A Casting Call May Hint At Wonder Woman Tagging Along For Batman Vs. Superman

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WonderWomanToday might have just turned into Wonder Woman day. Earlier this evening we had a story with Joss Whedon explaining that the character works better in a film that on a TV show, and now we may have just gotten a hint that the Amazonian warrior will be joining Batman and Superman on the big screen very soon. Bleeding Cool have come across a casting call that fits her description.

Warner Bros. has started sending out casting calls for Zack Snyder‘s Superman sequel (Batman vs. Superman or whatever you would like to call it for now) and the most recent one is for a new female lead. The information is light, but Bleeding cool reckon it’s for Wonder Woman. The age range for the character is between 25-33, physically fit, and strong. The sheet really stresses the latter two specifications. Agencies are essentially under the impression that they are submitting actresses for Wonder Woman They don’t know for sure, but rumors are starting to circulate so they’re notifying the proper actresses. Of course WB are refusing to comment on this at all, even to the agencies they’re sending the casting calls out to.

Now this is all guesswork and connecting dots for now, so take it with a grain of salt. It could be for  any female role, possibly a villain, or indeed Wonder Woman herself. It’s odd that a smaller role would be secretive, so there’s obviously more to the role than what’s being revealed. Man of Steel set up the DC Cinematic Universe, and Batman vs. Superman will probably take it another few steps. We could even see the beginning of some Justice League things. Having Wonder Woman involved, regardless of the size of the role, would definitely be huge for the future of DC movies.  What do you think about the casting call news? Do you think it really is for Wonder Woman?


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Source : Bleeding Cool