Lynda Carter is among the most attractive women who has ever lived. That's partly why she was cast as Wonder Woman in the 1970s tv show. Anyone who portrays Wonder Woman has to live up to Carter's portrayal of the Amazon princess as a tough, intelligent, and caring person without a hint of any character flaws.
In today's movie environment there's a trend of "going dark"--the good guys (and gals!) have an evil edge, or a dark secret, or they give in to human foibles or other weaknesses. I'm not a fan of that trend, I want to see my good guys (and gals!) be good guys (and gals!). I want them to be better than the rest of us, not just stronger--and that's how Carter played Wonder Woman.
In 2017 Warner Bros. is going to release a Wonder Woman movie. Just a look at the released picture leads me to fear that Wonder Woman is going to be less Wonder and more Woman:
Anyone with special abilities can kick butt and take names. There's more to Wonder Woman than just that.