Following the news late last week that NBC has picked up David E. Kelley's "Wonder Woman" pilot comes word, via TV Line that the network may already have a name lined up to take on the pilot: Charlie's Angels and Terminator Salvation director McG.
Outside his name, details are few and, indeed, reports are still unconfirmed, though McG's credits (primarily the two Charlie's Angels films) showcase both an ability to blend television and cinema-scale narrative as well as a bankable use of strong female protagonists.
Kelley, who is in charge of developing the pilot, is best known for creating series like "Ally McBeal," "Chicago Hope" and, most recently, "Boston Legal." He has also drafted screenplays for films like Lake Placid and Mystery, Alaska.
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