Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, thinks that the Hollywood beauties Sandra Bullock and Catherine Zeta-Jones are too old to play the sexy superhero.
Lynda Carter, the actress who became famous for her part as Wonder Woman, thinks that the best choice for the big budget film version of the movie, which is set to be shot in Australia next year, will be an unknown actress in her 20s.
Apparently, neither Sandra Bullock, 40, nor Catherine Zeta-Jones, 35, will have the chance to wear the gold bullet-reflecting bracelets and whirl the magic lasso, as they are considered too old for the part.
19, Tom Cruise's future wife, Katie Holmes, 26 and Jessica Biel (“Seventh Heaven”), 23, are rumored to be among the top candidates.
Meanwhile, Lynda Carter, 53, who is currently promoting her new Disney film, Sky High, co-starring Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston, told reporters in Los Angeles that she would be honored to go to Australia to play a part in the Wonder Woman movie if Hollywood super producer Joel Silver invited her, but only if the role was a one which she “could tie up loose ends”.