NBC’s attempt to remount Wonder Woman as a television series came to naught, but maybe it’s for the best: Nicolas Winding Refn has a plan in mind for a big-screen Wonder Woman that is sure to intrigue fanboys and please Mad Men devotees.
At the U.S. premiere of Refn’s Ryan Gosling neo-noir Drive at the Los Angeles Film Festival last night, Refn referenced the Wonder Woman project he’s long wanted to make, then pointed at his Drive co-star Christina Hendricks and said, “If I ever get to do it, she’s going to be it.”
Hendricks would almost certainly be game — she told Rachael Ray last year that “I’ve been wanting to wear that outfit my whole life … I had Underoos — I had Wonder Woman Underoos.” Warner Bros., sign these people up now!
Christina Hendricks attended the Los Angeles Film Festival’s special screening of “Drive” at the L.A. Live Regal Cinemas on Friday (June 17).
 Public Appearances > 2011 > June 17: 2011 LAFF Premiere of “Drive”
Christina Hendricks talks with The View about Mad Men and her surprise at discovering her female fans are actually more flirtatious than her male admirers.
In an interview with TheWrap.com, Christina Hendricks professes her respect for Mad Men‘s creator, saying that “The show couldn’t be made without Matt Weiner. He is the show.”
Stepping out to salute excellence on the Broadway stage over the past year, Christina Hendricks was on-hand for the 2011 Tony Awards in New York City on Sunday night (June 12).
The “Mad Men” actress was certainly a head-turner as she took the stage at the Beacon Theatre for a reassembly with the all-star cast of the New York Philharmonic’s April 2011 limited run of Company.
 Public Appearances > 2011 > June 12: 65th Annual Tony Awards
Looking gorgeous as always, Christina Hendricks was spotted at the Johnnie Walker WFather’s DayW gifting event in New York City last night (June 9).
 Public Appearances > 2011 > June 9: Johnnie Walker ‘Father’s Day’ gifting event