PHOTOS: Gal Gadot? Our kick-a** Wonder Woman picks

Dec 5, 2013 at 11:05 a.m. ET

Some folks really take their comic book heroes seriously, don't they? While everyone sucks the wind out of Gal Gadot's sails by saying she's not right to play Wonder Woman (really, people?) we bring a few of our own tongue-in-cheek suggestions...

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis sort of ticked off women everywhere when she told Glamour U.K. that if you're not losing weight, you're not trying hard enough. (Talk to us again when you're over age 40 and have had a couple kids, honey.) She landed Ashton Kutcher, so she must possess super powers of some kind.
Cindy Crawford
Cindy Crawford
Cindy Crawford has the gams, the guns and the cheekbones to play a unforgettable Wonder Woman. Yeah, so she can't act. Does it matter? Wonder Woman doesn't say that much anyway — it's not as if this role requires a Meryl Streep type of performance.
Catherine Zeta Jones
Catherine Zeta-Jones
It's no wonder Michael Douglas wants Catherine Zeta-Jones back. She's amazing. She's gorgeous and she can sing and dance — Wonder Woman the Musical, anyone? (For those who think she's "too old," she's a scat three years older than Ben Affleck, who has been cast as Batman.)
Vanity Fair put Beyoncé and hubby Jay Z at the top of its "The Powers That Be" list, so it only makes sense that Queen B should play the most bad-a** comic book heroine.
Sofia Vergara
Sofia Vergara
How many bad guys do you think would be left if there was a superhero who gave them a "Colombian necktie" (as Gloria on Modern Family has threatened to do) when they commit a crime?
Khloe Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian
This Wonder Woman wannabe list wouldn't be complete without one of the Kardashians, and we choose Khloé. Gal Gadot is being criticized for not being "Amazonian" enough, but Khloé's physique is very Wonder Woman-esque.
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