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Captain Marvel

  1. Pull It Together: Hawkeye, Captain Marvel, Future’s End, and a Bunch of Joss Whedon for a Dollar

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  2. 6 Weird Marvel Characters Who Probably Won’t Show Up In Film Before Captain Marvel or Black Panther

    DOOP

    Take heart, diversity-minded Marvel fans! Black Panther and Captain Marvel will totally end up in a film before any of these (mostly) heartwarming weirdos. We hope.

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  3. Marvel Might Be In Final Talks For a Doctor Strange, and Other MCU Rumors

    Surprise!

    Of course, you can probably already guess who it is.

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  4. LEGO SuperFriends Project Takes Girly Minifigs And Makes Them Into Heroes

    Everything is awesome!

    The LEGO Friends line of products got a lot of flak from feminist critics when it was first introduced, mostly because it took what was envisioned as a completely gender-neutral toy and turned it into a very tradition-conforming example of femininity. The pastel-hued sets are inspired by shopping malls and Disney princesses; the minifigs have bright eyes and slender waists. And there's so much pink! You know what the LEGO Friends could use? Some superheroes.

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  5. Kevin Feige Continues to Say Wishy-Washy Things About Captain Marvel and Black Panther Movies

    If you liked it then you should've put a film on it.

    Another day, another bout of PR-speak from Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige about them possibly doing a movie that's not led by a white guy one day. Maybe it's that last week was the worst suck to ever suck, and I'm just glad to be out of that, but I'm feeling a little optimistic about his response. What's happening? Am I coming down with something?

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  6. Sorry, World. Katee Sackhoff Admits She Hasn’t Had Any Meetings With Marvel Yet.

    Nothin' but the rain.

    It appears that the collective wishful thinking, Twittering, and amateur witchcraft (*quickly hides scented candles*) of the Internet hasn't gotten nerd icon Katee Sackhoff a meeting with Marvel, despite consistent (but always debunked) rumors that she'll play Captain Marvel. Frakkers.

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  7. Pull It Together: Sex Criminals, Captain Marvel, and Gail Simone’s Last Issue of Batgirl

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull it Together, where the goal is to narrow the field by showing you titles you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  8. Sorry, Katee Sackhoff Isn’t Playing Captain Marvel, But She Totally Would If You Asked Her

    ATTN: Marvel.

    Yesterday we told you about Battlestar Galactica actress Katee Sackhoff teasing a “super secret job” on Twitter that some people thought might be Captain Marvel. Turns out the wishes and prayers of nerd boys and girls across the Internet weren't enough to make it so, as Sackhoff’s revealed that the movie she’s talking about isn’t a Marvel project.

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  9. Katee Sackhoff Teases New “Super Secret Job”… Could It Be Marvelous?

    Wish fulfillment mode: On.

    Katee Sackhoff's not been shy about the fact that she wants to play all the female superhero characters ever, so her Tweets teasing a new "super secret job" have got some people thinking Starbuck might be ditching her flight uniform for the gloves and jump suit of Captain Marvel. Check out the other two clues behind the cut.

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  10. Joss Whedon: “There Are Four Prominent Female Roles” In Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Leaving this here.

    "There are four prominent female roles in the center of the movie, and a more balanced presence throughout the movie. But, you know, the guys are all there. There are more of them too. Hopefully it will satisfy everybody. I’m not trying to fulfill an agenda, but I’m interested in men and women. I’m interested in grown-ups who act like children and dress like clowns and punch each other."—Joss Whedon, speaking at the Guardians of the Galaxy premiere about Age of Ultron.

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