Marvel Studios Confirms Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) for the MCU

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Sadly, Indian film industry does not make many superhero films but Hollywood fills the gap by making some fascinating films that rule the hearts of Indians.

A fourth Avengers film has been scheduled for release in one year.

Due to the cosmic nature of the plot and its many action-heavy sequences, Avengers: Infinity War featured a heck of a lot of CGI. The David Leitch-directed film hits US theaters this Friday.

While Marvel is keeping tight-lipped on what's in store for Avengers 4, leaked set photos from a year ago seemed to indicate that time travel would play a role in the movie, although that's been called into question since directors Joe and Anthony Russo implied that the recreation of certain major events is actually due to Tony Stark's BARF technology. Among the most popular of those characters is Kamala Khan, a.k.a. Ms. Marvel, a name formerly belonging to the current Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers, and several others before Kamala's run debuted in 2014.

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"I think it does bode well for us".

In Avengers: Infinity War, the Avengers join forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy to stop Thanos, who is trying to collect the Infinity Stones. So far, the blockbuster has raked in more than a billion dollars at the global box office.

Starring Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez, it's total domestic gross is now $29.6 million and it has yet to open overseas. With a domestic gross of almost $553 million, Avengers: Infinity War has made almost $1.639 billion dollars in less than three weeks. If it surpasses the lower end of the forecasted range, Deadpool will breaks its own record for the biggest domestic opener for an R-rated film. After adding in its global forecast, reports are eyeing a whopping $305-350 million opening for the sequel. Back in 2012, The Avengers scored big with critics and audiences and made a killing at the box office.