Lynda Carter Is Reportedly In Talks To Return As Wonder Woman In The Flash Movie


It’s being reported that Lynda Carter is in talks to return as Wonder Woman in the upcoming The Flash movie. This news comes to us from The Vulcan Reporter, so maybe take it with a pinch of salt.

That said, many of his scoops do turn out to be true, and I have a feeling he might be right as far as this one’s concerned. The Flash movie is said to be resetting the DCEU movies, and it looks like a whole load of actors from the DC Comics movies’ past will be turning up.

We already know that Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck are returning as their respective versions of Batman. We’re now hearing that Lynda Carter will be returning as Wonder Woman, a character she played in the 1970s TV show. However, it’s still unclear whether she’ll be playing that particular version of the character.

Lynda Carter is supposedly in talks to return as Wonder Woman in The Flash movie


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Andy Muschietti is directing The Flash movie, and he’s working off a script written by Christina Hodson who wrote the Bumblee movie and Birds of Prey. It sounds like this film will be a celebration of the DC Comics movies, which I am all in for.

Here’s what The Vulcan Reporter himself, Emre Kaya, wrote about Lynda Carter returning as Wonder Woman in The Flash movie:

However, it is currently unclear if Carter’s character will be from a different universe or from a different timeline. Although, Carter’s Wonder Woman being from a different universe seems likely given the inclusion of Michael Keaton’s Batman, who is from Tim Burton’s two-film universe.

What do you make of this news? Would you like to see Lynda Carter return as Wonder Woman in The Flash movie? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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