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