Hey, Marvel/Dis­ney (or Who­ever), this is What our read­ers Want from the Mcu’s first Fe­male-led block­buster!

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MAKE MINE MARVEL

Many of you are op­ti­mistic about the movie, hav­ing faith in Marvel to con­tinue mak­ing ac­ces­si­ble ac­tion block­busters. And glen har­ri­son wants to utilise the mas­sive­ness of its uni­verse: “I would like to see supporting roles for some of the re­cur­ring-but-slightly-over­looked fe­male char­ac­ters of the MU, such as Chris­tine Ever­hart, Lady Sif, Darcy Lewis and Bobbi Morse.”

HAVE QUAL­ITY VIL­LAINS

An­other su­per­hero movie, an­other chance for some great su­pervil­lains. You had many ideas, but one in par­tic­u­lar caught our eye: “The Ab­sorb­ing Man is a bril­liant vil­lain whose ap­pear­ance on the big screen is long over­due. To play him? Ben Kings­ley. Se­ri­ously. Think of him in Sexy Beast – mus­cu­lar and ter­ri­fy­ing,” says Big Brian.

LOOK TO THE STARS

Such is the ver­sa­til­ity of the Marvel Cine­matic Uni­verse, many of you mused as to what sort of Marvel movie it should be. Guardians-like cosmic, or more Earth­bound? medium atomic Weight comes in at an an­gle: “I’d be willing to bend comic book his­tory a lit­tle if it gives us the best-su­per­hero-movie-ti­tle-ever: Cap­tain Marvel & The Star­jam­mers.”

LET YOUNG EYES GAZE UPON IT

With the likes of Dead­pool and Suicide Squad get­ting 15 cer­tifi­cates, and 12s like Dawn Of Jus­tice and X-Men Apoc­a­lypse hardly for the nip­pers, some of you want more fam­ily-friendly fare. “Make it a movie suit­able for kids to see,” writes char­lie hall. “Sick of all these su­per­hero epics that young­sters can’t go to. (And I mean make it a PG, not a 12.)”

BE SU­PER, GIRL

You do want to take one leaf out of DC’s book – claire smith was one of sev­eral with this sort of com­ment: “Adopt the same sort of pos­i­tive, feel-good vibe as the Su­per­girl TV se­ries has. None of that mopey, grey­ish non­sense.” And so say all of us.

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