Ms. Marvel is a character in the comic books, a teenage Muslim superhero whose alter ego is a Pakistani-American named Kamala Khan.
Her introduction is expected to come after the film series' first female-led instalment, Captain Marvel, is released next year with Brie Larson in the starring role. 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 first-ever Muslim superhero will soon make an appearance on the big screen, if the franchise's studio boss gets his way. Come on, Kamala. We're rooting for you. We're dying to see her in a marvel movie.
Ms. Marvel would be just as huge a leap forward as Black Panther or Captain Marvel for superhero films. Khan is obviously a huge fan of Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, as she took on Danver's old superhero name after Danvers became Captain Marvel.
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Good news for all the marvel fans.
The beauty behind this awesome Ms Marvel is Sana Amanat who worked hard for this incredible character.
Speculation about who would star as Ms. Marvel is already underway.
While nothing about the casting can be said right now, fans are surely rooting for Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra to play the much-loved Miss Marvel in the film as she voices the character in the mobile video game Marvel: Avengers Academy.
First up, though, is "Captain Marvel", which is shooting now and due in theaters on March 8, 2019. She can stretch her limbs to great lengths and widths, as well, grow herself up or shrink herself down... and, back again.