2. Seven of Nine
Seven of Nine, our favorite reformed Borg, absolutely deserves her own solo movie as well. I can already see it - it'd be a movie that dives deep into the very core of what makes Seven such a captivating character, taking us on a journey where we see how she went from being just another face in the Borg collective's cybernetic crowd to becoming a unique, ass-kicking individual with a penchant for humanity. Seven's story is like a space-age Cinderella tale, but instead of losing a glass slipper, she's shedding her Borg implants and discovering her own identity. It's more than just zapping bad guys with phasers, it's a profound exploration of self-discovery and the human (or, half-human, half-Borg) condition.
Now, imagine the movie exploring Seven's life post-Voyager and before we see her again in Picard. We've seen her take baby steps into humanity on the starship, but what about Seven in the big, wide galaxy, dealing with her past, building new relationships, and finding her place in a universe that's as complex and varied as it gets? The movie could explore her struggles to maintain her individuality, the haunting remnants of her Borg past, and the challenge of connecting with others when you've got more tech in you than the average starship.
Plus, throw in some epic space battles, a sprinkle of Star Trek's signature moral dilemmas, and a dash of that dry Seven of Nine humor, and you've got a recipe for a blockbuster that's as thrilling as it is touching. This solo movie wouldn't just be another sci-fi spectacle - it would be a heart-tugging, fist-pumping, eye-opening saga of one badass woman's quest to find herself among the stars.