Wonder Woman Pilot on the Big Screen Sunday July 24th
No city in America loves Wonder Woman more than San Francisco does, from her early comics in the 40's to her campy TV show from the 70's to her continued comic adventures and there can be no doubt SF will be the most fun city anywhere to catch the Joss Whedon helmed Wonder Woman movie's opening weekend come 2007. One only need to consider that Wonder Woman was created by Dr. William Moulton Marston (a ground breaking psychologist known for his love of feminism, polygamy, bondage, gender role research, as well as for inventing the polygraph test) and it's pretty easy to understand why SF appreciates so many of the varied aspects of the character.
So what could be more fun than a showing of the 1974 Linda Carter pilot in the heart of SF's Mission district? Come laugh, yell, oggle, sing along, eat free popcorn, and be lulled by the beauty that is Wonder Woman along with spacerock bass maestro Stoo Odom (of Thin White Rope & Subarachnoid Space fame), SF author Sherilyn Connelly, and producer/director/musician Jim Fourniadis.
Bad Movie Night featuring Wonder Woman 1974 Pilot @ The Darkroom 2263 Mission St (Between 18th & 19th) Sunday July 24th. 8pm.