I'm aware it's written for younger audience, and that's fine. But what isn't fine is the fact it subtly feeds into a sexist mindset while advocating for women.
1. This question is irrelevant, and I'll get to that.
2. Why the fuck does man = macho? You're implying women cannot be macho, and that men should be if they're going to be in an action movie. Second, why does it have to be an explicit love interest? That's cutesy and shit but Christ it's annoying that you have to a) still have a Damsel in Distress trope and b) still forcibly involve a male counterpart. Having them be a coward reinforces this more as a farce than an equal stance.
3. This is why this article is sexist. This is why Hollywood isn't getting anywhere. When you objectify and over-sexualize a woman—newsflash—it doesn't matter if she's the protagonist or not. You'll still feeding the exact same adult male demographic that belittles women. As stated by others,
4. This question is stupid. And not because it reinforces gender roles, or violates copyright laws. No, it's stupid because little kids don't play with toys anymore and we have to wake up to this reality.
5. Ellen Page (Not sure if I want Kitty Pryde flavor or Juno flavor tho), uh Janelle Monáe seems cool, two versions of Barbra Walters but one of them is evil aaaand Jenji Kohan. And Taylor Swift is the villain.
With this all said, I'm pretty optimistic about the actual movie itself. I'm sure it'll be a lot more than a bunch of spandex breasts failing the Bechdel test.
I really think dA should take a harder look at the articles they're writing though, definitely.