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    Updated on May 20, 2019. Posted on May 7, 2019

    17 Reasons Why We Need An All-Female Avengers Movie Right Now

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    I think it's pretty obvious that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of my favorite movie franchises of all time.

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    And while I've loved watching every movie over the last 11 years, there's one thing that's been missing: an all-female Avengers movie.

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    With the recent release of Avengers: Endgame, which featured a badass scene with all of the female Avengers, fans are begging for a film centered on all of them.

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    Because I'm also desperate for a female-led MCU movie, I've rounded up some reasons why now is the perfect time for it:

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    1. First, there are currently more female characters in the MCU than ever before β€” in fact, there are over 25 main female cast members as of Avengers: Endgame.

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    2. Captain Marvel's success at the box office should not go unnoticed, and the film needs to be the first in a long line of female-led movies.

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    3. The material for an all-female Avengers movie already exists in the form of the A-Force comics.

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    4. While a lot of the members of A-Force have yet to be introduced, we already have some core members, like Captain Marvel, Scarlet Witch, and Sharon Carter.

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    Also, the team has included Jessica Jones, Spider-Woman, Karolina Dean, Gertrude Yorkes, and Nico Minoru, all characters who exist in other Marvel TV shows or movies.

    5. Also, A-Force notably deals with the idea of alternate realities and dimensions, which could be where the MCU is headed based on the latest Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer.

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    6. Marvel is known for creating gender-swapped versions of iconic characters, and with a new phase of the MCU coming, this is the perfect time.

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    In fact, A-Force notably featured a female version of Loki and Hawkeye.

    7. Besides the A-Force comics, Marvel also has the Lady Liberators, which includes a team led by Valkyrie that consists of Wasp, Black Widow, and Scarlet Witch.

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    Tessa Thompson brought up her interest to star in Lady Liberators in 2017.

    8. Similar to how The Avengers is a combination of several solo films, a female-led Avengers movie could be the culmination of Captain Marvel, Black Widow, the women of Black Panther, and so much more.

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    9. In terms of why this movie should come after Avengers: Endgame, Natasha Romanoff's death cannot be for nothing.

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    Listen, watching Natasha Romanoff die hit me in a way I wasn't expecting, and I refuse to believe her death is the end of her story.

    10. As the only original female Avenger, Natasha's death DESERVES to be the reason all of the remaining women assemble.

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    And if she doesn't stay dead (yes, I'm in denial), it would be even better that she gets to be part of it all.

    11. Also, Thor made Valkyrie the King of Asgard in Endgame and you better believe I won't be forgetting that anytime soon.

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    12. Also, Avengers: Endgame is only the second time we've seen Carol Danvers, so if the Iron Man franchise is any indication, we're just getting started with her story.

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    13. If we look behind the scenes, the actors in the MCU are more determined than ever to make an all-female Avengers movie happen, so I think it's time we listened.

    14. In fact, in 2017, Tessa Thompson, Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Saldana, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, and Pom Klementieff pitched an all-female movie to Kevin Feige.

    15. And Scarlett Johansson will be a producer on Black Widow, making her the only MCU actor that will star in and produce a Marvel movie.

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    16. Also, Cate Shortland will direct the upcoming Black Widow movie, making her only the second woman to direct an MCU movie and the first to direct one solo.

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    17. Basically, like Okoye said in Infinity War, it's time all of our female Avengers, on-screen and behind, come down and join the fight for an entire movie, not just a single scene.

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    So, please, all I ask is that in the next phase of MCU movies, there are not only more women-led films, but an all-female Avengers team-up!

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