Lohan Longs to be "Wonder Woman"?

by | March 24, 2006 | Comments

JoBlo points us towards a goofy little piece from the British tabloids, one that says Lindsay Lohan would love to play Wonder Woman in Joss Whedon‘s upcoming adaptation. Hm. Anyone out there see LL as WW? Didn’t think so.

"The Sun quotes her as saying in regards to what she’d like to work on in the future, "WONDER WOMAN would be cool. I’m trying to find roles right now that are different to anything I’ve done to show my abilities, to show that I have some sort of stretch in me. Because most of the things that I’ve done so far are aimed at younger girls and are light-hearted.""

I suspect that somewhere Joss Whedon is chuckling to himself while thinking "not a shot in hell, girly." (Nothing against Lohan, really, but the idea of her playing Wonder Woman is like Halle Berry playing Catwoman.)

Check out the full story at JoBlo’s, and be sure not to miss the extra pic of Ms. Lohan’s most recent wardrobe malfunction.

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