Behind The Emotional Threesome That Sparked The Idea For Wonder Woman – BuzzFeed News


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Behind The Emotional Threesome That Sparked The Idea For Wonder Woman
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This summer, audiences flocked to theaters in record droves to see Gal Gadot slip on Wonder Woman's kick-ass bracelets. But most of the millions who saw the Patty Jenkins movie probably don't know much about William Moulton Marston, who created the ...

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‘Professor Marston & the Wonder Women’ tells a fascinating tale: the origin of the origin story – Winston-Salem Journal


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'Professor Marston & the Wonder Women' tells a fascinating tale: the origin of the origin story
Winston-Salem Journal
As its title suggests, the fact-based film tells the story of William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the psychologist and inventor who, under the pen name Charles Moulton, created the comic book heroine Wonder Woman. The character's origin story was ...

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Justice League: Check Out This Amazing New Flash Figure From Square Enix – Epicstream


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Justice League: Check Out This Amazing New Flash Figure From Square Enix
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So far, the only other confirmed DCEU figures in the Play Arts Kai line are the trinity—Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman—but we should expect Square to give us teasers for figures like Aquaman and Cyborg as well. This Flash figure is said to be 10 ...

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The League Unites In New ‘Justice League’ Poster — But Has This Movie Gotten Too Bright For Its Own Good? – moviepilot.com


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The League Unites In New 'Justice League' Poster — But Has This Movie Gotten Too Bright For Its Own Good?
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It's safe to say that Justice League is one of the most highly-anticipated films of the year. The upcoming film will see DC's greatest superheroes unite on screen for the first time ever as Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman (and ...

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Batman vs. Two-Face Almost Had Wonder Woman ’77 Cameo – CBR (blog)


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Batman vs. Two-Face Almost Had Wonder Woman '77 Cameo
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Two-Face animated film expressed doubt that the Batman '66 revival series would continue without West, however, they did discuss the possibility of an animated take on the '77 Wonder Woman series starring Lynda Carter. “It's not a decision that I make ...

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