In an interview with BBC, Kevin Feige confirmed that a Ms. Marvel movie is "definitely sort-of in the works".
Created by Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, G Willow Wilson, and Adrian Alphona, Kamala became Marvel's first Muslim superhero to get her own comic book and first appeared in Captain Marvel #14 comic in 2013.
After the release of Marvel's "Black Panther" (based on an African-American superhero) led to an incredible box-office collection worldwide, Marvel Studios has announced to make another film, featuring a Pakistani-Muslim female superhero.
"Captain Marvel right now is shooting right now with Brie Larson".
Since the announcement the internet has been sent into meltdown with comic book fans speculating over who should play the teen icon. Though Marvel has introduced us to many superheroes, that strong woman character has always been something the audience have been waiting for.
The "Captain Marvel" movie, which will hit the cinemas in March next year, is set in the 1990s. Then, we can look forward to seeing Ms. Marvel join the MCU soon after! As described in the comics, Khan is a teenage Pakistani American from Jersey City in New Jersey and fans want to see that accurately portrayed on screen. 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.
Some also argue that Chopra might be a bit too old for the role.