Marvel Studios Confirms Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) for the MCU


Though viewers often complain about too much CGI, the approach worked a treat in Infinity War, as it helped make the movie feel like a comic book translated to the big screen. This, of course, is not the first time that a police department has used an Avengers reference to grab eyeballs.

Avengers: Infinity War will face its first major challenger this coming weekend at the box office with the release of Fox's Deadpool 2, followed by the May 25 release of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

But past year, while promoting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Saldana referred to Avengers 4 as "Gauntlet" when talking to the BBC at the European premiere in London.

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The picture has collected nearly 3,000 "likes" and dozens of hilarious comments. "Wonder Woman" smashed box office numbers and broke the glass ceiling in superhero films. Her fans are very excited to see these stars to collaborate on the movie. Ms. Marvel, which is another character in the comic books, the Muslim hero who is inspired by Captain Marvel, is definitely sort-of in the works. Whichever path is chosen, we certainly don't want to "Ms." out on it. Kamala became popular among the readers and established herself as one of Marvel's must-see heroines. In addition to being a superhero movie, Captain Marvel borrows heavily from the science-fiction subgenre of the space opera. It's also a great idea for the MCU. The film is still far from release, but it seems to have already opened the floodgates for Ms. Marvel. After Ant-Man and the Wasp cheers us up with superhero comedy this summer, there's a long wait until March 2019 for Captain Marvel, which then leads into May 2019's as-yet-untitled Avengers 4.

INSIDER rounded up the actors you probably forgot appeared in Marvel movies over the past decade. Assuming her Marvel character would be in the all-female film, Gillan discussed acting and directing simultaneously, which she did in "The Party's Just Beginning". If she spent that time in the multiverse, though, that could answer this critical question. Nevertheless, Gillan thinks she could be cut out for the job.