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Who's Next!?! Part 1

BY COREY FLOYD
Last week Taraji P. Henson said in an interview that she would like to be Marvel Superhero. Which had me thinking not sure who she would be, but it would be cool.  So, I raise the questions with a few of my own answers. Who should be cast as a comic book character next? 

After they went with another choice for Black Manta Michael Jai White been fiending to get back into the superhero scene. Perhaps with this Spawn reboot directed by Todd McFarlane himself, he should be a prime candidate to get back in the saddle again. If you read last week I wrote about the upcoming Venom movie which I am skeptical about a 2018 release, 

but I’m looking past Venom I see Carnage. I would love to see a live action Carnage film now for years’ fans have been calling on Jim Carrey to play his human side of Cletus Cassidy, but Carrey has shown less interest in playing characters and that okay. I think we have a good replacement. How do I know because he has already proved it taking one of Carrey’s role Neil Patrick Harris would be a great Cletus has already shown he can play an insane killer look at AHS freak show to see it? 
That my Draft Pick. On the Ladies side, I must admit I don’t have any Ideas on Taraji P Henson but I do have one for BeyoncĂ© and I must admit it’s so cheesy it works. BeyoncĂ© as DC’s Queen Bee is actually a match made in heaven especially after the way she was portrayed in Young Justice as a Leader of a country who uses her power of brainwashing her enemies’ leaders and making them her slave. I mean it's not farfetched her fans are called the Bey hive I mean she practically dressed like her at the Grammys.

My last one for today is She-Hulk. I don’t want a CGI She-Hulk, she as beautiful as she is strong and her natural charisma would flourish in the MCU as a character who can fight for right in the street as well as in the courtroom I can see no one else but Serena Williams to go gamma green. She would destroy this role the same way she destroys the court. That’s the life for now if you have any thoughts don't be afraid to drop a comment or hit us up on the messaging section.

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