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Disney spinoff you want the most: Women of 'Black Panther' or Disney Princesses as Avengers?

Disney and Marvel has been on top these past few years in cinema and with Disney Plus finally launched, of course, fans have ideas for expanding the cinematic universes. "Black Panther" was arguably the most culturally significant film of 2018. Marvel fans loved the women who stood up for Wakanda, and Ryan Coogler is interested in making a movie focusing on them. "Ralph Breaks the Internet" garnered buzz for its depiction of Disney Princesses acting like the Avengers, and fans would like to see a standalone film on the silver screen. Which spinoff would you rather see happen?

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Black Panther would be nothing without his mother, Queen Ramonda; his love interest and spy, Nakia; his sister and tech genius Shuri; his comrade and lead badass Okoye; and the all-female special forces of the Dora Milaje. Director Ryan Coogler knows this, and that's why he's interested in making a movie happen focused on the women of Wakanda. According to Variety, Coogler said:

“There’s a whole section of the film where T’Challa is out of the movie and you’re just following the women,” Coogler said about a scene where the titular hero (played by Chadwick Boseman) is left for dead and needs to be rescued. “That’s one of my favorite parts of the movie when I watched it, and I didn’t expect that.
He explained how those scenes subverted his expectations. “That part of the movie you feel like you’re watching something fresh and new,” he said. “That part of it was exciting. We have these actresses who could easily carry their own movie,” he said, as he mentioned Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, and Letitia Wright. “Some of them have before. We were so fortunate. I would watch a movie with them!”
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Moviegoers were impressed with the portrayals of the Disney Princesses in "Ralph Breaks the Internet." One meta scene even deconstructed some of the problematic tropes of being a Disney Princess.

But fans seemed to be the most impressed with how the princesses banded together, combined their powers and help saved the day in the 2018 film. Many fans are drawing parallels between the princesses and the Avengers. And that's a movie Disney and Marvel fans want to see—Disney princesses as the Avengers.

CBR agreed:

The moment comes toward the end of the film. Ralph (John C. Reilly) has managed to calm down the giant avatar of his own insecurities powering the rapidly spreading computer virus. However, in doing so, Ralph is dropped from the top of Google Tower and plummets to the ground. Despite the best efforts of Spamley (Bill Hader), Ralph looks like a goner.
That’s when the Disney Princesses arrive, and do everything they can to save him. We won't go into particulars here, but the way each princess uses her abilities to save Ralph is like something straight out of a comic book, showing a well-oiled machine of a team that has clearly trained together for moments such as this. It is genuinely just as good as any team-up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the DC Extended Universe, and it could justify an entire team-up film.
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Disney spinoff you want the most: Women of 'Black Panther' or Disney Princesses as Avengers?
#TeamWakandaWomen
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamDisneyPrincesses