Feige: MCU Has 'Plans' to Introduce Ms. Marvel After Captain Marvel

Danny Woods
May 16, 2018

"Captain Marvel is shooting now with Brie Larson". And it sounds like it will not take long for Captain Marvel to lead into another female-led movie, Ms. Marvel. "Ms. Marvel, which is another hero in the comic books, the Muslim hero, who is inspired by Captain Marvel is definitely, sort of, in the works". Read our review of Ms. Marvel #1. Disney chief Bob Iger recently confirmed that while Avengers 4 will be a "significant conclusion" for the MCU as we know it, the studio had no plans to stop making more Marvel movies. With the Marvel universe having more than 7,000 characters who will be in focus next is very hard to tell.

Ms. Marvel was introduced in the comics in 2013 before getting her own solo series in 2014. Muslim superhero with Pakistani origins and that too a girl we can't wait to see Ms Marvel onscreen.

Despite the character's age being 16, the favourite actress to play her so far is 35-year-old Priyanka Chopra.

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"We're doing Captain Marvel right now". With such huge popularity behind it, it made sense for the developers of this popular game to tap into that and work out a crossover arrangement with Marvel that would put the villain of its successful movie in the game. But even a movie that big couldn't reasonably include everybody we've met in the MCU up until this point, nor could we see everyone's fate. It's also a great idea for the MCU. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has done a good job with the Inhumans on the small screen. Another theory floating online is that the Avengers travel through the multiverse, maybe with the help of Ant-Man and the Wasp who are thought to delve into the Quantum Realm in their upcoming movie, which precedes The Avengers 4.

Now, AIW is the fifth highest-grossing film of all-time in global markets, only behind Avatar ($2.02 billion), Titanic ($1.52 billion), Furious 7 ($1.16 billion), and Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($1.13 billion).

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