Re: Is WB simply afraid of Wonder Woman?
I don't think WB is scared of Wonder Woman; I think they're just scared of super heroes in general. The feature film division of WB doesn't "get it"; I imagine their meetings are a lot like Wall Street tycoons trying to plot the next My Little Pony episode. I envision a few moments of awkward silence and then a grey haired suit exclaiming "What is this shit?" just before he demands a glass of scotch.
I believe WB has had success by luck on their super hero feature films. It was the happenstance that Donner, Burton and Nolan were interested; that's all. WB doesn't know good from bad on this stuff; they are absolutely befuddled by it. They finally just pick something like pulling the handle on the slot machine and then see what come up.
The thing is that their TV and animation divisions do not seem to have problems at all.
All they really need to do is put some of their comic, TV and animation writers together in a room and tell them to write a script.
Well maybe I'm the faggot America.
I'm not a part of a redneck agenda.
Now everybody do the propaganda.
And sing along in the age of paranoia