David E. Kelley To Make New Wonder Woman TV Series
Polish the invisible jet, because it looks like someone's finally making a live-action adaptation of Wonder Woman. After Joss Whedon labored on a big-screen version for years before it finally headed back to development hell, David E. Kelly is ready to take the Amazonian Princess to the small screen.
Kelley, the mastermind between Ally McBeal and The Practice (and who would rather you'd forget about Snoops and The Brotherhood of Poland, NH) has been signed to write and produce a brand new series centered on Wonder Woman. There's no word which of Wonder Woman's many accoutrement -- her Diana Prince alter-ego, her unbreakable Lasso of Truth, her indestructible bracelets, her tiara or her invisible jet -- will make the show. But knowing Kelley, I look forward to the inevitable scene of William Shatner dressed as a Pilgrim to make some sort of societal point.
All that I ask of Kelley are two things: 1.) Stay far, far away from this hideous, hideous "updated" Wonder Woman costume. 2.) Please cast Christina Hendricks ... after she's finished with Mad Men, of course.