From start to finish, “Wonder Woman” packs the punch of an Amazonian warrior in the heat of battle. The fourth DC Universe animated film proves itself as the strongest feature yet, thanks to its perfect match of action, comedy, voice acting and animation. or an audience quick with plenty of cheers and very few jeers, “Wonder Woman” was nothing short of wonderful. Continue reading NYCC REVIEW: “Wonder Woman”
Keri Russell, who voices the title character in the upcoming animated Wonder Woman DVD movie, told SCI FI Wire that the film marked her first venture into voice work and that playing Diana/Wonder Woman fulfilled a childhood ambition.
Russell is part of a voice cast that includes Nathan Fillion as Col. Steve Trevor, Alfred Molina as Ares, Rosario Dawson as Artemis and Virginia Madsen as Hippolyta. The movie was produced by DC animation legend Bruce Timm. SCI FI Wire spoke with Russell about Wonder Woman when she was promoting Bedtime Stories. Following are edited excerpts from that exclusive interview. The Wonder Woman DVD movie drops on March 3. Continue reading Keri Russell spent two hours grunting to voice Wonder Woman
Last night Keri attented WET’s Risk takers Film Series Featuring Keri Russell at the Calhoun School in NY.
– Events WET’s Risk takers Film Series
Finally new pictures of Keri in 2009 year. Keri with Shane Deary and 19-month-old River enjoyed an afternoon stroll through their snow covered Brooklyn neighborhood on Tuesday.
– Candids January 20 2009
Sadly there are no news about Keri. I found some old candids of Keri at LAX on December 17.
– Candids December 17 2008
Get ready for a very funny Edward Norton in the upcoming “Leaves of Grass” feature, to hear costar Keri Russell tell it: “I had a hard time not cracking up in some scenes. I couldn’t control myself.” “Leaves of Grass” is the comedy from Tim Blake Nelson that has Norton playing twins — one an Ivy League classics professor, the other a career criminal with a fondness for pot. Continue reading Edward Norton Makes It Hard For Keri Russell Not To Laugh
Keri Russell has been acting more than half her life. The 32-year-old Fountain Valley native started working in front of the cameras when she was 15 as a member of the Disney Channel’s “New Mickey Mouse Club.” Since then she has starred in multiple television and film projects from “Felicity” to “Waitress.” And Russell has loved every minute of it. Continue reading Keri Russell doesn’t have to wait for work after ‘Felicity’
FORGET about Bond Girls, the new breed in town is the Adam Sandler Girl. They’re a slightly more wholesome collection than 007’s conquests, but no less sassy. The latest member of this exclusive group is Keri Russell, who was hand-chosen by Sandler himself to play the romantic lead in Bedtime Stories, Disney’s Christmas film. Continue reading The mouseketeer that soared
Keri Russell made a name for herself as contemplative, impulsive college student Felicity Porter on WB’s Felicity, which aired from 1998 to 2002. And this holiday, she’s Adam Sandler’s love interest in the family flick Bedtime Stories, about a handyman whose tall tales magically start to come true. Continue reading Keri Russell shares work-time, home-time stories