fembots in cinema History Timeline and Biographies

The development of fembots in cinema has been a fascinating journey, reflecting society's evolving views on technology, gender, and the future. From early portrayals of female robots as mere extensions of male fantasies to more complex and autonomous characters, fembots have become a staple in science fiction. This timeline highlights significant milestones in the portrayal of fembots in cinema, showcasing their impact on the genre and pop culture.

Creation Time:2024-07-11



Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" introduces Maria, one of the earliest and most iconic fembots in cinema. This silent film features a robot double of the protagonist, showcasing early cinematic explorations of artificial intelligence and human-like robots.

The Invisible Boy

This film features Robby the Robot, who builds a fembot named "Robby's Girl." It reflects mid-20th-century fascination with robots and the gender roles assigned to them.

The Stepford Wives

Based on Ira Levin's novel, "The Stepford Wives" depicts a suburban town where women are replaced by docile, obedient fembots, exploring themes of control and gender roles.

Blade Runner

Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" introduces the world to replicants, including the fembot Rachael, who blurs the line between human and machine, raising questions about identity and humanity.

Cherry 2000

This film features a fembot named Cherry, exploring themes of love and human-robot relationships in a dystopian future.

Bicentennial Man

Based on Isaac Asimov's story, this film features Galatea, a fembot who gains sentience, highlighting the potential for robots to evolve beyond their initial programming.

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Steven Spielberg's film features Gigolo Joe, a male counterpart to fembots, exploring the emotional and ethical implications of human-like robots.

Austin Powers in Goldmember

This comedy features the Fembots, a group of female robots designed to seduce and kill, parodying earlier cinematic depictions of fembots.

I, Robot

While primarily focused on male robots, this film includes VIKI, a female AI, exploring themes of control and rebellion in robotic systems.


Pixar's "Wall-E" features EVE, a sleek and advanced fembot, exploring themes of environmentalism and companionship.

Ex Machina

This film features Ava, a highly advanced fembot, delving deeply into themes of consciousness, manipulation, and the ethics of creating sentient beings.

Avengers: Age of Ultron

The film introduces Vision and his counterpart, the AI JARVIS, hinting at the potential for fembots in future installments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Blade Runner 2049

The sequel to "Blade Runner" features Joi, a holographic AI companion, continuing the exploration of human-robot relationships and identity.

Alita: Battle Angel

Based on the manga series, this film features Alita, a cyborg with a human brain, exploring themes of identity, memory, and the nature of humanity.


This science fiction film features J3, a fembot designed to replicate the protagonist's deceased wife, exploring themes of grief and the human desire to overcome loss through technology.
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