Uma Thurman is the name that comes to my mind. I like Jennifer Garner but don't know if she would fit the role.
--Previous Message-- : How cool is the news that there is gonna be an : Avengers movie..? MEGA COOL I say..! : : Rather than debate whether Ms Marvel should : feature in said movie (I'm assuming we are : all fans here... so of COURSE we'd want her : in it..! lol..!) : : So... who are your pics for A-list talent to : be cast as the Female Fury herself in this : live-action..? who has the star-power... : the acting cred... and on-screen charisma to : do a RDJnr to our Carol..? : : ...feel free to post your suggestions... : throw in some reasons, if inclined... maybe : even a piccy or two... (I'll do the same) : ...I think its fun to speculate..! : : I will get back with some other choices... : but my first... whilst not quite a dead-set : A-lister.. is Jerri Ryan - who played : Seven-of-Nine on Star-trek... am not sure if : she has the profile to pull it off.. but her : charisma made me think she would be a good : candidate to at least consider : : any other suggestions..? : : Cheers : Cas :
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