Fans got to see all of the MCU's female heroes unite for an iconic scene in Endgame, now how about a whole movie focused around Marvel's women?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the biggest thing in Hollywood right now, and has been for a number of years. Avengers: Endgame became the highest-grossing movie at the box office of all time earlier this year, and it is almost a given at this point that if a film has that elusive MCU tag attached to it, it will surpass the $1 billion mark.
Marvel's success is about so much more than making money and breaking records, though. Kevin Feige and the rest of the minds behind the extensive and delicately intertwined series of movies are also trying to break down barriers. That's one of the reasons Black Panther had such a big spotlight shone on it, and the same will be done when Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is released during Phase 4.
Phase 4 will also focus on the females of the MCU in a major way. Black Widow will kick off the franchise's next chapter, while Natalie Portman will become Female Thor in Thor: Love & Thunder. We're also assuming Captain Marvel will be getting a sequel at some point too.
If Brie Larson gets her way, the next time we see Carol Danvers in the MCU will be during an all-female Marvel movie. Larson revealed to Variety that she and some of her other female co-stars have brought up the possibility to Feige. "A lot of the female cast members from Marvel walked up to Kevin and we were like, ‘We are in this together, we want to do this,'," Larson revealed. Feige himself has hinted it's a project he would love to bring to life in the future.
Marvel fans got a sneak-peek of what an all-female MCU movie might look like during Endgame. Towards the end of the epic's final battle, all of the women, led by Captain Marvel, assembled and took the fight to Thanos and his army. That snippet made for one of the best and most iconic moments in the franchise's history, so it makes sense to create a whole movie based around those characters.