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If Musclegirls Were Cast in Famous Roles

Apr 07, 2021 - permalink

Do you ever look at a musclegirl and immediately wish that she were cast in a certain character on screen? As Wonder Woman, She-Hulk, Lara Croft, Harley Quinn or Poison Ivy - you name it. I know we have seen a lot of cosplay on this, but not all seem equally memorable. Who are your 'dream-cast' musclegirls in famous movie roles? I am naming a few of my own:

  • Hippolyta - Stephanie Kay Koerber

  • Valkyrie - Sarah Backman

  • Cheetah - Layla Mikayla

  • Donna Troy - Cass Martin

  • Hawkgirl - Stephanie Sanzo

  • Brooke Ence as Lady Thor - Brooke Ence

  • Harley Quinn - Maria Scaffidi

  • Supergirl - Leana

  • Talia al-Ghul - Tina Ngyuen

  • Poison Ivy - Syleena Adams

  • Titania - Zlata Tarasova

  • She-Hulk - Rach White

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Apr 07, 2021 - permalink

Unfortunately Hollywood is still obsessed with the slim body type for action heroines. Gina Carano held promise for projecting a more athletic body type in lead roles, but now she's gone.

Brooke Ence deserves a role based on what she's already done, and I think DLB could cross over to acting and make it work. But Hollywood producers seem terrified of going there. Look at the recent casting for She-Hulk.

Apr 08, 2021 - permalink

Brooke Ence deserves a role based on what she's already done, and I think DLB could cross over to acting and make it work. But Hollywood producers seem terrified of going there. Look at the recent casting for She-Hulk.

Jennifer Walters isn't huge in her normal form, though. Most likely, they'll do what they did with Mark Ruffalo's Smart Hulk and beef her up to a seven foot tall amazon using CGI.

6 days ago - permalink

Jennifer Walters isn't huge in her normal form, though. Most likely, they'll do what they did with Mark Ruffalo's Smart Hulk and beef her up to a seven foot tall amazon using CGI.

I always thought She-Hulk was forever green unlike Bruce Banner.

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