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Considering the source material has now covered both a romantic and platonic version of the Superman-Wonder Woman relationship, it could go either way and there is a possibility Adams could get what she wants to a degree. The idea of Lois Lane feeling threatened by Wonder Woman's presence, but Superman insisting she means nothing to him right before all parties team up to fight a common enemy seems like a likely option.
"Although we would certainly welcome the folks from Warner Bros. back, I have not heard anything that would give me indication that they will be filming on a large scale here," said Plano Mayor Bob Hausler.
This week's special guest is Ilya Salkind. Next week they'll chat with Jack O'Halloran and the week after that Deborah Joy LeVine and then K Callan and Eddie Jones (all from "Lois & Clark").
The website also posted a rumor about Lex Luthor casting possibilities that seem a little unlikely.
The "Speeding Bulletin" is your weekly Superman news video, recapping the latest events in the world of Superman. It also includes the "Great Scott!" segment brought to you by Scotty V.
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When asked who his favorite Superman villain is, Cavill answers with Doomsday, because he's proved himself to be a match for the Man of Steel.
In SoundWorks Collection's video profile on the Sound Design for "Man of Steel", they talk with the sound team for the movie, including re-recording mixer Chris Jenkins, re-recording mixer Frank A. Montaño, supervising sound editor and designer Eric A. Norris, supervising sound editor and designer Scott Hecker, and dialogue supervisor Kira Roessler.
Israel-born actress Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros.' superhero team-up film with Batman and Superman, the studio announced Wednesday. Already starring in the currently untitled film are Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman.
Created in the 1940s and outfitted in patriotic colours, Wonder Woman was most famously played by Lynda Carter in the 1970s "Wonder Woman" television series. But despite the character's considerable cultural impact, Wonder Woman hasn't previously made it into the movies.
Wonder Woman's inclusion in the film brings it closer to a full gathering of DC Comics' Justice League, which also features the Flash, Aquaman and others. Warner Bros. hasn't announced any further castings in the film, except that it will return many of the stars of Zac Snyder's Superman reboot "Man of Steel."
Gadot is a former model who competed for Israel in the 2004 Miss Universe pageant. She has starred in several of the "Fast & Furious" films, including "Fast & Furious 6," released earlier this year.
"Wonder Woman is arguably one of the most powerful female characters of all time and a fan favourite in the DC Universe," director Zac Snyder said in a statement. "Not only is Gal an amazing actress, but she also has that magical quality that makes her perfect for the role."
A sequel to Snyder's "Man of Steel," the Batman-Superman film is set to begin production early next year, and to be released in July 2015.
Update: Variety reports that The Flash is also locked in for this movie, with Warners now looking to cast the villain with "Zero Dark Thirty" and "300: Rise of the Empire" star Callan Mulvey reportedly someone they're looking at closely.