Since its inception, the film business has been dominated by men. However, in recent years, we've seen an increasing number of fierce women appear in exceptional action, horror, and thriller films. For some reason, when people think of warriors, they think of gladiators, Vikings, knights, secret agents, or superheroes, all of whom are virtually invariably male. Of course, this is true for the most part, but modern heroines are also brave, shrewd, quick, and capable of kicking anyone's butt. And, of course, they are very lovely, especially when they attend high-end parties dressed in fabulous designer gowns.
Here are five strong women that look incredible on TV and on the red carpet!
Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) is number one.
When it comes to espionage, Natasha Romanoff, aka the Black Widow, is unrivaled in stealth and lethality.
2. Alien's Sigourney Weaver
What could be more dangerous than an extraterrestrial monster programmed to murder whatever it can get its hands on with its double-mouth? Ripley, Elen, Ripley, Ripley, Ripley, Ripley, Ripley, Ripley, Ripley, Rip
3. Xena — Lucy Lawless
With a moniker like "warrior princess," it's no surprise that Xena would easily make this list. And Lucy is stunning in her gown!
4. Kill Bill's Uma Thurman
From a yellow tracksuit to whatever this garment is, it's been a long journey. Oh my goodness! Do you recall her name from the movie Kill Bill? I'm guessing you don't.
5. Resident Evil's Milla Jovovich
You can't deny how awesome Milla looks when she busts all those zombies in the Resident Evil flicks, even if they're a pile of hot, steaming rubbish.
Linda Hamilton (Terminator) is number six on the list.
It's time to kick some shiny chromium butts now that we've tackled humans, zombies, and aliens. Sarah Connor is the most renowned inefficient robot slayer, but she receives bonus points for her fashion sense.
Charlize Theron (Mad Max: Fury Road) is number seven.
Charlize Theron is great in every role she takes on. Her films, notably Mad Max: Fury Road, exude grandeur. She's in a horrible way, but she's not giving up, and it's a joy to watch her drive like a madman.
Emily Blunt's "Live Die Repeat" is number eight on the list.
Emily Blunt's heroine is forced to experience D-Day again and over in order to halt the alien invasion, learning all of the enemy attacks and eliminating them before they destroy the earth.
Mandalorian, Gina Carano
You can't say me Carano wasn't a total badass in the Mandalorian and Deadpool, even if we don't agree with her political ideas or thoughts in general.
Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie is number ten.
Brienne of Tarth has to be one of the most intimidating knights I've ever seen on television. The land of Westeros is full with great warriors, merciless assassins, and crafty commanders, but Brienne of Tarth has to be one of the most intimidating knights I've ever seen on television. Gwen, on the other hand, is very attractive when she isn't wearing her heavy armor.
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