Cate Blanchett is on an odd roll this week.

First she talked about her moral compass being somewhere VERY private, and then she claimed 2017 is the first time a woman has played a villain.

Someone should probably let the Wicked Witch know she wasn’t a female.

Via Collider:

Blanchett: “Can you believe it? Can you believe we’re having this conversation and it’s 2017 and we’re talking about the first female villain? It’s ridiculous. There’s so much untapped potential villainy in women. It’s really exciting. I think finally it’s beginning to be acknowledged that women and men want to see a diverse array of characters, and that’s race, gender across the sexual spectrum.”

If you read the whole article she says this is the first female villain for the Marvel Universe but even then she’s still wrong. Nebula from “Guardians of the Galaxy,” a Marvel Universe movie, is a female villain. *sad trombone*

Luckily (for us) many Twitter folks didn’t read past the headline and responded hilariously to the tweet with their own female villains:

This one though … this is our favorite:


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You *really* don’t want to know where actress Cate Blanchett put her moral compass