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‘Where’s Kevin? Hire Me!’: She-Hulk Star Tatiana Maslany Wants Kevin Feige to Make Her Leader of Rumoured All Female A-Force Project

2022 has been a year of high expectations for Marvel and for Tatiana Maslany, even more so. With her leading debut in the Marvel franchise as a female superhero and a Disney+ series dedicated to her entry — it couldn’t get any better. But it seems that the talented actress is far from being done. As She-Hulk: Attorney At Law gears up for its major launch in a week, Tatiana Maslany has called for an all-female-led superhero A-Team at the Marvel Cinematic Universe with her at the helm.

A-Force in Marvel Comics
A-Force in Marvel Comics

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Tatiana Maslany Wants to Lead the Marvel’s A-Force Team

The A-Force team is an all-female-led superhero team that was formed in the Marvel Comics during the Secret Wars 2015-16 issues which explored a multiversal Beyonder storyline and Battleworld. Given that Marvel is currently headed toward a well-built narrative that will set up the storyline for an Avengers: Secret Wars film by the end of Phase 6, one can most definitely dream that A-Force can be a real possibility.

Tatiana Maslany
Tatiana Maslany

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Tatiana Maslany has taken the perfect opportunity, however, to bring up the matter and who apart from Kevin Feige, the master puppeteer himself is capable of fulfilling that dream. The time is just right and it looks like all the entities are in place. Now, all it would take is to direct the story on a path that can introduce the smooth transition to an A-Force without making it look like a forced affair.

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Why Should Marvel Seriously Consider an A-Force Project?

In the first saga, the superhero franchise had set up, slowly but steadfastly, the best storyline seen in live-action cinema to date. Spanning 11 years and 22 films, the Infinity Saga came to a roaring close with 2019’s Avengers: Endgame and the defeat of Thanos, a well-constructed villain. Now, with the Phase Four series tying up the loose ends of the predecessor saga, it has also given the audience a peek into what lies ahead in the form of Kang the Conqueror in the Loki Season 1 finale.

A-Force #1 (2015) by G. Willow Wilson
A-Force #1 (2015) by G. Willow Wilson

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The path that leads to The Kang Dynasty will be one paved with menace and chaos, and especially with the full-blown aspect of the Multiverse at play, there will be no shortage of the latter. An A-Force looks like the perfect project to spice up the narrative after Phase Four which served as a bridge and was honestly quite a bit all over the place. Tatiana Maslany’s call for an A-Force would then include She-Hulk, Captain Marvel, the Wasp, Shuri, Valkyrie, and potentially the young trio — Ms. Marvel, America Chavez, and Kate Bishop, with a future inclusion of perhaps even Cassie Lang.

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Interestingly enough, Brie Larson and Tessa Thompson have been outspoken about the A-Force idea for quite some time now with the former stating, “it is something that we’re really passionate about and we love and I feel like if enough people out in the world talk about how much they want it, maybe it’ll happen” and the latter adding to that saying, “I want to work together as a team, us women, doing things in a film or two.”

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law launches on Disney+ on August 18, 2022.

Source: The Direct