• I agree with Slashfilm's Peter Sciretta that I'm not sure how to feel about the possibility of Beyoncé Knowles playing Wonder Woman, but I do think it's odd that no one has taken on Wonder Woman at all, given the number of superhero adaptations that have floated by in the last few years. Two Hulk movies and no Wonder Woman? I think it's time for Wonder Woman to file with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The surprisingly successful film debut of the weekend, more on CNN's terrible hologram, and what it feels like to be the "Why Obama Can't Win" guy, after the jump...
• Also from Slashfilm: Christopher Nolan is being sued by Batman. The city of Batman, that is.
• How big was Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa this weekend? Very big. More than $60 million big. But, as Variety points out, perhaps the bigger surprise is the strong debut of the comedy Role Models, which did almost twice as well in its first weekend as the much more buzzed-about Zack And Miri Make A Porno, which bowed last weekend. What can we say? America loves Paul Rudd. And rightly so.
• Mo Ryan of the Chicago Tribune did a little digging to find out how much CNN might have spent on that awful hologram technology on Election Night. The answer? Probably a lot. CNN isn't sure when they might use the technology again. Good call, CNN.
• Science-fiction blog io9 offers a helpful tutorial about Twilight, the phenomenon that is about to annoy you nearly to death, if it hasn't already.
• The creation of a catchy subtitle is one of the worst, most painful, most pointless parts of writing a book, and never has a person had as much reason to loathe the whole dirty business as Shelby Steele, the author of A Bound Man: Why We're Excited About Obama And Why He Can't Win. The New York Times went back to check on how he's feeling about the subtitle these days, and -- surprise! -- he plans to change it when the book comes out in paperback. He stands by everything he wrote in the book, of course. Except on the cover, maybe.