Thursday, November 29, 2012

Wonder Women

CW, Warner Bros. Explore Casting The Lead In Wonder Woman Origin Project – Meet Iris
Waner Bros. TV (the studio behind The CW) has hired a casting director to search for a a women to become the lead role of Wonder Woman. A breakdown of the role has been released and story writter Allen Hienburg has written that "chronicles the female superhero’s life as a young Amazonian, before she becomes a warrior princess with super powers." However her name is now Iris and not Diana (as before). never the less this has been one of the CW's greatest year's and if Wonder Women comes out great it would make the franchise a whole lot stronger.
This article shows how important that it is to have casting calls to find the perfect actor to fit a specific role in whatever it may be that any filmmaker is creating for a project. i love DC comics and numerous amount of superheros and as a child i use to watch Wonder Women and i personally though it was intresting. it amazes me how after so many years a filmmaker can respark something that hasent really been an impact just as long as Wonder Women.
I have really learned through the year how important everything really is for everything due in film. if you do not like something and it dosent seem right then it is not. and i feel like that is the right example to use for casting someone because, especially in a TV series, i would want someone who is PERFECT for whatever the series is about and have the right attitude toward everything.
I do wonder if this will make or break the Waner bros. and CW industry or make it a whole lot better but i do hope it makes it a lot better due to the fact that i watch almost ever show on the CW


  1. Unfortunately, the CW will not ever have an Emmy nominated show or "professional" critic acclaim just because of its rep as a lesser network. This makes me really angry, for there have been shows on the network that have been deserving of Emmys (ex: Smallville and Buffy) that never got what they deserved just for being on the WB/CW. If this show is as amazing as it can be, it will show the world once again that the CW is not incapable of creating good TV. All networks have "low quality" shows, so I don't understand why the CW's are so much worse than ABC's or NBC's or CBS's.

  2. I wonder if this TV show will be good. Like Marissa said there has been some shows that did deserve Emmys. I enjoyed watching Smallville and I thought it would have won one but it didn't. If this show wins one, it will be surprising.