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Sunday, September 09, 2018 

Marvel studios uses divisive feminist slogan to promote Captain Marvel film

More strong hints of leftism are finding their way into the advertising and promotion of Marvel's new Captain Marvel movie, including something Hillary Clinton used very unwisely:
Marvel Studios has adopted a divisive feminist slogan to promote their upcoming Captain Marvel film.

Featured prominently on the cover for Entertainment Weekly beside Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel is the feminist phrase “The Future is Female.”

The adoption of the feminist slogan could be a marketing problem for Marvel Studios. Not only is the slogan feminist in nature, but it’s also political as former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton adopted the slogan in her first appearance after suffering defeat at the hands of Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Clinton stated, “Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female.”

While Clinton used the slogan in her first appearance after being defeated by Donald Trump for President of the United States, the slogan is also attached to divisive feminist politics, where some advocate for hating men.

[...] With Marvel adopting the slogan it appears to be at least a tacit endorsement of the divisive political movement where a number of feminists advocate hatred of men.
From what I've discovered, Brie Larson and company didn't make any official appearances at the major conventions to promote the movie, which is telling to some extent that this may be the first serious failure in the Marvel movie machine since the Ghost Rider sequel. As if it weren't bad enough Kelly Sue deConnick denigrated Carol Danvers in 2014 by overseeing a masculinized character design that only recently may have been reversed (well, we have to hope), and now, left-wing feminism could've hijacked the movie very badly.

The more leftist politics make their way into these adaptations, which does look more likely, the less successful they're bound to be. For now, this new film certainly doesn't look like it's going to work out well. It would've worked far better if a movie based on Mar-Vell of the Kree had come first, and then, they could proceed to follow up with a film based on Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel. But alas, hastiness has long overtaken common sense, along with a politically correct view of how adaptations should be done, and they probably decided to omit Mar-Vell altogether because of the anti-communist metaphors the original 1967 premise was built on, which don't appeal to today's leftists. On that note, who knows what metaphors this new film will draw from? Something tells me it won't be anything good.

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Marvel didn’t use “The Future Is Female”; Entertainment Weekly did.

The Ghost Rider movies weren’t produced by Marvel.

The decision by Marvel not to promote Captain Marvel at Comic-Con will have no bearing on its box office performance. It’s not as if this is the first year the studio didn’t have a Hall H presentation.

"....the anti- communist metaphors the original 1967 premise was built on, which don't appeal to today's leftists."

What were the anti-communist metaphors? Mar-vell was the vanguard of a much older civilization that looked on earth as if it were a rebellious former colony. Anti-colonialist metaphors, maybe, but not anti-communist.


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