15 Female Superheroes Who Deserve A Movie Of Their Own
Do you know who'd replace Batman?

It's not a big secret that Hollywood is a male-dominated industry. Well, almost majority of the people believe it to be so. And these aren't just my words, but it's a common notion. And the reference has been seen innumerable times when DC and Marvel converted their comic books into live-action films.

Almost all of them (except the recent release, Wonder Woman) have focused on male character as their lead artist. It is visible that most of the male superheroes have gotten their separate films. And some of them were lucky to get three of them (take Iron Man for instance).

The world is changing at a high pace, and today, females hold the same position in our society as men, and if they're progressing in all walks of life, then why not in the films?

That's why we at WittyFeed have compiled the list of famous female characters who deserve their solo films. 

Have a look!

Negasonic Teenage Warhead

Negasonic Teenage Warhead

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Brianna Hildebrand turned heads around even when she appeared for not more than 10 minutes in Deadpool. While Ryan Reynolds gave us more of action, she made sure we don't forget to laugh. If she could do this much in just 10 minutes of her role, imagine what she'd do if she gets the entire female superhero film.

Jean Grey

Jean Grey

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The moment news leaked that Sophie Turner is going to be the part of 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' her fans wanted to see her doing an individual film. Her character in the movie was much similar to that of her another strong and controversial character in the television series, Game of Thrones. Just like her character Sansa, Jean Grey in the X-Men suffers from her power and gift, like an outcast in the world who wishes to live a normal life.

Mystique

Mystique

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Well, if there's anyone who could start the legacy of female superheroes is none other than Jennifer Lawrence. The highest paid actress in the world. However, she has been a supporter of equal pay, respect, and attention for women in the industry. This lady deserves to get her film of the female superhero.

Elektra

Elektra

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You've probably seen no portrayal of Elektra (except for 2005 film) in the movies, apart from the little brief which was played in 'Daredevil'. This particular character in the comic series is badly assaulted. Thus, this story will be a wonderful inspirational cinematic experience to watch.

Supergirl

Supergirl

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Have you ever wondered is there any Supergirl, just like Superman? Well, the answer will be yes. The two season old, 2015's TV series that has gained a huge fan following has received 97% acceptance rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Melissa Benoist's portrayal of Supergirl has garnered her fans from all around the world.

X-23

X-23

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To speak the truth, this girl was better than Hugh Jackman in the film Logan. Now, the sad part is that we all know Jackman will not be portraying the Wolverine anymore, so it's hard to believe that we'll get to see her in any other universe. Therefore, it is important for X-23 to carry her legacy forward and get a movie of her own.

Ms. Marvel

Ms Marvel

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Kamala Khan, a teenager who lives in a world of Marvel Comics. She aspires to become like her idol, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers). Now, when Kamala gets her powers, she officially adopts a new name and turns into Ms. Marvel. There's already a movie, Captain Marvel, which is due to release in 2019.

Scarlet Witch aka Wanda Maximoff

Scarlet Witch aka Wanda Maximoff

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Elizabeth Olsen made her first appearance as the false constructed red witch in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron.' The natural goodness, destructive powers and strikingly beautiful looks are something that Marvel should aim to capitalize next.

Batgirl

Batgirl

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Thankfully, this film is also under pre-production process. But still, nothing can be said about it. As Joss Whedon is writing and directing the film, it seems that Batgirl's character is in good hands.

Jubilee

Jubilee

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One of the most underrated X-Men characters, Jubilee deserves the movie of her own. Her abilities aren't used to their full limits even in the X-Men series, so it'll be refreshing for the audience to see her in the entire film.

Ironheart

Ironheart

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As happened with Thor, Tony Stark has left his role as a superhero in the comics as well. Now, a young girl named Riri Williams wears his suit and uses the name Ironheart. Introducing Ironheart aka Riri Williams, instead of Tony Stark would be a revolutionary step from Marvel Comic Universe.

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn

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If there's one girl that ruled the entire superhero movie, then it's Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. The lady doctor who turned criminal in the film was magical. It was her twisted character and dark sense of humor that kept the film together.

She-Hulk

She-Hulk

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As the male Hulk's performance in the solo movies hasn't been too good lately, the Marvel Studios may try and take a chance with She-Hulk, as it would bring new and refreshing storyline with the same character. It'll be entirely an exciting showdown.

Mockingbird

Mockingbird

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ABC failed to adapt Mockingbird in their television series (at least they tried). Though, this character can be a beautiful depiction on screen, as it'll be one of those female superheroes who doesn't rely on power to get things done.

Black Widow

Black Widow

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Agent Natasha Romanoff is that one beautiful and smart woman that the world needs the most. This naturally beautiful female superhero has the much-needed sex appeal that any woman dreams for. Giving the character her touch, Scarlett Johansson plays it the character with 'woman's touch,' ensuring the safety of others.

That's all, folks!

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