Never was there a Moviefile writer happier than I when she found out there was talk around town of Keanu Reeves starring in a movie titled Plastic Man. The jokes rolled out before me like the waves in Point Break. If ever there was a part Keanu Reeves was born to play, it would be... well, actually, it was the part of Theodore Logan from Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, but a close second is a character named "Plastic Man." I was ready to hand the man a preemptive Oscar. And then, of course, I did a little research.
MTV has managed to get its Lasso of Truth around Leonard Goldberg and Joel Silver, who are producing the first-ever Wonder Woman film. The project, which for a time had been in the hands of Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon (Whedon claims he quit the project because of a difference between he and Silver/Goldberg), is rolling along, according the producers, who are just "waiting for the script to come in." After the Whedon debacle (Whedon was set to both write and direct), the producers are taking the "old school" route, as they call it, and waiting for a script they commissioned to come in before taking that script to interested directors.