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Rachel Bilson is (Probably Not) Wonder Woman

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bill-swift - September 15, 2006

Alright, lets go ahead and clear something up. Just because you read something on the Internet, does not mean it's true. Shocking, I know.

Anyway, the latest Hollywood casting rumour has Rachel Bilson already cast as Wonder Woman in the big screen adaptation, even though there is nothing even close to any official word from Warner Brothers, according to Life Style Extra (who are actually just running some lame report off some wire service).

The brunette actress - best known for playing ditzy Summer Roberts in the hit teen series - will don the famous starred hot pants and wield her gold whip in the film.




Bilson has already proved her suitability for the iconic part, after she donned a Wonder Woman outfit for a sexy seduction scene in 'The O.C.'.

Okay, let's just take a look at this. Other than this purely speculative "report," the only thing Rachel Bilson has in common with Wonder Woman is dark hair, a pretty face, and the fact that she wore the costume on a TV show once.

She's too short, too frail, and too cute to even be remotely considered for the role. Let's also keep in mind that the script isn't finished, and pretty much every actress in Hollywood has been connected to the role at one point or another.

Remember, don't believe everything you read on the Internet.

This video is probably the first, last, and only time you'll ever see .

And in this video, from IESB, we learn that

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And here's Rachel at the premiere for The Last Kiss, a movie that she's actually in.



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