Pakistani-American Muslim superhero movie coming: Marvel


Kevin Feige revealed his plans to bring the first even female Muslim superhero onto screens after Brie Larson's movie, Captain Marvel is released next year. There's no question that Carol Danvers will be a huge inspiration to young Marvel fans when she steps out in her red, gold, and blue suit in 2019's Captain Marvel.

Marvel was responsible for vetting the designs and writing out the storylines for the characters, while NetEase was responsible for influencing the story with traditional Chinese mythology and history, according to South China Morning Post.

Captain Marvel is an incredible 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 unbelievable Kamala Khan. It's a struggle we've all faced in one form or another, and isn't just particular to Kamala because she's Muslim.

Feige is credited with producing a long list of superhero flicks, with the most recent including Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Thor with another Anglo fan favorite, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, and the record-breaking Black Panther, starring Chadwick Boseman, which premiered earlier this year.

When Kamala Khan's Ms Marvel was introduced, it received enthusiastic response from comic-book readers around the world who praised her characterisation.

As for who will be cast as Ms Marvel in the MCU?

We wonder which actress will bag the role of Ms Marvel in the next phase of MCU after Avengers 4. Fantastic and also change the size of her body including enlarging her fists for a bigger punch. Ms Marvel aka Kamala Khan, the Pakistani teenager from New Jersey with shapeshifting abilities, will soon headline her solo MCU outing.

They also pointed out the fact that Kamala is from Pakistani descent, where as Priyanka is Indian.