Marvel Cinematic Universe has expanded to Pakistan as the studios have found a team of four brilliant filmmakers to helm its series on the first Muslim, Pakistani superhero Kamala Khan who was introduced in comics around 2012.
Roping in two-times Oscar winner Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy from Pakistan alongside acclaimed director Meera Menon and makers of 2020 biggest box office success ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, the series titled Ms. Marvel is now officially in the pipeline with a diverse group helming the directorial.
The script of Ms. Marvel is penned by the head writer at MCU Bisha K. Ali. The story of Kamala Khan who is a Pakistani-American in New Jersey will look into the superhero’s journey of finding her own identity surrounded by a conservative family.
According to sources at MCU after the series, Ms. Marvel will also be included in the upcoming films of the studio.