Afternoon Links: Joss Whedon Thinks a Lot About Wonder Woman, Humanity’s End

Tim Grierson
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Joss Whedon, as we previously mentioned, may be on the precipice of becoming a Big-Time Movie Person. But that doesn't mean he doesn't have regrets. One of the biggest is that he never was able to make his big-screen version of "Wonder Woman." He talked about the project a bit in a recent interview, but his best quote has nothing to do with the woman with the golden lasso. "Well, I think the world is largely awful, and getting worse, and eventually the human race will die out," he says. "And it'll be our own fault." But make sure you see "The Avengers" first! [Rookie via Vulture]

Maybe you heard that MGM is developing a "Where's Waldo?" live-action movie. But what's the plot going to be? We don't know, but Movieline has five suggestions. Nos. 1 and 2 are our favorites. [Movieline]

We're in a golden age of hockey movies. Well, we might be soon. Kevin Smith is doing "Hit Somebody," and today we saw the red-band trailer for "Goon," which stars Seann William Scott and Liev Schreiber. There is a lot of punching and a lot of swearing. Maybe we're just low on sleep, but this looks kind of hilarious. [ComingSoon]