Before Gal Gadot's film series, Wonder Woman almost had a very different origin story on television.
Before 'Empire Strikes Back,' George Lucas had author Alan Dean Foster write the vastly different "Splinter of the Mind's Eye" as sequel to the 1977 space opera.
Before Pattinson, Affleck, Bale and Keaton, there was a different A-lister on the drawing board. The man behind every big-screen Batman spills details of the superhero's secret cinematic origins.
Smith recounts wild experience writing "Superman Lives," which could have featured Sean Penn as the Man of Steel — without the ability to fly or his famous red and blue suit.