Actress Keri Russell makes her animation debut as the voice of the title character in Wonder Woman, the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies arriving today (March 3) on DVD, Blu-ray, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View as well as available for download.
Following her first-ever voiceover recording for an animated film, as Wonder Woman, she chatted about the cool factor of owning an invisible jet, Halloween costumes of her youth, potential future Russell-Fillion co-starring roles, and a super hero supplies store.
Release date: March 3, 2009
Actress Rosario Dawson provides the voice of Amazonian warrior Artemis in Wonder Woman, the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies due from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation on March 3, 2009. Warner Home Video will distribute the all-new film, which will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.
Rosario took some time to discuss her role in Wonder Woman, her adoration of Neil Gaiman, her love for anything in the comics realm, and much more.
Wonder Woman, the fourth entry in the DC Universe animated original movie series, will receive a West Coast big screen premiere at WonderCon on February 27, 2009 in the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The 6:00 p.m. screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring filmmakers and voice cast, including animation legend Bruce Timm and Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen. Filmmakers will also screen the world premiere of the first footage of Green Lantern: First Flight, an upcoming DC Universe animated original movie.
Presented by Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics, the all-new Wonder Woman animated original movie will be distributed by Warner Home Video on March 3, 2009. Wonder Woman will be available as a Single Disc DVD, 2-Disc Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Disc. The animated original movie will also be available OnDemand and Pay-Per-View, as well as available for download day and date, March 3, 2009.
Madsen, making her first-ever Con appearance, provides the voice of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons and mother to Diana/Wonder Woman. She is joined in the stellar voice cast by Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion, Alfred Molina, Rosario Dawson, Oliver Platt and David McCallum.
An autograph session for all panelists is being scheduled for Saturday, February 28.
Nathan Fillion, star of Joss Whedon’s “Firefly” and “Serenity,” will do double duty this March as the title character in ABC’s “Castle” and the voice of Steve Trevor in “Wonder Woman,” the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies due from Warner Bros. Animation on March 3, 2009.
Fillion found time away from his upcoming series to chat about his tendency to play the anti-hero, an unrelenting Halo addiction, Canadian super heroes, and Keri Russell’s tiara.
Vicki Lewis makes her second foray into the world of super heroes as Persephone, a key character among the Amazons in “Wonder Woman,” the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies.
Warner Home Video will release the all-new “Wonder Woman” on March 3, 2009 on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View and Download.
Lewis made her DCU film debut in “Justice League: The New Frontier” as Iris West, fiancé to the Flash. However, Lewis is no stranger to animation, having voiced characters in “Finding Nemo,” “King of the Hill,” “Ben 10: Alien Force” and the upcoming “Penguins of Madagascar” among many more.
Lewis found time in her busy schedule to talk about finding the voice of a character, channeling Velma Kelly, and an addiction to Tetris.
Bruce Timm heads an impressive cast and crew as producer of “Wonder Woman,” the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 movies due on March 3, 2009. Warner Home Video will distribute the movie on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View and via digital download.
Fans in the New York area will have a chance to see the premiere of “Wonder Woman” at New York ComicCon on Friday, February 6 in the IGN Theatre at The Javits Center. Timm will lead the post-premiere panel and also be available for autographs during a midday signing session on Saturday, February 7.
The three-time Emmy Award winner took few moments to discuss the evolution of the made-for-DVD movies, Lauren Montgomery’s rise to stardom, his 20-year working collaboration with Andrea Romano, and Wonder Woman’s boots.
Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen brings her voice to the role of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, for “Wonder Woman,” the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 films. The all-new film will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View, and download on March 3, 2009.
Madsen has appeared in “Dune,” “Candyman,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” “Sideways” and done notable work in super hero animation. Madsen voiced Dr. Sarah Corwin and Roulette in four episodes of “Justice League” and Arella in an episode of “Teen Titans,” as well as a two-episode turn as Silver Sable in “Spider-Man.”
Writer Michael Jelenic makes the leap from animated television to feature-length films with his script for “Wonder Woman,” the next entry in the series of DC Universe animated original PG-13 films. The all-new film will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View, and download on March 3, 2009.
Jelenic is well-known for his work at Warner Bros. Animation, providing the words to series like “The Batman,” “Legion of Super Heroes” and the newest Dark Knight animated series, “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.”
Jelenic stepped away from his laptop to answer a few questions about the thoughts behind the words and story of “Wonder Woman,” the challenges of pleasing every fan, and the un-coolness of working in the comics realm.
Criminal investigation meets Greek mythology when current primetime television stars David McCallum and Marg Helgenberger assume the voices of Zeus and Hera, respectively, for “Wonder Woman,” the all-new animated movie scheduled for release on March 3, 2009; available on DVD, Blu-ray, OnDemand, Pay-Per-View, and Download.
McCallum, known to current TV audiences as Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard in the hit CBS series “NCIS” adds “Wonder Woman” to an animation resume that already includes the DC Universe movie “Batman Gotham Knight” and TV series “Ben 10” and “The Replacements.”
Helgenberger is best known for her role in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” where she is approaching her 200th episode as Catherine Willows, the series’ female lead.
The two actors took some time to answer a few brief questions during their recording sessions for “Wonder Woman.” Here’s what they had to say:
QUESTION: You’ve played a number of interesting roles, but what’s your take on voicing a god?
MARG HELGENBERGER: Well, as the saying goes, behind every great man is an even greater woman. I guess playing Hera means that I’m, well, not only Queen of the Gods, I’m better than he is! [she laughs]