Now, the president of Marvel Studios is gunning for another first.
Ms Marvel's alter ego, Kamala Khan, is a Pakistani-American teenager who comes from New Jersey.
Marvel has said that a Ms Marvel movie is in the works. Maybe, with Captain Marvel and Miss Marvel, the studio could even work on that all-female Avengers movie we're begging for. "We have plans for that once we've introduced Captain Marvel to the world", said Feige.
While Avengers: Infinity War is out in theaters now, Captain Marvel will be in theaters March 8, 2019.
"Stop fan-casting Priyanka Chopra as Ms Marvel".
Don't expect anything just yet though - Ms Marvel will probably appear on screen after the release of Captain Marvel because her character is inspired by the hero who will soon be played by Brie Larson in the upcoming Captain Marvel-centric film.
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When news of Ms Marvel's debut spread like wild fire, fans were quick to share their two cents on the ideal actor for the role.
We all know that Priyanka Chopra is a superhero in her own right whether it's acting in An American television show like Quantico, jet-set between continents or make exquisite appearances in the red carpet. Brie Larson will play the role of Danvers in the Captain Marvel film.
With the Marvel universe having more than 7,000 characters who will be in focus next is very hard to tell.
But whatever the case, Kamala Khan's introduction would be a welcome new addition to Marvel's growing pantheon of diverse superheroes, and a nice way to break up the plethora of white guys named Chris.
Fans backed her for the part. She is from Jersey City, and the character went to the same high school I did.
While nothing was officially confirmed regarding a Ms. Marvel timeline, fans on social media are certainly overjoyed about the news.