Lynda Carter Would "Most Definitely Consider" a WONDER WOMAN Movie Cameo
Published: September 15, 2010 - 9:43am
The actress who starred in the Wonder Woman television series shares her thoughts on bringing the iconic character to life, and whether she would like to be a part of the planned live-action film.
A formal announcement has yet to be made from either Warner Bros or DC Entertainment regarding a realistic production schedule for a Wonder Woman film; which is supposedly already being planned. The comic book character, an Amazonian princess and fierce warrior, hasn't appeared in live-action form since the ABC television of the 1970s. Lynda Carter brought legendary super heroine to live for three seasons; a role that made her a household name.
David Bentley of The Coventry Telegraph recently caught up with the actress while promoting her one-woman theater show, Lynda Carter: At Last; which premieres at the Garrick Theatre, London, on September 17th. The discussion inevitably turned to Wonder Woman, the character Carter portrayed on television beginning in 1974:
Wonder Woman turned you into a TV star in 1974. How do you feel about her now?
"Oh I'm so fond of her. I think she's fantastic. I've always thought she was."
With a Wonder Woman movie planned for 2013, would you like a cameo in it?
"A cameo is kind of a broad word. As they say: "There are no small parts, there are only small actors". If it's something that is gratuitous I won't do it; if it's just for me to show up in it I wouldn't do it, but if there is something written that they think would be appropriate then most definitely I'd consider it. I would love it."
Which actress would you like to see in the lead role?
"I've seen the faces of so many [actresses], but the interesting thing about Wonder Woman is that you really knew her by both characters, because the audience knew she was Wonder Woman when I was playing Diana Prince, so for them it wasn't two different people.
"And I never dumbed her down. I just thought she needed to be smart and capable, but nobody really knew how smart and capable. It's got to be somebody that you want to be best friends with; she's got to have that likability about her, so it would be nice to have somebody who's unknown."
To read the rest of the interview, including details about Carter's new show, follow the link below to The Coventry Telegraph.