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‘Ant-Man 2’ Director Makes The Case For Wasp Leading An All-Female Avengers Movie

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As Marvel Studios continues to expand its massively-popular universe, it’s no surprise that more female characters are entering into the mix. After all, comic books have been representing powerful super-women for decades— it’s only a matter of time until they dominate the big screen too.

The Dawn Of A New Era

The events of recent Marvel films have led many to believe that some major character shake-ups are in store. With leading men nearing the end of their contracts, it seems that it could be the perfect time for a new class of heroes to take over.

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Fans have been theorizing about what the next generation of Avengers may look like. More so than ever, these conversations are dominated by the importance of diversity and representation.

So Many Heroines To Choose From

Female superheroes, who rarely held influential positions in the past, are now moving to the forefront of these stories.

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Thanks the introduction of characters like Valkyrie, Captain Marvel, and Wasp (not to mention the increase in attention given to old favorites, Black Widow and Gamora), it would stand to reason that the boys-club era could soon be ending.

Who Would Lead The All-Female Avengers?

Even the creators behind the Marvel cinematic universe want to put more heroines on the map. Recently, Ant-Man and the Wasp director Peyton Reed revealed who he would want to lead an all-female Avengers; none other than the Wasp herself.

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“I’d like her running things. I’d like to see her as the head of the all-female Avengers. I know Evangeline sort of said … maybe that would be Captain Marvel because she does have the word ‘captain’ in her name,” he said. “But I think Hope van Dyne is a very decisive leader and a tactician, in addition to being a brilliant scientist. So she checks a lot of boxes in terms of who’s going to be running the Avengers, theoretically.”

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George R. R. Martin Confirms Timeframe Of Game Of Thrones Prequel Series

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A Look At Jon, Kate, and the Eight Gosselin Kids After First Finding Fame

Fans fell for the Gosselin family when they first went on-air with their story in 2007 on their TLC show Jon & Kate Plus 8. Since documenting life as parents to eight after the birth of twins Mady and Cara was followed by a set of sextuplets, the once tiny tots are now teenagers. And despite the dissolution of Jon and Kate’s coupling and the canceling of their show, Jon and Kate Gosselin have not stopped making headlines. Here we take a look at what life looks like today, for Jon and Kate as they have navigated life as single parents to eight teens.

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