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Subj: Re: That's precisely why there needs to be a different approach
Posted: Thu Dec 07, 2017 at 04:13:21 pm EST (Viewed 76 times)
Reply Subj: Re: That's precisely why there needs to be a different approach
Posted: Thu Dec 07, 2017 at 03:25:38 pm EST (Viewed 74 times)

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    Can you imagine that? A film where the ostracized Thing and an oppressed Feminist super-soldier (Thundra) liberate her world from Mahkizmo and his band of sexist pigs? A movie about saving an oppressed femocracy? It would be GOLD I tell you. GOLD!


Hmm. When you put it that way, I start thinking the Invisible Woman might be the best FF member to join up with Thundra.

Can we add the Wasp? I don't know why, but I have this unshakable image of the Invisible Woman and the Wasp out shopping, when all heck breaks loose and they have to save civilization (either ours or someone else's).

Wait a minute - this could be yet another installment of "Marvel Triple Action!"

Sue, the Wasp, and Thundra - united to defeat Mahkizmo! In fact, that's a great title for this episode: "To Defeat Mahkizmo!"

I know you want to showcase the Thing - but come on, man, this one has real possibilities. This will be the feminist movie that feminists everywhere have been waiting for.


Well, let's not over cast it. Definitely include the FF in supporting roles. But we need the Thing to capture the larger demographic at the theater. Plus the Thing's marginalized stature as a superhero is a sure-fire money maker. The goal is to make the FF appealing or interesting to larger audience - and of course this could be Thundra's launching point. Sort of a Feminist's Wonder Woman.




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