Muslim superhero film by Marvel 'in the works'

  • Muslim superhero film by Marvel 'in the works'

Muslim superhero film by Marvel 'in the works'

First up, though, is "Captain Marvel", which is shooting now and due in theaters on March 8, 2019. Ms. Marvel is now Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American.

There are already so many different ways for the MCU to turn in the wake of the end of the "Avengers" saga, and lots of movies already filling up Marvel's schedule.

As we all know, MCU will soon see its first solo female superhero film in the form of Captain Marvel.

In the comic books, Ms Marvel's alter-ego is Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teenager from New Jersey. Next, we'll have Ant-Man and the Wasp, which hits cinemas on August 3rd, while Captain Marvel comes out before Avengers 4. Marvel's recent Avengers: Infinity War is now in theatres and has broken multiple box office records in India and around the world.

While it's unclear what "definitely, sort of in the works" means, this kind of statement coming from someone like Feige, who has shaped the MCU, is a big deal.

And now, it appears their cinematic #GalaxyofWomen may be growing one female superhero larger with the possibility of Ms. Marvel's story being made into a film, according to longtime movie producer Kevin Feige. With Jane Foster hinted at coming back, could that be a hint she will be becoming Lady Thor?

But whatever the case, Kamala Khan's introduction would be a welcome new addition to Marvel's growing pantheon of diverse superheroes, and a nice way to break up the plethora of white guys named Chris.

Marvel have a new film "in the works" in the shape of Muslim superhero Ms Marvel.

However, Chopra, who is sort of in the Marvel universe already due to her voice role in the mobile video game "Marvel: Avengers Academy", is Indian, a detail that some fans pointed out.