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This is really odd. Just couple days ago during a radio show held by The Power Geeks (@thepowergeeks) and Kristen Rielly of The Geek Girls Network (@geekgirls), we were chit-chatin’ about how ugly the new “fixed” Wonder Woman costume still was and how it didn’t seem to fit on Adrianne Palicki correctly. We were joking about how the pants were so baggy (enough to tuck a roll of quarters in it) so they can avoid the dreaded “camel toe” and how her top was so damn low that one or both of her boobs were going to pop out. It was all for laughs, but deep inside, we knew we were serious. Well, right now, the big thing going down in Hollywood is the filming of David E. Kelly’s ‘Wonder Woman’ pilot in front of the famous, El Capitan Theatre. Fans, tourists, press, random onlookers, and paparazzi were out in full force to take any candid photos and video of Adrianne in her costume. Even iGT featured it on our site couple days ago. Well, considering there are HUNDREDS of amateur photos and videos out on the web, somebody apparently caught a little “nipslip” (nipslip is the term used for “an accidentally revealed nipple.”) action during a chase scene through the streets of Los Angeles on his freakin’ iPhone!!! Thank God for the iPhone! It’s a bit blurry, but it still proves the point that there can never be enough double-sided tape. Check it out before YouTube removes it. Damn them.

Hit the jump and check out the video. The “incident” happens at 1:28. Enjoy ya pervs.

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Couple weeks ago, EW gave us a first look of Adrianne Palicki in her Wonder Woman costume for David E. Kelly’s television pilot. As soon as the picture was released, the web erupted with complaints about how crappy the outfit looked and how the outfit kind of looked like it was meant for a stripper. Well, a DailyBlam! reader recently captured a photo of Adrianne Palicki during a production shoot in front of the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. After closer inspection of the photos, it was obvious that there was a difference between the first Wonder Woman costume picture and the one from the set. The biggest change I notice is the boots are now the classic red and not a blue that matches her pants. Along with that the blue pants seems to be a big darker than the original, but it could be because it was shot during the night. All I can say is that we can mark this down as a win for us! The fans bitched and somebody must have listened. Especially if the costume design was changed during mid production of the pilot. Unfortunately, I was one of the few that complained about how they covered up Wonder Woman’s glorious legs and from the photos, its going to stay that way. However, even if that is the case, I would have to say that Adrianne Palicki looks pretty impressive as Wonder Woman.

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Entertainment Weekly released the first picture of Adrianne Palicki in her Wonder Woman costume for the television series pilot. I’m not sure what to think of this. At first glance, I do like the tight fitting costume (because I’m a dude I guess…), but after staring for a couple minutes, I’m not sure if I like it anymore. I can see that the David E. Kelly’s new Wonder Woman logo is featured on the bust are (blush…) and the belt, but for some reason, the tight blue pants really throws the whole costume off. It makes it even worse that the blue matches the colors of her boots as well. Am I just so used to Wonder Woman showing off her impressive long Amazonian legs in the comics that these pants make me hate this costume? I like the bracelets and I dig the lasso and corset, but those damn pants! I can’t believe I’m complaining about skin tight pants on a beautiful lady. EW also reveals that David E. Kelly will also work in Wonder Woman’s plane and promises that this will not be a campy take on Wonder Woman. I don’t know… a plane sounds campy to me already. I wonder if  its invisible as well…

Hit the jump to check out Adrianne Palicki’s in her full Wonder Woman costume.

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