Marvel star Tessa Thompson has opened up on the distinct possibility of creating an all-female ensemble movie.[...]
She’s been nominated for a Bafta following her role in Thor: Ragnarok but, despite being an outspoken member of the Time’s Up movement, the actor says she’s still learning to channel her inner Valkyrie[...]
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began back in 2008. Back then, they had one little film, called Iron Man, and an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something m…[...]
Audiences have witnessed more and more leading women kick ass on screen. But Marvel may be working on a superhero film that would truly be the first of its kind. In a new interview with IGN, Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson hinted at Marvel's all-f…[...]
Our indefatigable Valkyrie, Tessa Thompson, has been nudging Marvel towards a much-needed all-female superhero team movie. So where are we at with that?[...]
Tessa Thompson talks about her new movie, "Annihilation," the forthcoming "Creed" sequel, and "Creed" buddies Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan's new movie, "Black Panther."
- Gary Thompson, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News[...]
The 34-year-old actress admitted there is a sense of “responsibility” that comes with being part of a “marginalised group” but she wants to be free to make her own decisions without having to worry about wider implications. Tessa told The Guardian newspaper: “That’s an unfortunate thing, being inside of a marginalised group: you either become …[...]