October 4th, 2010
11:26 AM ET
First he created America's Sweetheart "Ally McBeal," and now David E. Kelley is ready to take on a national treasure. The Hollywood writer/producer is bringing Wonder Woman back to the small screen.
DC Comics has been hoping to reboot the Wonder Woman franchise ever since the popular '70s TV series starring Lynda Carter went off the air. According to Deadline.com, the company has spent the past decade developing a movie about the amazing Amazon, who made her comic book debut in 1941.
While new Superman and Batman movies have successfully gotten off the ground in recent years – with a Green Lantern flick also set for release in 2011 - the Wonder Woman project somehow lost its power.
Then a hero arrived in the form of Kelley, who reportedly met with the DC team and convinced them to take the sexy superhero to television.
Though stars including Beyoncé, Megan Fox, and Angelina Jolie have been attached to the movie project, there's no word yet on who might don the iconic eagle bustier, magic lasso, and bulletproof bracelets when Wonder Woman soars onto TV screens.
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