A new website, wonder-who.com, has released the above image of Megan Fox as Wonder Woman attempting to force studio executives to cast Fox over already cast model/actress Megan Gale.
Fox, rated as one of the sexiest women in the world, was mocked up in the movie-style trailer which teased fans this week with political-type slogans, including, “It’s time for a new ‘W'” and an Obama-esque “A real change is coming”.
The campaign was deemed credible in movie gossip circles, given the trailer featured the company logos of Warner Bros, Legendary Pictures and DC Comics.
However, London’s The Guardian newspaper exposed the fan fraud in a blog entitled: “The week in geek.”
Confidential was out yesterday searching for a comment from Gale over the cyber push to unseat her from her Wonder Woman role, but her publicist said her Justice League contract with Warner Bros prevented her from speaking on the controversy saying:
“Megan has an agreement with Warner Bros that she cannot comment on details of film projects that she’s been linked with and she has to respect that request.”
Australian actress and supermodel Megan Gale (pictured below) was set to play the star-spangled heroine in the stalled Justice League team-up movie.
In August, Gale claimed filming on the project would resume next year, and last month she claimed the script was being reworked to tie in with the storyline of Batman blockbuster The Dark Knight. Gale said the film was slated for a 2011 release.
A solo Wonder Woman movie is still planned, with producers waiting for a script and Dannii Minogue eager to step into the role.