Wonder Woman (2011 TV pilot)

Wonder WomanWonder Woman'' (2011 TV pilot)2011 ''Wonder Woman'' television adaptationa 2011 pilotpilot episodethe pilotthe unaired David E. Kelly Wonder Woman pilot
Wonder Woman is an unaired television pilot produced by Warner Bros.wikipedia
64 Related Articles

Adrianne Palicki

Adrianne Palicki starred as the main character.
In 2011, Palicki portrayed Wonder Woman in a 2011 pilot produced by David E. Kelley for NBC.

David E. Kelley

David KelleyDavid E KelleyDavid E. Kelly
David E. Kelley wrote the pilot, which was directed by Jeffrey Reiner.
In 2011, Kelley wrote a script for the pilot episode of a new Wonder Woman TV series for Warner Bros. Television, but the pilot was rejected by NBC for its fall 2011 lineup.

Pedro Pascal

Pedro Balmaceda
He was cast in the pilot for the 2011 Wonder Woman television adaptation, but the show was never picked up.

Elizabeth Hurley

Liz HurleyArun NayarHurley, Elizabeth
In March 2011, Elizabeth Hurley and Tracie Thoms were cast as villain Veronica Cale and Diana's personal assistant Etta Candy, respectively.
In 2011, Hurley filmed a guest star role in the series pilot of NBC's Wonder Woman as the villain Veronica Cale.

Jeffrey Reiner

Jeff Reiner
David E. Kelley wrote the pilot, which was directed by Jeffrey Reiner.
In 2011, Reiner was chosen to direct the pilot for a David E. Kelley-produced Wonder Woman television series for NBC.

Steve Trevor

Diana TrevorSteven "Steve" TrevorColonel Steve Trevor
In a flashback, Diana ends up breaking it off with her boyfriend Steve Trevor because of her busy life. Actor Justin Bruening was cast to play Steve Trevor.

Tracie Thoms

In March 2011, Elizabeth Hurley and Tracie Thoms were cast as villain Veronica Cale and Diana's personal assistant Etta Candy, respectively.
She played Etta, Diana Prince's personal assistant, in NBC's Wonder Woman pilot.

Etta Candy

Candy, EttaEtta
In March 2011, Elizabeth Hurley and Tracie Thoms were cast as villain Veronica Cale and Diana's personal assistant Etta Candy, respectively.
She was now African American and depicted as young and ambitious, resembling the Etta played by Tracie Thoms in the unaired David E. Kelly Wonder Woman pilot.

Cary Elwes

Pedro Pascal was cast as Ed Indelicato, Wonder Woman's liaison to the police department and Cary Elwes as Henry Detmer, who runs the day-to-day operations of Diana's company.

Television pilot

pilotpilot episodebackdoor pilot
Wonder Woman is an unaired television pilot produced by Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment for NBC, based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

NBC

National Broadcasting CompanyNBC-TVNBC Television
Wonder Woman is an unaired television pilot produced by Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment for NBC, based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Wonder Woman

Diana Prince / Wonder WomanDianaDiana Prince
Wonder Woman is an unaired television pilot produced by Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment for NBC, based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Veronica Cale

Cale, Veronica
In March 2011, Elizabeth Hurley and Tracie Thoms were cast as villain Veronica Cale and Diana's personal assistant Etta Candy, respectively. At Themyscira Industries Diana grows suspicious of evil businesswoman Veronica Cale for distributing an illegal performance-enhancing drug that gives users super-human strength and endurance, but can cause death through repeated use.

Performance-enhancing substance

performance-enhancing drugsperformance-enhancing drugimprove physique and performance
At Themyscira Industries Diana grows suspicious of evil businesswoman Veronica Cale for distributing an illegal performance-enhancing drug that gives users super-human strength and endurance, but can cause death through repeated use.

Nancy Grace

Crime Stories with Nancy GraceInjustice with Nancy GraceNancy Grace Show
Nancy Grace and Phil McGraw make cameo appearances as themselves.

Phil McGraw

Dr. PhilDr. Phil McGrawDr Phil
Nancy Grace and Phil McGraw make cameo appearances as themselves.

Lasso of Truth

Magic Lassogolden lassolasso
In the pilot's first two acts, Wonder Woman wears a new version of her classic comic book uniform: the familiar red top with gold "W" insignia chestplate (formerly an eagle symbol chestplate) is still used, as are her golden belt and Lasso of Truth; but, these are now worn with blue slacks that have gold stars running along the sides, rather than with shorts.

Lynda Carter

Lynda Jean Córdoba CarterCarterLinda Carter
Her bracelets can still stop bullets (as in the Lynda Carter-starring, 1975-1979 TV series).

Canon (fiction)

canoncanonicalcanonicity
One of this interpretation's greatest departures from WW canon might be its version of her invisible plane/"the Invisible Jet."

Invisible plane

Invisible JetWonder Domea stealth jet
One of this interpretation's greatest departures from WW canon might be its version of her invisible plane/"the Invisible Jet."