While the Thor movies have featured women like Jane Foster, Darcy, Sif, and Frigga in important roles, villain-wise, it’s been a sausage fest. Loki has caused trouble both for the God of Thunder and the Avengers, while Malekith launched his own scheme centered around the Aether in Thor: The Dark World. Details on what to expect from Thor: Ragnarok have been light, but now there’s word that a woman may be operating for the dark side this time around.

Following last month’s report that Valkyrie will be introduced in Thor: Ragnarok, it’s now rumored that the threequel is setting its sights on having a female be the main antagonist. It wasn’t said who this individual will be, other than they want a big name-actress to play her. That’s barely anything to work off of, but upon closer inspection of Thor’s rogues gallery, there are a few names that fit the bill. Let’s take a look at the prime candidates who might trouble Thor Odinson in 2017.

Enchantress
Enchantress
After becoming one of Asgard’s most skilled magic users, Amora the Enchantress opted to use her sorcery for personal gain rather than helping her people. Her abilities range from casting illusions to teleporting to shooting energy blasts, but her favorite ability is being able to seduce men to become her slaves, though her beauty also helps considerably. If this schtick sounds familiar, that’s because her sister, Lorelei, used it on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but trust me, Amora is much more dangerous.

God-like entities aside, Enchantress is one of the few Thor villains who’s worthy of succeeding Loki as the primary baddie. Whether she’s the one who unleashes Ragnarok or is hatching something on the side, it’s guaranteed she’ll give the God of Thunder a run for his money. While she’s capable of causing trouble on her own, we also wouldn’t mind seeing her ever-constant muscle, Executioner, following Enchantress around like in the comics, always hoping she’ll show him the same love he feels for her. Depending on what happens to her, it would also be interesting if she followed her comic book counterpart’s footsteps and allied with notable Earth-based supervillains.

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