'Avengers: Infinity War' directors reveal who lived and who died off

One such recent film that has done exceptionally well at the box office of our country is "Avengers: Infinity War" by Marvel Studios.

2019 will also see the release of Captain Marvel and a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and both films are expected to make close to $1 billion worldwide, according to a Forbes report. "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".

A Muslim superhero would add to diversity in the MCU. She dons the name Ms. Marvel as she idolizes Carol after she saw her in action.

In an interview with BBC, the Marvel honcho talked about the production for "Captain Marvel", which stars the Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson as the titular character, before he made the revelation.

In the "lives" category, we have Howard the Duck (Seth Green), Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), and Nakia - though regarding Lupita Nyong'o's character, the Russos said that she is "deep undercover", which is why she wasn't in Infinity War, but wouldn't comment specifically on her status post-dusting.

She also became a member of the Avengers after "Secret Wars" and led her own team, The Champions, alongside Nova, Miles Morales, Amadeus Cho, Viv Vision, and the time-displaced Cyclops.

Superhero cinema has a new king. The vibrant, peppy, and hilariously awkward character with shape-shifting abilities burst from the pages in her comic book debut and has become one of the comic book characters that I most dearly want to see a feature-film iteration of.

Ms. Marvel is now one of the more popular characters in Marvel Comics. This itself proves how much the Indian fans have loved the film.

We still don't know exactly what the future of the MCU will look like after the events of Avengers: Infinity War, but at least you can stock up some great films from its first decade of existence.

  • Kyle Peterson