We’ll see about that when it is required to carry something heavy.
Ba yes in the midst of all these corones testostéronées, we are still waiting for the first film of superhéroïne at Marvel (we’re not counting Elektra , right?). DC had tamped the pawn in the company of Mickey with Wonder Woman, movie pretty nice but that feminism was a façade.
While fans are still waiting for the adventures solo of Black Widow, another warrior of the MCU could be the double in the race for the girl power. Acolyte of Thor during the first two opus, Valkyrie, played by Tessa Thompson, will have a role more consistent in Thor : Ragnarok , where it should have its own arc narrative. During a press conference, the actress had said that it would be necessary to put more emphasis on the female on the big screen.
With Loki in Thor : Ragnarok
When asked about this, the honcho Kevin Feige (the boss of the MCU) had replied to him “that it would be a hell of a good idea”.
Tessa Thompson had pointed out :”Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss with a lot of women of the Marvel universe and I directly asked Kevin about a movie with all these superhéroïnes. One for each of them.’
Feige was quick to respond in ways that are amusing enough : “It is an interesting time to be somewhere, that someone hits you on the shoulder, you turn around and you see all these super women planted there, asking me ‘what about us ?’ So obviously, I am leaving !’
Evangeline Lilly in Ant-Man and the Wasp
Captain Marvel, scheduled for 6 march 2019 with Brie Larson in the combination, will open the festivities on Marvel women.
It is true that the catalogie Marvel has heroes that could carry a movie alone : Natasha Romanoffs aka Black Widow, Wanda Maximoff aka the Red Witch, Hope Van Dyne aka the Wasp, is very much expected in Ant-Man and the Wasp, not to mention the heroines of Black Panther. A blockbuster movie with Scarlett Johansson, Tessa Thompson, Brie Larson, Evangeline Lilly, Elizabeth Olsen, Lupita’nyong o… Yes, there is plenty to do.
“We only talk when he need to wear something heavy”