Ever since Batman vs Superman was announced at this summer’s San Diego Comic Con, fanboys have debated the merits of an expanded DC Cinematic Universe. Sure, we all love the watching the Caped Crusader and the Last Son of Krypton¬†galavanting¬†on the silver screen, but would we be as receptive to an Aquaman flick? Or how about Green Arrow? Could a Wonder Woman movie be successful?

Considering the failure of the most recent television series starring that Amazonian Princess, she seems like the least likely DC hero to receive the live action treatment. Well, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara had a few simple words to share on that issue. Speaking on the future of WB’s franchise properties, including J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoffs and the DC superheroes, the exec said:

“huge plans for a number of other DC properties on TV […] need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”

Well, that puts our doubts to rest. Even though Wonder Woman has one of the most convoluted origin stories in comic book history, a step or two more bizarre than Marvel’s mythological counterparts, the WB will brazenly adapt her for either film or TV. Although, it seems like the former is the most likely option, since an eventual Justice League movie is surely in the works.


Heyo. I'm Nick Dourian, the Editor-In-Chief around these parts. Now, I went to a few other sites, read a few awesome bios, and I really want to fabricate a badass origins story for myself, but I'm feeling particularly unimaginative today, so 'f' that jazz. I read comics, drink bourbon, and cook meats. Imagine Ron Swanson, but with a fuller beard and cuter eyes.