Marvel’s Muslim superhero Kamala Khan In (Ms Marvel) series is coming. The series, linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will be aired on Disney Plus.
Marvel’s Muslim superhero Kamala Khan (Ms Marvel) will soon join the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter today, Disney, officially began preparations for the series Ms Marvel. Ms Marvel will be aired on the Disney Plus platform and will be the first superhero series / film starring a Muslim character.
Marvel’s desire to add Kamala Khan to the cinematic universe has been known for some time. Kevin Feige, head of the MCU, announced his plans for the first time last year. However, at that time, we thought that Ms Marvel would come out as a film. Disney has decided to shoot a series instead of movies to enrich the content library of Disney +, the new digital broadcasting platform.
We don’t know anything about Ms Marvel for the time being. According to the statements in The Hollywood Reporter, comedian Bisha K. Ali will be the producer and screenwriter of the series. We do not have any information about the cast and release date yet.
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In the Marvel comics, the nickname ‘Ms Marvel’ was used by multiple superheroes. Carol Danvers, for example, played by Brie Larson, is one of these heroes. However, when Carol Danvers began to use the pseudonym Captan Marvel, Ms Marvel changed to a new and young hero, Kamala Khan. At the moment Ms Marvel stands out as a Muslim superhero inspired by Captain Marvel.
Kamala Khan, a young superhero from Pakistan, was first introduced in 2013 in comics. Kamala Khan’s own series began to be published in 2015. The first issue of the series also won the 2015 Hugo Best Graphic Story Award. The character of Kamala Khan now has an important place in comics.