Ms. Marvel was created by writer G. Willow Wilson, artist Adrian Alphona and editors Sana Amanat and Stephen Wacker and made her comic book series debut in February 2014.
Coming from Feige, that could easily mean a whole lot of nothing, but the truth is that the MCU is going to need to introduce a new era of heroes to the world in order for it to move forward.
We're being treated to Brie Larson's Captain Marvel in April 2019 and now Ms Marvel may also break into the MCU. It will be Marvel's first solo female superhero film where a female pilot named Carol Danvers turns into Captain Marvel after an encounter with aliens.
With Avengers: Infinity War broke so many records and had the fans asking for more.
For the uninitiated, Ms. Marvel - alias Kamala Khan - is a Pakistani-American Muslim teen, who is inspired to become a superhero by Captain Marvel. And now this fan-favorite character (whose very vocal fans have called for a solo movie almost every day on Twitter) could finally make her MCU debut.
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Meanwhile, Ben Mendelsohn, who will star as the villain in the "Captain Marvel" movie, previously claimed that Brie is the ideal choice for the role of the Marvel superhero. Read our review of Ms. Marvel #1.
The South Asian character Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel is one such superhero in development as suggested by Marvel boss Kevin Feige to BBC in a recent interview.
"We're doing Captain Marvel right now, that's shooting now".
The comic describes her as, "Just an ordinary girl from Jersey City, until she is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts".
'I'm guessing we will try our hand at what I'll call a new franchise beyond Avengers, but that doesn't necessarily mean you won't see more Avengers down the road. In 2016, the 35-year-old actor voiced Ms Marvel for a video game.