The women’s lead film films never got their legality until the early 2000s. In the 1970s, movies of this sort were mainly home-made exploitation action films that were a mix of violence with T & A, the main selling point. In 1986, James Cameron gave an action hero, Aliens, who made a nomination for Sigourney Weaver’s Academy Award nomination at Eagle Ripley.
A few women’s lead films were released in the 1990s, but it was not the kind of film studios that were still ready for dice. In 2001, Angelina Jolie proved that with the LARA CROFT TOMB RIDER, the blockbuster and mass of audience was ready for action heroes. Since then, many actresses and lesser known names, including A-listers, have been taking a number of measures, and today, women’s leadership activists are quite normal. Academy Award nominee Taraji P. Henson entered the game with Babak Najafi’s Proud Mary.