Much of the hopes regarding Hendricks as Wonder Woman seem to boil down to her voluptuous shape fitting in line with Wonder Woman's usual appearance. Even though she may look the part, we doubt she can act the part.

Hendricks is a good actress in her own right, but we find it hard to see her as Wonder Woman. Cobie Smulders is remembered best for playing fan favorite Robin from the always fondly remembered show How I Met Your Mother, but many of us seem to forget when she was a superhero in her own right for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

While she has only appeared in a small handful of Marvel movies, she has done so under the guise of special S. Years later, we found out these might have been more than rumors as Joss Whedon admitted that if he was directing Wonder Woman, he'd had Smulders play her.

We understand why as the conviction and versatile toughness she brought to Agent Hill is indicitive of what we usually expect from the Wonder Woman character.

Once upon a time not too long ago, Joss Whedon was attached to direct a big screen adaptation of Wonder Woman in the mid's.

A big rumor migrating around comic book land at this time was that the lead role was pitting Buffy co-stars and Wonder Woman hopefuls Sarah Michelle Gellar and Charisma Carpenter against each other.

While we have no problem imagining Gellar in the role, we struggle trying to imagining Carpenter donning the golden tiara.

Carpenter always did an exquisite job with playing Cordelia Chase for the Buffyverse, but when it comes to other roles she's given for other tv show guest spots and movies, Carpenter usually comes off as lackluster.

Long before she took on that role, she was actually auditioned for Wonder Woman. Had things turned out slightly differently, we have no problem buying Yung as a potential Wonder Woman.

While the character of Elektra is vastly different from that of Wonder Woman, Elektra is quite the challenging part that demands a lot from the actress playing her. If Yung can pull off Elektra with flying colors, she would nail Wonder Woman.

Beyonce is one of those faces that often pop up in fan castings for Wonder Woman. Oddly enough, her history with Wonder Woman is even more deep rooted than that.

Not only was she reportedly in talks to play the part back in the day, she inadvertently helped Gal Gadot nail her audition for Wonder Woman since Gadot listened to Beyonce to psyche herself up for the part.

Some wonder how Beyonce would have fared had the tables turned. We would guess not very well. However, she is a lousy actor, turning in some crappy performances in films like Dreamgirls and Obsessed.

We suggest that from now on, Beyonce just stick to music because she isn't cut out for acting. As it turns out, there were actually truth to those rumors, but Biel wound up turning the project down.

Believe it or not, we would have loved to have seen Biel give Wonder Woman a shot, and a part of us think that she would have been better than Gadot herself.

We think she could do similar stellar work for Wonder Woman. Eve Torres is a former professional wrestler who appeared during a season one episode of Supergirl as the villain Maxima.

Prior to her appearance, it was rumored that she would pop up on the show as that universe's version of Wonder Woman. Even when that rumor got shut down upon her actual appearance, this did leave people wondering what the new Wonder Woman film would look like if it would was Eve Torres in the lead instead of Gal Gadot.

If one thing is for sure, it's that Torres would have been a much less suitable actress in the role. While professional wrestling and acting do go hand in hand in many ways, there was nothing about Torres's acting ability to impress us enough to say she deserved a chance to even audition for Wonder Woman, yet alone play the part.

In , when DC was still looking for their Wonder Woman, Alexandra Daddario said in an interview that she "would love to" play Wonder Woman in a movie. This was enough to ignite internet rumors that Daddario was in the running to play the character for the DCEU.

If we had to keep it strictly a buck, Daddario would be a superb Wonder Woman. We know that may sound superfluous to say in light of the recent Hollywood fluff she's appeared in -- stuff like Baywatch and The Layover -- but it's all too easy to forget that Daddario has some legitimately impressive acting chops of her own.

She was able to hold her own beside acting greats like Woody Harrelson on True Detective and we're positive she can do the same in an important lead role such as playing Wonder Woman.

Although Gina Carano has been rumored to play the character for quite some time, she admitted in a interview that she was never in the running to play Wonder Woman, never asked to play the part, and has no idea if she was even considered.

On sheer look alone, we understand why so many people want Carano in the role. Some people still argue that Carano would have been a better fit to play Wonder Woman than Gal Gadot is. However, we need to question Carano's acting ability.

Let's not forget that Carano's first and last chance at the Hollywood brass ring as a leading lady came with Steven Soderbergh's Haywire needed to have her performance improved in post-production due to a voice that didn't fit the character.

Whedon's involvement in the project was enough to stir up rumors that Whedon would be looking for his former Firefly star, Morena Baccarin, to fill the ruby red shoes of the character.

When asked for a comment on the speculation, Baccarin replied that the decision was not up to her, but if she was asked, she wouldn't say no.

Honestly, the Emmy nominated former star of Homeland would not be a bad fit to play Wonder Woman. She certainly has the acting ability to pull it off, hence the Emmy; something Gal Gadot has yet to be nominated for.

There was once a time where fans considered Megan Fox the perfect fit for Wonder Woman, if only for appearance alone. She was frequently the subject of fan made stills photoshopping the iconic costume onto Fox, and if we're being perfectly honest, she doesn't look half bad in it.

First off, Fox isn't very tall and Wonder Woman has always been noted for being freakishly tall, much like Gal Gadot herself. Second, let's be honest, Megan Fox is farthest from the best actress Hollywood could ever find to swing the Lasso of Truth.

Still any rumors regarding Megan Fox as Wonder Woman died in when she called the heroine "lame" in an interview. She neglected to admit what role she was in talks with the studio for, but this news did break at a time when DC were still looking for someone to play Wonder Woman for their DC Extended Universe.

Alexander knew that she wasn't likely to get the part since she was contracted to Marvel, but looking back at her role as Lady Sif in retrospect, she essentially already is Marvel's Wonder Woman in that respect.

