Invisible jets are about to increase an infinite percent on your TVs, because Warner Bros. TV is bringing Wonder Woman back to your living room. The studio revealed it was working on the project with Ally McBeal's David E. Kelley behind the scenes, creating an interesting topic of discussion: What the heck is David E. Kelley doing with a Wonder Woman show?
But a much more interesting topic came about in the comments section of our Wonder Woman mention: Who should play the new Wonder Woman? Let's examine the obvious and not-so-obvious candidates, and make sure you scroll all the way down for our pick.
Pros: She's certainly hot enough.
Cons: She said she was quitting acting.
Pros: She's got sci-fi cache! And she's a great physical fit for the role.
Cons: She's blonde!
Pros: She proved on Alias that she can kick ass.
Cons: She's a hotshot movie star now. Plus, she has a goblin-child to take care of.
Pros: She's certainly hot enough. Is a good physical actress.
Cons: Not the best acting actress.
Pros: Has a legion of stalker-like online fans.
Cons: She's a bit scrawny to play Wonder Woman, don't you think? Plus, she's a show cancellation magnet.
Pros: Maybe she'd do her own stunts and hurt herself.
Cons: Everything else.
Pros: She's the hottest thing in Hollywood right now.
Cons: Her sexiness might distract from the rest of the show.
Pros: She's soooooooo cutesy wootsy! Like a baby chipmunk!
Cons: Unless the new Wonder Woman overpowers criminals by being adorable, we're not sure she can pull off the gravitas the role demands.
Pros: Is there any other woman so wonderful?
Cons: There's not enough spandex in the universe for a top that could contain her superpowers.
How I Met Your Mother
Pros: He can sing! He can dance!
Cons: We're sure some lame-o will have a problem with this somewhere.
And our near-unanimous choice to play the new Wonder Woman...
Who would YOU cast as the new Wonder Woman?