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‘Ms. Marvel’ Review: Latest Disney+ Marvel Adaptation Is Charming and Winsome

It’s downright audacious that Marvel is now making TV shows about Avengers superfans, but despite that thoroughly meta invitation to egomania, real-life MCU diehards are in for a treat with “Ms. Marvel.”First introduced in a 2013 comic by Sana Amanat, “Ms. Marvel” is the story of Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a nerdy New Jersey teen […]

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Ms. Marvel Directors Bilall Fallah And Adil El Arbi Reveal How This Show Fits In Their Wheelhouse

The newest Marvel superhero coming to Disney+ is Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a teenage girl who idolizes Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and wishes she were a superhero herself. The series is based on the wildly popular comic of the same name, and has been a huge step forward in Muslim representation in superhero stories. Morrocan Belgian […]

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Ms. Marvel’s Head Writer Insisted On Paying Tribute To A Dearly Departed Avenger

When “Black Widow” came along in 2021, it was only the second Marvel Studios film out of a full two dozen to be centered on a female superhero, with “Captain Marvel” being the first. “Ms. Marvel” is in a similar position in that it’s only Marvel’s second Disney+ series after “WandaVision” to put a female hero front and […]

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Marvel Seems To Be Making Up For Pushing Aside Certain Female Characters

If you’ve ever wondered how the Marvel Cinematic Universe treated female-led superhero movies until recently, allow me to enlighten you. The MCU kicked off with “Iron-Man” in 2008, but until “Ant-Man and the Wasp” was released a decade later, there hadn’t been a female character even mentioned in any movie titles. “Captain Marvel” was released […]

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‘The Batman’ Shares the Box Office with a Surprise Hit: ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’

This weekend is the two-year anniversary of when theaters closed and began the unprecedented disruption of a century-old business. Its impact remains a work in progress, although positive signs continue: “The Batman” crossed the $300 million domestic mark in its third weekend. That’s two days earlier than “Batman v Superman” in 2016, which opened $30 […]

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