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Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

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Disney is developing a live-action Ms. Marvel TV series for Disney Plus, The Hollywood Reporter first reported on Friday.Ms. Marvel is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero whose real name is Kamala Khan.It's the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series in the works for Disney Plus. Other include The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Kamala Khan is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

A live-action Ms. Marvel TV series is in the works for Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney Plus, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Disney Plus launches November 12.

Several other MCU series are being developed for the service with actors from the films reprising their roles, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Hawkeye, Loki, and an animated series, What If?, which will tell alternate versions of MCU stories.

READ MORE: Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on

Khan is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero introduced in Marvel Comics in 2013. Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson in the MCU, used to be known as Ms. Marvel in the comics. After Danvers dons the mantle of Captain Marvel in the comics, Khan calls herself Ms. Marvel.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has prioritized diversity in future projects. The MCU will also introduce its first Asian superhero to headline a solo movie in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.  

When you have diverse voices, you get better stories and you get more exciting stories, you get more surprising stories, Feige told Variety last year. And that is something that is very clear.

Feige said last May that plans were in the works to introduce Ms. Marvel to the MCU.

We're doing 'Captain Marvel' right now, 'Captain Marvel' is shooting right now with Brie Larson, he said in an interview with the BBC. 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. We have plans for that once we introduce Captain Marvel to the world.

We likely won't see the series for another couple of years. The first Disney Plus Marvel series, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, debuts in late 2020.

Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCUDisney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

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Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

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Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

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Disney is developing a live-action Ms. Marvel TV series for Disney Plus, The Hollywood Reporter first reported on Friday. Ms. Marvel is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero whose real name is Kamala Khan. It's the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series in the works for Disney Plus. Other include The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Kamala Khan is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A live-action Ms. Marvel TV series is in the works for Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney Plus, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Disney Plus launches November 12. Several other MCU series are being developed for the service with actors from the films reprising their roles, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Hawkeye, Loki, and an animated series, What If?, which will tell alternate versions of MCU stories. READ MORE: Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on Khan is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero introduced in Marvel Comics in 2013. Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson in the MCU, used to be known as Ms. Marvel in the comics. After Danvers dons the mantle of Captain Marvel in the comics, Khan calls herself Ms. Marvel. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has prioritized diversity in future projects. The MCU will also introduce its first Asian superhero to headline a solo movie in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.   When you have diverse voices, you get better stories and you get more exciting stories, you get more surprising stories, Feige told Variety last year. And that is something that is very clear. Feige said last May that plans were in the works to introduce Ms. Marvel to the MCU. We're doing 'Captain Marvel' right now, 'Captain Marvel' is shooting right now with Brie Larson, he said in an interview with the BBC. 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. We have plans for that once we introduce Captain Marvel to the world. We likely won't see the series for another couple of years. The first Disney Plus Marvel series, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, debuts in late 2020.

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Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCUDisney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

Disney is developing a live-action Ms. Marvel ...

Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

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Disney is reportedly making a 'Ms. Marvel' TV series for its upcoming Netflix competitor, bringing the Muslim superhero to the MCU

2019-08-23T23:24:20+02:00

2019-08-23T23:31:17+02:00

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Disney is developing a live-action Ms. Marvel TV series for Disney Plus, The Hollywood Reporter first reported on Friday. Ms. Marvel is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero whose real name is Kamala Khan. It's the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe series in the works for Disney Plus. Other include The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Kamala Khan is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A live-action Ms. Marvel TV series is in the works for Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney Plus, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Disney Plus launches November 12. Several other MCU series are being developed for the service with actors from the films reprising their roles, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Hawkeye, Loki, and an animated series, What If?, which will tell alternate versions of MCU stories. READ MORE: Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on Khan is a teenage, Pakistani American, Muslim superhero introduced in Marvel Comics in 2013. Carol Danvers, played by Brie Larson in the MCU, used to be known as Ms. Marvel in the comics. After Danvers dons the mantle of Captain Marvel in the comics, Khan calls herself Ms. Marvel. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has prioritized diversity in future projects. The MCU will also introduce its first Asian superhero to headline a solo movie in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.   When you have diverse voices, you get better stories and you get more exciting stories, you get more surprising stories, Feige told Variety last year. And that is something that is very clear. Feige said last May that plans were in the works to introduce Ms. Marvel to the MCU. We're doing 'Captain Marvel' right now, 'Captain Marvel' is shooting right now with Brie Larson, he said in an interview with the BBC. 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. We have plans for that once we introduce Captain Marvel to the world. We likely won't see the series for another couple of years. The first Disney Plus Marvel series, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, debuts in late 2020.

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