Lynda Carter Recounts Alleged Sexual Harassment On "Wonder Woman" SetLynda Carter is sharing her #MeToo stories. The actress best known for her role in the "Wonder Woman" television series recounted two instances of sexual harassment in a new interview.
Actresses, Shows About Women Win Big At Critics' ChoiceIt was a good night for women at the Critics' Choice Awards, which honored women-centered stories like "Big Little Lies," ''The Handmaid's Tale" and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." ''Wonder Woman" was named best action movie and star Gal Gadot accepted a special award for challenging gender stereotypes.
Year's Box Office Drops, Still 3rd Highest Gross In HistoryAfter two consecutive record-breaking years at the domestic box office, 2017 was the year the momentum slowed — even with the late adrenaline boost of a new "Star Wars" film.
'Justice League' Disappoints In US With $96 Million OpeningOnly in the modern era of superhero films could a $96 million opening weekend be considered anything less than impressive.
Little 'Wonder Woman' Braves 4 Brain Surgeries In 4 MonthsSavvy Fornal is a pint-sized "Wonder Woman" who's battled four brain surgeries in four months.
Patty Jenkins Officially Set To Direct "Wonder Woman 2"Patty Jenkins was widely expected to return for the sequel after "Wonder Woman" became both a critical success and a global hit at the box office, earning over $816 million worldwide this summer.
"Wonder Woman" Director Slams Cameron's CriticismPatty Jenkins, the director of the summer box office smash "Wonder Woman," said that James Cameron's criticism of the film is "unsurprising" because he as a man cannot understand it.
Struggling Actors Moonlight As Superheroes In LAWelcome to the superhero world of Hollywood, where just about every caped crusader you've seen in comic books or on film is busy posing for photos with tourists.
'Wonder Woman 2' Sets December 2019 Release Date"Wonder Woman 2" is set to storm theaters on December 13, 2019.
"Wonder Woman" Sequel Officially AnnouncedWarner Bros. is not saying much about the inevitable follow-up to "Wonder Woman," but the studio did flash a title card during its San Diego Comic-Con presentation on Saturday.
'Wonder Woman' Buries 'The Mummy' At Box OfficeWarner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" wrapped up Tom Cruise's "The Mummy" at the weekend box office.