With news spreading that Captain Marvel will be coming soon, we roll down the female catalog for the top 10 choices to play the lead.

By Kevin Flynn

In just three short summers, Marvel Studios will finally do something that they haven’t done in their conquest of Hollywood up to this point.

What this means is the biggest buzz creating, film-making company on earth will put forth a female super heroine in a stand-alone movie.

By now, we all know that Natasha Romanoff is played by the wickedly talented Scarlett Johansson, but ScarJo has been a bit player in several of the biggest Marvel blockbusters so far.

Black Widow was introduced in Iron Man 2, reappeared to lure Dr. Bruce Banner to join the Avenger initiative in “The Avengers,” then helped Captain America take down Shield, Hydra and his former best friend, Bucky, in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”

Currently, the femme fatale of the Avengers is wooing the Hulk with lullabies in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” But the sexy spy cannot seem to land her own self-titled movie. That honor is being saved for Ms. Carol Danvers who will become Captain Marvel on July 6, 2018.

According to Marvel, the character of Carol Danvers grew up in Boston, Massachusetts before joining the air force. After gaining powers from a Kree Warrior, she gains the powers of flight and strength and can shoot energy blasts from her hands.

There’s one catch to this all important history making movie set to drop in three years…… Marvel has not been able to cast her yet. They are looking for the right girl that would stand about 5’11” with blonde hair and blue eyes and has the star power to carry this movie in the box office. I have my favorites and I’m sure the internet world of fan-boys do too.

Here’s my Top 10 choices of mine to play the next female Avenger, Ms. Marvel aka Captain Marvel aka Carol Danvers:

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