Vulture, Haywire star Gina Carano talked about the buzz for her to land the lead in Warner Bros' feature adaptation of Wonder Woman. She goes in depth what her expectations would be along with her thoughts on director Nicolas Winding Refn's (Drive, Only God Forgives, Bronson) purposed involvement. Nicolas on many occasions has mentioned Christina Hendricks for Diana and a supporting role for Ryan Gosling.
"I know! We even had a Wonder Woman reference in the film — did you catch it? One of the cops said something to me like, "Oh, chill out, Wonder Woman." And I thought that was so funny. I said to Steven, "You know there's a little rumor about me and Wonder Woman." And he said mischievously, "Oh, that's interesting."
"Ooooh! That's very interesting because Drive, that had such a unique style and music, and I was like, "I recognize this from somewhere, but where?" And then later I realized it was Cliff Martinez, who had done the score for like 50 Soderbergh movies. So I was like, "Cool." I was into it. I would definitely be into working with [Refn]. One of my favorite superhero movies is Hancock — did you see it? If they could do a superhero movie in a more realistic fashion where you could actually believe in it, I would be up for that. It could still be playful, but that's what I'm representing — the fighting would be real. More than anything, I would want Wonder Woman to be believable, you know?"