Friday, February 27, 2009

Wonder Woman Movie Clip and WonderCon Info



The Wonder Woman movie is just a weekend away and Warner Bros Online has released a new clip just to tease us one last time before its March 3rd release. Take a look:



And if any of you are in San Fransico this weekend, you may want to check out WonderCon which runs tonight until Sunday night and will feature a special screening of Wonder Woman and an extra special exclusive sneak peek at the new Green Lantern movie tonight at 6:00pm!

Also at WonderCon are Black Panther and Spectacular Spider-Man panels featuring the creators of the shows. Full details are below.

Black Panther Animated Series
Friday, February 27
2:00-3:00
Room 103

He is the King of Wakanda, and soon he will be the King of TV! BET and Marvel Entertainment proudly present an exclusive look at the upcoming Black Panther cartoon, featuring the voice talents of Djimon Hounsou and more! Denys Cowan, senior VP of animation for BET and others discuss the genesis of the Black Panther comic series, as well as the creation of the animated series based on the origin story of "Who Is the Black Panther?" set to debut in mid-2009. Find out more behind the Black Panther and get a sneak peek at the cartoon at this star-studded panel!

Wonder Woman
Friday, February 27
6:00-8:15pm
Esplanade Ballroom

Embark on a journey of untold beauty, grace and strength as Princess Diana uses her remarkable gifts and evolves into Wonder Woman, the world's most renowned female superhero. Warner Premiere, Warner Home Video, DC Comics, and Warner Bros. Animation present the West Coast Premiere of the next entry in the DC Universe animated original movie series featuring the action-packed origin story of the Amazonian princess—from her mythological beginnings through her introduction to Steve Trevor, her travels to America, and a no-holds-barred battle with Ares, the God of War.Wonder Woman's stellar cast includes the voices of Keri Russell (Waitress), Nathan Fillion (Castle), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), and Rosario Dawson (Sin City).

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion of the film by Emmy Award–winning animation legend Bruce Timm, breakthrough director Lauren Montgomery (Superman Doomsday), screenwriter Michael Jelenic (Batman: Brave and the Bold), and, making her first appearance at WonderCon, Academy Award–nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways), the voice of Queen Hippolyta. DC Comics senior VP of creative affairs Gregory Noveck will moderate. Wonder Woman will be available to the public on DVD on Tuesday, March 3.

And don't leave early, because the panel will close with a WonderCon exclusive—the first look at this summer's highly anticipated DCU animated original movie starring Green Lantern!

Spectacular Spider-Man
Saturday, February 28
3:00-4:00
Room 103

Q&A session with The Spectacular Spider-Man supervising producers Greg Weisman (Gargoyles) and Victor Cook (Hellboy: Blood and Iron), character designer Sean Galloway (Hellboy animated films), and Josh Keaton (The Even Stevens Movie), the voice of the teenage Peter Parker. It's the animated series that hearkens back to the webslinger's junior year in high school, when a not-so-typical 16-year-old must conceal his secret identity, endure the pressures of teenage life, and combat never-before-seen supervillains. Based on Marvel Entertainment's popular superhero, The Spectacular Spider-Man is produced by Culver Entertainment, a Sony Pictures Television Company, will premiere on Disney XD in March.

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