The experience gives her an edge over Gal Gadot. Katie Holmes has never been very well received by the comic book fandom. When they saw her play Rachel in Batman Begins, it was unanimously agreed that she was atrocious and many found it to be a blessing to see her replaced by Maggie Gyllenhaal later on.

The fandom surely would have rioted had she be given the keys to the kingdom that is the Wonder Woman franchise. Believe it or not, this was a very real possibility not too long ago.

At least according to rumors which suggested that Holmes was in talks to sign on to play Wonder Woman back when Hollywood was anxious to get the character back on the big screen.

Thankfully, Gal Gadot was tramp-stamp-less when she portrayed the character. Katie McGrath first found global acclaim upon playing Morgana throughout the entirety of Merlin's series run.

That acclaim quickly grew to her skyrocketing to fame, using it to star in the major Hollywood production Jurassic World and most recently, being on the show Supergirl playing Lena Luthor.

Every step of the way, McGrath has been praised for her tremendous acting ability and her knack for playing strong female characters. We have no doubt that McGrath would knock a role like Wonder Woman out of the park.

And quite frankly, we think audiences would be more interested in Wonder Woman with McGrath at the helm. We and our trusted partners use cookies and tracking technologies to create custom content for your enjoyment and to provide advertising in line with your interests.

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Eve Torres is a former professional wrestler who appeared during a season one episode of Supergirl as the villain Maxima. Prior to her appearance, it was rumored that she would pop up on the show as that universe's version of Wonder Woman.

Even when that rumor got shut down upon her actual appearance, this did leave people wondering what the new Wonder Woman film would look like if it would was Eve Torres in the lead instead of Gal Gadot.

If one thing is for sure, it's that Torres would have been a much less suitable actress in the role. While professional wrestling and acting do go hand in hand in many ways, there was nothing about Torres's acting ability to impress us enough to say she deserved a chance to even audition for Wonder Woman, yet alone play the part.

In , when DC was still looking for their Wonder Woman, Alexandra Daddario said in an interview that she "would love to" play Wonder Woman in a movie. This was enough to ignite internet rumors that Daddario was in the running to play the character for the DCEU.

If we had to keep it strictly a buck, Daddario would be a superb Wonder Woman. We know that may sound superfluous to say in light of the recent Hollywood fluff she's appeared in -- stuff like Baywatch and The Layover -- but it's all too easy to forget that Daddario has some legitimately impressive acting chops of her own.

She was able to hold her own beside acting greats like Woody Harrelson on True Detective and we're positive she can do the same in an important lead role such as playing Wonder Woman.

Although Gina Carano has been rumored to play the character for quite some time, she admitted in a interview that she was never in the running to play Wonder Woman, never asked to play the part, and has no idea if she was even considered.

On sheer look alone, we understand why so many people want Carano in the role. Some people still argue that Carano would have been a better fit to play Wonder Woman than Gal Gadot is.

However, we need to question Carano's acting ability. Let's not forget that Carano's first and last chance at the Hollywood brass ring as a leading lady came with Steven Soderbergh's Haywire needed to have her performance improved in post-production due to a voice that didn't fit the character.

Whedon's involvement in the project was enough to stir up rumors that Whedon would be looking for his former Firefly star, Morena Baccarin, to fill the ruby red shoes of the character.

When asked for a comment on the speculation, Baccarin replied that the decision was not up to her, but if she was asked, she wouldn't say no. Honestly, the Emmy nominated former star of Homeland would not be a bad fit to play Wonder Woman.

She certainly has the acting ability to pull it off, hence the Emmy; something Gal Gadot has yet to be nominated for. There was once a time where fans considered Megan Fox the perfect fit for Wonder Woman, if only for appearance alone.

She was frequently the subject of fan made stills photoshopping the iconic costume onto Fox, and if we're being perfectly honest, she doesn't look half bad in it.

First off, Fox isn't very tall and Wonder Woman has always been noted for being freakishly tall, much like Gal Gadot herself. Second, let's be honest, Megan Fox is farthest from the best actress Hollywood could ever find to swing the Lasso of Truth.

Still any rumors regarding Megan Fox as Wonder Woman died in when she called the heroine "lame" in an interview. She neglected to admit what role she was in talks with the studio for, but this news did break at a time when DC were still looking for someone to play Wonder Woman for their DC Extended Universe.

Alexander knew that she wasn't likely to get the part since she was contracted to Marvel, but looking back at her role as Lady Sif in retrospect, she essentially already is Marvel's Wonder Woman in that respect.

The experience gives her an edge over Gal Gadot. Katie Holmes has never been very well received by the comic book fandom. When they saw her play Rachel in Batman Begins, it was unanimously agreed that she was atrocious and many found it to be a blessing to see her replaced by Maggie Gyllenhaal later on.

The fandom surely would have rioted had she be given the keys to the kingdom that is the Wonder Woman franchise. Believe it or not, this was a very real possibility not too long ago.

At least according to rumors which suggested that Holmes was in talks to sign on to play Wonder Woman back when Hollywood was anxious to get the character back on the big screen.

Thankfully, Gal Gadot was tramp-stamp-less when she portrayed the character. Katie McGrath first found global acclaim upon playing Morgana throughout the entirety of Merlin's series run.

That acclaim quickly grew to her skyrocketing to fame, using it to star in the major Hollywood production Jurassic World and most recently, being on the show Supergirl playing Lena Luthor.

Every step of the way, McGrath has been praised for her tremendous acting ability and her knack for playing strong female characters.

We have no doubt that McGrath would knock a role like Wonder Woman out of the park. And quite frankly, we think audiences would be more interested in Wonder Woman with McGrath at the helm.

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