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Entertainment'Ms. Marvel' will bring first Muslim superhero to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

02:37  25 august  2019
02:37  25 august  2019 Source:   yahoo.com

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Marvel 's first muslim superhero Ms Marvel is set to join the cinematic universe - NME There's "plans" for the character to appear in a new film Ms Marvel

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is an American media franchise and shared universe centered on a series of superhero films, independently produced by Marvel Studios and based on characters

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to become even more diverse. Disney announced Friday at its D23 Expo that Ms. Marvel is being developed as a series for the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, joining such already-announced Marvel series as The Falcon and theWinter Soldier, WandaVision, Loki, Hawkeye and the animated What If, all of which feature established characters.

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Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said the live-action series would focus on Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American girl from New Jersey who idolizes Captain Marvel (played by Brie Larson in the MCU) and becomes a superhero in her own right. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the project will be helmed by Bisha K. Ali, a British writer and performer who is currently working on Hulu’s Four Weddings and a Funeral reboot. Feige didn’t reveal any additional plot details, nor did he say who would play the lead character or whether Larson will appear in the series.

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Marvel Studios officially announced plans to bring 16-year-old Ms . Marvel to the big screen. The .4 billion-dollar Marvel Cinematic Universe , history's most profitable movie franchise, has made Khan, herself a superhero nerd, idolizes Danvers. After she discovers her superhuman ability to kick

Marvel Cinematic Universe . There's "plans" for the character to appear in a new film. Ms Marvel – AKA Kamala Khan and Marvel ’s first muslim superhero – is set to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe . Read more: 10 burning questions we’re left with after Avengers: Infinity War.

Last year, Venom star Riz Ahmed floated the idea that he, Mindy Kaling and Kumail Nanjiani should pen a script for a cinematic Ms. Marvel — an idea enthusiastically embraced by Kaling and the Twitterverse. He later explained to Yahoo Entertainment that he was a fan of the character and believed it would be a positive step for the continued diversification of the MCU. “I think there are much better qualified people to write the better Ms. Marvel movie than myself, and specifically I think it should be led by women — South Asian women,” Ahmed told us.

“It should really be led by women of color and Muslim women to tell that story,” Ahmed continued. “My tweet there was really just an attempt to shine a little bit of light on this project and just to let people know that there’s a lot of anticipation around this character as we enter a time when we’re looking to superheroes to give us the heroes that we might lack in real life.

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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently dropped hints that the Marvel Cinematic Universe could introduce a Muslim superhero in the future. We have plans for that once we introduce Captain Marvel to the world." The version of Ms . Marvel that Feige is referring to is Kamala Khan, a teenage

Marvel Studios officially announced plans to bring 16-year-old Ms . Marvel to the big screen. But Marvel 's fanbase is already psyched on the new character—wasting no time in arguing about who should play the Muslim ambassador to the MCU, and warning producers not to make the mistake of

“That’s a character that can inspire a lot of people,” he added. “So that was really just my way of fanning out.”

In addition to Ms. Marvel, Feige announced that two other live-action series are in the works. First up is Moon Knight, a cloaked crime-fighter and detective who prefers the shadows... not unlike a certain bat-eared hero who fights for Marvel’s distinguished competition.

Originally created in the 1970s, Moon Knight’s alter ego is Marc Spector, a former U.S. Marine who inherits the powers of an Egyptian moon god. Already a skilled boxer and martial artist, Spector’s Moon Knight abilities include enhanced strength — provided the moon is full, of course — and visions of things to come. Frequently seen in the company of characters like Daredevil and the Punisher, Moon Knight almost certainly would have popped up in Netflix’s corner of the Marvel universe had those shows dodged the axe. But with those Defenders retired (for now, at least), Disney+ is his natural new home.

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Muslim superhero Ms Marvel – AKA Kamala Khan – will become a prominent figure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Marvel president Kevin Feige confirmed Marvel “has That film, which features Larson as Carol Danvers, is Marvel ’s first female-led film and was originally titled Ms Marvel

Marvel Studios officially announced plans to bring 16-year-old Ms . Marvel to the big screen. The .4 billion-dollar Marvel Cinematic Universe , history's most profitable movie franchise, has made most of its money In the comics, Khan isn't the first woman to fight evil under the name Ms . Marvel .

She-Hulk is the other new show on Marvel’s Disney+ docket. In the comic book realm, She-Hulk was Bruce Banner’s cousin Jessica Walters, and received a dose of his gamma-generated powers following a blood transfusion. Unlike Bruce, though, people still liked her when she got angry because she held onto her intelligence and sense of humor after Hulking out.

As with Ms. Marvel, no further details were revealed about how She-Hulk will be adapted to the small screen. Because Jessica is one of the Marvel Universe’s finest legal minds, in addition to being one of its coolest superheroes, we’d personally love for the series to be Disney+’s answer to L.A. Law.


‘Black Panther’ Sequel Set for 2022 Release.
“Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler announced the release date of the much-anticipated follow-up film at D23 in Anaheim, Calif. Saturday. “Black Panther 2” will hit theaters May 6, 2022. “We’re not taking our time, we’re really trying to get it right,” Coogler said of the production schedule. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige said Coogler has delivered a treatment, complete with a villain and new title, though neither would give up those details. The date will place “Black Panther 2” as the furthest out announced Marvel film, between “Thor: Love and Thunder” (Nov.

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