You might have thought that would be the end of it when Director Patty Jenkins shut down James Cameron's unnecessary trashing of Wonder Woman, wherein he managed to hold himself up as a feminist standard. But he was back at it again earlier this week, so now someone else has stepped up to tell him to stay in his lane: Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter.Read More
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gillian Anderson, Lynda Carter and Other Faves Getting a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
The Hollywood Walk of Fame announced their additions for 2018 yesterday, and it includes many of our favorite actors and performers for whom acknowledgement is long overdue.Read More
We're so excited that the Wonder Woman movie is finally here, but let's never forget the love we have for the Wonder Women who came before her.Read More
Sisters are doin' it for themselves.
It's pretty sweet to see the women of the DC TV and movie universes supporting each other, let me tell ya.Read More
This week's episode of Supergirl was the best episode of the entire series. Not "recently," not of the season, but of the whole show. Don't agree? I will fight you. Not really, but I'll probably think a little less of you. Not that it matters, but I will. Also, how amazing was it to see Calista Flockhart, Lynda Carter, and Teri Hatcher having an Olympic-level snark-off? SO amazing, that's how. Welcome to Season 2, Episode 21, "Resist."Read More
"Should I get a blow-out?" -Supergirl
This is the episode where Supergirl learns about a little thing we here on Earth like to refer to as objectivity. See, 'cause if you're gonna be something like, oh I don't know, a reporter, or a superhero, you really gotta work on being impartial, you know? Let's talk Season 2, Episode 3 of Supergirl, “Welcome to Earth.”Read More
We also get our first glimpse at Lynda Carter's POTUS!
On Monday's episode, "Welcome to Earth", we're getting a few more additions to the cast--including Sharon Leal as Miss Martian, a character who will have a very meaningful connection to David Harewood's Martian Manhunter, and Lynda Carter finally making first appearance on-screen as the U.S. President of Supergirl's Earth.Read More
United Nations Invites Lynda Carter to Celebrate “Wonder Woman Day,” Plus USPS Unveils Wonder Woman Stamps
All Wonder Woman all the time. Forever. And ever.
The United Nations has invited Lynda Carter to help ring in the first Wonder Woman Day on October 21st.Read More
We're so excited that the Lynda Carter, A.K.A. the first live-action Wonder Woman, will be joining the cast of Supergirl when it returns for its second season on The CW. Yesterday, we got a glimpse of Carter filming her first scenes for her appearance, and in a recent interview, she said that when playing the role, she drew inspiration from another powerful woman: Hillary Clinton.Read More
Lynda Carter, best known for playing Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV show, will soon be joining the cast of another iconic DC TV show: Supergirl!Read More
Some monster has compiled a few of your favorite Pixar movies to show you what it'd be like if Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Inside Out just ended at their saddest moments.Read More
Following a screening for the upcoming Supergirl/The Flash crossover, Entertainment Weekly reports that executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti revealed plans to finally bring Lynda Carter on the series.Read More
As the immortal Stones once said: you can't always get what you want. So go ahead and listen to that song on repeat as you read this post about how Lynda Carter apparently won't be appearing in the new Wonder Woman movie coming out in June.Read More
Lynda Carter, who is best known in geek circles for her starring role on the 1970s Wonder Woman TV show, is also a professional blues and jazz singer -- and she'll be lending both her musical and her theatrical talents to Bethesda's upcoming game Fallout 4.Read More
After hearing the bad news that Michelle MacLaren is no longer going to be helming the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, we're hearing a bit of cool news today. Lynda Carter, the first live-action Wonder Woman, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio, expressed interest in being involved in the new Wonder Woman film. Not as Diana Prince, obviously (that honor goes to Gal Gadot), but in a different capacity.Read More
Ah, a Wonder Woman/Onion Ninjas crossover.
Last May three-year-old Sophia Sandoval was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, for which she underwent surgery to remove the tumor and several months of chemotherapy before returning home recently with her family.Read More
Get ready to twirl - DC Comics have just announced another Wonder Woman series!Read More
All of the opinions!
Everyone on the internet has an opinion about Gal Gadot and her Wonder Woman look in Batman v Superman: The Epicest Court Case. And hey, that's great; but what about the people who are really invested in Diana? People like Queen Lynda Carter, and the ladies who are making the latest WW comic? Well, they have some feels about Gadot's look, too.Read More
Oh, it's on now.
As DC's Wonder Woman once said, "Ice cream is wonderful." Buckets full of ice? Less so, if the reaction of Batman V Superman's Gal Gadot is any indication. But it's all for the very worthy cause of ALS Research, which you can donate to without having to dump ice all over yourself. Unless you're into that, I guess.Read More
Glad as I am that Wonder Woman is getting some live-action screen time again, I do not envy Gal Gadot her job. Her role in the upcoming film Batman vs Superman will be the first time someone other than Lynda Carter has wielded the Lasso of Truth. Those are some big boots to fill. As far as Carter's concerned, though, she's got Gadot's back. In a Huffington Post interview, she spoke positively about her successor, but was cautious toward the as-of-yet-unknown screenplay.Read More