what if “lucy” was about lucy liu casually beating up pervy white dudes instead and the story was about an asian woman who gets justice from the white men who used and abducted her. and it was an effective commentary on white imperialism, the violent commodification of asian people and asian culture by western society, the demonization of asian people, and the continuing history of violence on unwilling asian bodies especially those of asian women by white people.
what if this movie wasn’t going to be a bunch of white imperialist nonsense masquerading as something “progressive” at the expense of faceless nameless asian bodies — runnereight
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“Sometimes all it takes is a few words to change your life. For me it took seven. Seven words, spoken in the dark.”harmony santana as harper row/bluebird
Note: There’s a scene in the comics where Harper states that rich people don’t know what life in the narrows is like and it made me think of the possible implications of those words had they come from a transgender Latina girl living in the narrows.
Dania Ramirez as Laurel Lance
Dascha Polanco as Sara Lance/The Canary
Note: Blame it on watching The Mystery of Batwoman so many times when I was a kid, but I really like the idea of Laurel and Sara making Black Canary a collective superhero identity as crime fighting siblings.
Spider-Man MCU Concept
After the events of the Battle of New York, more heroes start to emerge in New York City, including Peter Parker, Spider-Man, & Matt Murdoch, Daredevil. After the heroic death of Peter Parker (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the city is shocked into paralysis. However, after Oscorp initiates a hostile takeover on Stark Industries, a new hero emerges. Miles Morales (Donald Glover) is bit by a genetically altered spider at his uncle’s workplace, AIM. Will Miles to fill the shoes of his predecessor and prove himself to the world?
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