Film Today in Nerd
posted by November 7 at 15:55 PMon
There was a website that went up a few days ago, at the address wonder-who.com. It featured some little girls looking up at a brick wall and a poster that said ‘It’s time for a new “W”’. Every day a little more of the poster was pulled away to reveal the poster beneath. One day it read “A woman’s job is never done,” which is very close to the actual expression about how a woman’s work is never done.
Finally, the top poster was pulled away to reveal this movie poster:
It’s Megan Fox in a Wonder Woman costume, with a bunch of helicopters and tanks behind her, presumably as an advance for an upcoming Wonder Woman movie. The problem here is that there is no Wonder Woman movie coming out. Warner Brothers, who owns the rights to any potential movie, have denied any involvement on the Wonder Woman film website front. The entire thing was produced by a Wonder Woman fanboy—I’m assuming it’s a boy, here, and I’ll apologize if it turns out I’m wrong—who’s apparently trying to build publicity for Megan Fox to star in a Wonder Woman movie. He photoshopped Fox into the picture and even applied logos for Warner Brothers and DC Comics, as though it was a real website for a real upcoming movie.
Thank God, on this week of all weeks, this anonymous fanboy put all this energy into making sure Megan Fox would star in the not-even-close-to-being-a-reality Wonder Woman movie. His bravery and resolve should be an inspiration for us all.