Wonder Woman Writer Starting from Scratch

Comic Book Resources reports that a new Wonder Woman writer, Laeta Kalogridis has been hired by Warner Bros. to re-do the script. Get the info at the link.
Comics2Film/CBR News has learned that, only three months after we broke the news that Philip Levens ("Smallville") was writing a screenplay for the "Wonder Woman" feature film, yet another new writer as come on board the project.

Laeta Kalogridis has been hired by Warner Bros. to whip the Amazonian princess into shape.

Kalogridis is well known to C2F readers as writer and executive producer on the "Birds of Prey" series. She also wrote the screenplay for Oliver Stone's epic "Alexander" which stars Colin Farrell as Alexander the Great.

While her filmography may show only those two official credits, Kalogridis is known around town for writing tough, female action heroes. She did extensive uncredited work on "X-Men" as well as taking passes at scripts for "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," "Modesty Blaise" and "Catwoman." She also sold a highly regarded "Joan of Arc" spec early in her career.

Kalogridis will be starting "Wonder Woman" from scratch, writing a completely new script, which deals with the origins of the character.
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