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You're Not Going to Do a Thing to Our Little Angel: A Most Ludicrous Casting Idea

By Cindy Davis | Industry | June 21, 2011 |

By Cindy Davis | Industry | June 21, 2011 |

Sorry darling, your tits are just too big:


I’ve only seen Pajiba Sweetheart, Christina Hendricks, act in one thing:

And she was pretty good, even without speaking a word. But you’ll notice something: her tits are all buckled up and covered up.

And now, a little aside in the interest of history. Here’s some actress named Ellie Wood Walker as Wonder Woman:


Here is Cathy Lee Crosby as Wonder Woman:


Here is Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman:


And finally, here is Adrianne Palicki as Wonder Woman:


It would appear that with each incarnation, Wonder Woman’s assets have grown and you might wonder how far a director is willing to take that theory. Well, wonder no more. Apparently one man, Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Bronson, Valhalla Rising), is willing to go over the top, to stretch a spandex costume like no spandex costume has been stretched before. The director has long made it known that he was interested in bringing Diana Prince to the big screen and has been building his career so that he might gain the clout to do it. Over the weekend, Refn asserted that if he does make the film, Christina Hendricks will be his Wonder Woman. Are you crazy man? How in Godtopus’ name will you strap those things down without going back to the Crosby era jumpsuit thing? If she wears the standard costume, how will she run without having a wardrobe malfunction? Did you mean you were interested in doing the porn parody? (Who needs a golden lasso when you can smother a man with your tits of truth?) That must be what you meant—else this idea is just ridiculous—good on you, man.

Meanwhile, Hendricks, who clearly has no sense of how to cage her chickens, has said that she’s been wanting to wear that outfit her whole life. Uh-uh…honey don’t.