the Wonder-Who.com site was "complete B.S."

For a preview of the animated movie, see below:

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