Marvel Is About To Introduce Their First Muslim Superhero To The MCU

A movie based on Ms. Marvel is 'definitely sort of in the works'

Fans want Priyanka Chopra to play Pakistani-Muslim superhero Ms Marvel

Although many characters in Marvel Comics have adopted the mantle of Ms Marvel, president Kevin Feige made it clear that the movie will be based on Kamala Khan's version of Ms Marvel.

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. Now, we learnt the studio is already working on bringing another superheroine on board named Ms Marvel, aka Kamala Khan, who, in the comics, was inspired to do superhero work by Captain Marvel.

"Captain Marvel's shooting right now with Brie Larson". Another Marvel series film will soon be landing as Marvel have a new film "in the works" with a figure of Muslim superhero Ms Marvel.

"We're doing Captain Marvel right now".

A movie based on Ms. Marvel is 'definitely sort of in the works'

Fictional superhero Kamala, introduced in 2014, presents a nuanced portrayal of Muslim Americans and pushes past entrenched stereotypes about Islam. "It was really important for me to portray Kamala as someone who is struggling with her faith", Wilson told The Times at the time of Khan's debut. Next, we'll have Ant-Man and the Wasp, which hits cinemas on August 3rd, while Captain Marvel comes out before Avengers 4. In the Marvel comics, Ms Marvel is inspired by Captain Marvel to become a hero, hence the similarity in the name.

Ms. Marvel is a controversial character because she represents agenda from the sociopolitical activists at Marvel who have been poorly writing characters created to work as virtue signaling agitprop for topics such as Islam, LGBTQ issues, and racial diversity.

Avengers: Infinity War was the 19th film in the Marvel Universe.

Captain Marvel is an unbelievable character, but her best legacy in the comics might be in the other hero inspired by her: Ms. Marvel, a role filled in the past few years by the fantastic Kamala Khan.

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