Box office figures of that size would probably be enough to stop Avengers: Infinity War ending up as 2018's biggest film in the UK. Decisions such as these contribute heavily to the MCU's success.

So far, the film has earned $1.6 billion dollars worldwide.

As a main superhero in MCU, Stark later becomes a member of an elite squad of "enhanced individuals".

Do you remember the "Doctor Who" actress in "Captain America: The First Avenger"?

"Infinity War", with $1.06 billion overseas, is also the first superhero film to gross more than $1 billion overseas. She has even had the honor to join a new Avengers team for the greater good. Because she's a strong, yet sensitive, contemporary female.

Disney/Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War", which introduces reigning baddie Thanos (Josh Brolin) in full, is the biggest superhero movie ever, before adjusting for inflation. Also, Kamala writes Avengers fanfiction. While these women fight alongside the male Avengers and strive to maintain world balance, they still remain secondary characters. A Muslim superhero movie could be a savvy move for global markets, too, what with Saudi Arabia recently opening its first-ever multiplex, and making a big push to encourage new business. "It's clear that we all want that".

So there's definitely scope for Ms Marvel to make her appearance at some point.

In an interview conducted by BBC Kevin Feige confirmed that the Marvel studio is planning a Ms Marvel movie and that the studio is now filming Captain Marvel with Brie Larson. "We have films that we haven't announced yet, with filmmakers that we haven't announced yet, that we'll continue to see", Feige told NPR. As it turns out, Captain Marvel might prove to be one of the most important films in the MCU. But for every move at Thanos' disposal, there's one thing fans did not see him do in the recently released Marvel Studios film: dance. Alternately, she could be like the Wasp, and co-headline a Captain Marvel sequel. The film will be directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck.



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