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===In popular culture===
 
===In popular culture===
In contemporary culture, the femme fatale survives as heroine and anti-heroine, in ''[[Nikita (film)|Nikita]]'' and ''[[Moulin Rouge!]]'' (2001) as well in [[video game]]s and comic books. Many women who are created in [[movies]], [[comics]], [[games]] who are supernatural in movements which a normal women can't do. Often combined with [[Physical strength|strength]], [[beauty]], [[intelligents]] or sometimes [[superpowers]] succeeding the normal person. [[Resident Evil]] Series [[Mila Jovovich]] as [[List of Resident Evil characters#Alice|Alice]] and the characters [[Jill Valentine]] and [[Claire Redfield]]. [[Angelina Jolie]] as [[Lara Croft]] in [[Tomb Raider]]. Also the famous action movie [[Kill Bill]] with [[Uma Thurman]] as an private assassin too. [[Elektra (comics)|Elektra]] from [[Marvel Comics]], [[Catwoman]] actress [[Halle Berry]] and [[Poison Ivy (comics)|Poison Ivy]] from the ''[[Batman]]'' series.
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[[The Velvet Underground]] song [[Femme Fatale (song)|"Femme Fatale"]], on ''[[The Velvet Underground & Nico]]'' album, tells of a woman ([[Edie Sedgwick]]) who will "play" a man "for a fool".
   
[[Æon Flux]] is the titular femme fatale of [[MTV]]'s eponymous animation series. Both [[Faye Valentine]] and [[List_of_Cowboy_Bebop_characters#Julia|Julia]] from ''[[Cowboy Bebop]]''. Many female characters of the [[Final Fantasy]] series example [[Claire Farron]], [[Lighting]] of [[Final Fantasy 13]] of 2010. [[Quistis Trepe]] & [[Rinoa Heartilly]] of [[Final Fantasy 8]] have been the most talked created women in 1999. [[Final Fantasy X-2]] with [[Yuna (Final Fantasy)|Yuna]], [[Rikku]] & [[Paine (Final Fantasy)|Paine]] as a three female deadly femme fatale group with [[magic (paranormal)|magic]]al powers, magic summons against an evil lord released in 2004.
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In the novel ''[[Breaking Dawn]]'' by [[Stephenie Meyer]], the three original sisters of the Denali Coven (Tanya, Kate and Irina) were revealed to be the originators of the myth of the [[succubus]] (a form of a femme fatale), as they would seduce men and drain them of blood following intercourse.
   
[[Fujiko Mine]] from ''[[Lupin the 3rd]]'', and [[Mystique (comics)|Mystique]], [[Jean Grey]] who is [[Famke Jansen]], [[Psylocke]] & [[Rogue (comics)|Rogue]] from [[X-Men]] are all examples in the real life movies. In video games, [[Bayonetta]], titular character of action game, ''[[Bayonetta]]'', [[Ada Wong]] of the ''[[Resident Evil]]'' series, [[Aya Brea]] of the [[Parasite Eve]] series, [[Hana Tsu-Vachel]] of the [[Fear Effect]] series, [[List of recurring Metal Gear characters#EVA|EVA]] from ''[[Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater]]'', and [[Mileena (Mortal Kombat)|Mileena]] from ''[[Mortal Kombat]]'' are several examples of a femme fatale. Regina from [[Dino Crisis]] action thriller of [[Capcom]] in 1999 and [[Characters of Devil May Cry|Trish]] of [[Devil May Cry]] from 2001,
 
[[Heather Mason]] of [[Silent Hill 3]] from the [[Silent Hill]] series as a strong young women in 2003.
 
 
Other cultural examples of deadly women occur in [[espionage]] [[Thriller (genre)|thriller]]s, and [[adventure]] [[comic strips]], such as ''[[The Spirit]]'', by [[Will Eisner]], ''[[Terry and the Pirates (comic strip)|Terry and the Pirates]]'', by [[Milton Caniff]], and the sexy superspy [[The Baroness (novels)|''The Baroness'']] by Paul Kenyon. ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)|Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' a highly successful American TV show, also presents a beautiful and dangerous heroine in the form of the character Faith. [[The Velvet Underground]] song [[Femme Fatale (song)|"Femme Fatale"]], on ''[[The Velvet Underground & Nico]]'' album, tells of a woman ([[Edie Sedgwick]]) who will "play" a man "for a fool".
 
 
Examples from the science fiction genre include [[Saffron (Firefly character)|Saffron]] from the ''[[Firefly (TV series)|Firefly]]'' episodes "[[Our Mrs. Reynolds]]" and "[[Trash (Firefly)|Trash]]", Lady Christina de Souza from the ''[[Doctor Who]]'' special ''[[Planet of the Dead]]'', [[Cameron (Terminator)|Cameron Philips]] and [[Catherine Weaver]] from ''[[Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles]]''. Others include the [[Enchantress (Marvel Comics)|Enchantress]] in [[Marvel Comics]], The shrewd, seductive and lethal [[Baroness (G.I. Joe)|Baroness]] in [[G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero]] and [[Cinnamon Carter]] in ''[[Mission: Impossible]]''. [[Natasha Fatale]], of ''[[The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show]]'', is a comical version of the trope. [[Dead or Alive (series)|Dead or Alive]] gaming series with many of the DOA girls and the real life movie, [[List of Dead or Alive characters#Christie|Christie]] because of her [[profession]] as an private [[assassin]] to kill other women. Christie has been one of the most famous femme fatale women and other girls in the series since 1996 to 2001.
 
 
In the novel ''[[Breaking Dawn]]'' by [[Stephenie Meyer]], the three original sisters of the Denali Coven (Tanya, Kate and Irina) were revealed to be the originators of the myth of the [[succubus]] (a form of a femme fatale), as they would seduce men and drain them of blood following intercourse. [[Sara Pezzini]] of the [[Witchblade]] series and comics a women with [[symbiotic]] powers. Many female characters of [[Gen 13]] and many female characters of the [[Divine Right (game)|Divine right]] series.
 
 
[[Jessica Rabbit]] (voiced by [[Kathleen Turner]]) from ''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit?]]'' is a parody of the femme fatale.
 
[[Jessica Rabbit]] (voiced by [[Kathleen Turner]]) from ''[[Who Framed Roger Rabbit?]]'' is a parody of the femme fatale.
   
[[Britney Spears]] released an album in 2011 which is titled ''[[Femme Fatale]]'' in her album, the name Femme Fatale but also created as a superwoman in "[[Toxic (song)|Toxic]]" and "[[Womanizer (song)|Womanizer]]" by [[Joseph Kahn]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/britney-spears-on-her-new-album-her-favorite-music-and-working-with-will-i-am-20110317|title=Britney Spears On Her New Album, Her Favorite Music and Working With will.i.am|work=Rolling Stone|first=Steve|last=Knopper|date=March 17, 2011}}</ref><ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honorific_nicknames_in_popular_music</ref>
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[[Britney Spears]] released an album in 2011 which is titled ''[[Femme Fatale]].'' <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/britney-spears-on-her-new-album-her-favorite-music-and-working-with-will-i-am-20110317|title=Britney Spears On Her New Album, Her Favorite Music and Working With will.i.am|work=Rolling Stone|first=Steve|last=Knopper|date=March 17, 2011}}</ref><ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honorific_nicknames_in_popular_music</ref>
   
 
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I explained the edit in the Talk section ("Confusing Strong Female With Femme Fatale").

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