I can also do weekends! — Jameela Jamil (@jameelajamil) May 16, 2018And you know who’s especially on board with this idea. Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson. James Gunn Once Again Directing ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’Dark Phoenix Trailer Released & More Marvel Movie News P.S. if we bamboozled then into commissioning us we would just hand the pen over to @GWillowWilson on the sly OBVIOUSLY, let her and @MiniB622 call all the shots https://t.co/tVaKeJeC7i— Riz Ahmed (@rizmc) May 16, 2018Either way, let’s hope they do bamboozle Disney into hiring at least Ahmed and Kaling to write the movie. They’re fantastic, funny writers who would be perfect for this character. And they’re already really excited about the idea. It’s amazing the kind of response you get when you announce the first South Asian American superhero movie, isn’t it Marvel?Chadwick Boseman, Letitia Wright (Photo via Marvel)Also in the Marvel Universe, Black Panther is out on Blu-Ray and DVD, which means fans can learn a lot more about how the movie was made now. Easily Marvel’s best movie in a long time, Black Panther was remarkable for the sheer amount of talent both in front of and behind the camera. One of the people behind the camera: Donald Glover. He’s already in the MCU elsewhere, thanks to Spider-Man: Homecoming, so he couldn’t show up in Wakanda, but he did lend his writing talents to Black Panther.Glover and his brother/frequent writing partner Stephen were involved in the scene where T’Challa ascended to the throne and had to take on challengers. In the director’s commentary for the movie (per Hypebeast), Ryan Coogler confirms they worked on that scene, and were behind Suri’s perfect response to the ceremony. “This corset is really uncomfortable so could we all just wrap it up and go home?!” As great a comedy writer as Glover is, we knew he had to be responsible for some of the jokes in the movie.Chris Hemsworth in Thor: Ragnarok (via Marvel)The cast of Black Panther is definitely sticking around the MCU after Avengers 4, and we’re pretty sure the original Avengers aren’t. But that might not be the case anymore. Chris Hemsworth put out a video on Instagram thanking fans for Avengers: Infinity War’s huge success. “The film continues to smash records left right and center and, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: it’s all thanks to you guys,” he says. It’s a sweet way to thank fans for being as obsessed with these characters as we are. He went on, though.“We’re going to keep trying to crank them out for you, if you let us,” he said. It’s not news that Marvel intends to keep cranking them out as long as we keep buying tickets. But he said “we.” Not “they.” Implying that he’s still part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He might not be done after Avengers 4. The original cast’s contracts are all expiring after that movie, and many of them are moving on. Scarlett Johansson is sticking around for a Black Widow solo flick, but her involvement beyond that is unknown, and she seems to be an outlier. Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans have both expressed a desire to go out on a high note and pursue other projects, so the fact that Hemsworth is talking like he’s making more Marvel movies is unusual. I may have fainted. https://t.co/OJd8MuOt4R— G. (@GWillowWilson) May 16, 2018Once this happened, Ahmed said she would have to be involved. Wilson has done such amazing things with this character, she’d almost have to be a part of the movie. We’d hope. Riz! I am obsessed with this comic book, I’ve read them all. I love Kamala Khan. https://t.co/f3PevhfUzv— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) May 16, 2018Kumail Nanjiani did not respond, but plenty of others did. Like The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil. She’d be great for the movie too Marvel is planning to do Miss Marvel after Captain Marvel y’all Muslims. Prepare to finally be represented. pic.twitter.com/SKFofLDmBt— R O D Y IW SPOILERS (@StaarksHeart) May 12, 2018“We have plans for that once we introduce Captain Marvel to the world,” he said. That’s exciting, and while he doesn’t specify if those plans are for a movie or TV show, there’s reason to believe they’d keep Ms. Marvel in the movies. In the comics, her early journey has her directly involved with Captain Marvel. Before the events of Civil War II, she works with Carol Danvers a lot. (Less so now, but that’s a story for a later date as far as the movies are concerned.) If they want to do Ms. Marvel right, she needs to start out as a protege of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel. And Brie Larson isn’t appearing in any TV show.And just from that one announcement, people are excited. Talented writers are already throwing their hats in, telling Marvel how much they want to write this movie. It started with Riz Ahmed, who basically pitched a dream team of writers for the Ms. Marvel movie. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. This isn’t the first time it’s sounded like he might keep doing Thor either. Thor: Ragnarok took the character in a completely new, fun direction. What was meant to be his last solo movie turned into a jumping off point for a whole new version of Thor. After that movie was over, both Hemsworth and director Taika Waititi spoke about ideas they had for where to take Thor in the future. It sounded like they were both seriously considering making more movies together. After Thor and Thor: The Dark World, I thought the last thing I’d want after Infinity War was more Thor movies. But Ragnarok made the character fun. I want to see more of that Thor. Especially with Waititi behind him.Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Via Marvel)Finally, on the smaller side of the MCU, it’s that time of year where we find out what’s coming back to television next fall and what’s not. It won’t surprise anyone that Inhumans was cancelled. God, what a weird mess that thing turned into. I just hope Marvel can still find a place in the MCU for Lockjaw. He deserved better. The bigger question would be what would happen to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. There have been rumors about ABC wanting to cancel it, but Disney and Marvel like keeping it around. Plus, the last two seasons have been really good. Well, the good news is it’s coming back. The bad news is, not for a while.Though characters from the movies don’t typically cross over to the TV shows (Nick Fury appeared twice in the first season and never again), no other Marvel show reacts to the movies like Agents does. Captain America: The Winter Soldier gave the series its first great villain in Hydra. Doctor Strange allowed it to explore the supernatural. The last episodes of this season even start to reference Infinity War. For example in one scene, Daisy mentions some weird stuff happening in New York. So naturally, if Season Six premiered in the fall, it would have to address Thanos wiping out half the population. Some cast members couldn’t be in the show. And unlike the Netflix shows, Agents has already interacted with the movies enough that they can’t just ignore it.The solution: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Six won’t premiere until summer of 2019. A month or so after Avengers 4 comes out. That way the entire cast can come back and be in the show, and all they need to do is mention what happened in the time between seasons. Completely avoiding the issue like this isn’t the most satisfying solution, but it works best for a TV show. This way, it doesn’t get back into the position of chasing the movies. The show was at its worst when it was doing that. Still, I hope they at least show us a little of what happened during Thanos’ reign. Who disappeared? What did the rest of the agents do? We might find out, but not until over a year from now. So when do @MarvelStudios want me @mindykaling @kumailn to get started on the MsMarvel screenplay ?— Riz Ahmed (@rizmc) May 16, 2018I mean… I don’t work for Marvel Studios, but my answer would be “right freaking now, please.” The other people he mentioned are totally on board too. Mindy Kaling responded, Stay on target After the end credits of Avengers: Infinity War, there was one moment that made everyone in the theater gasp. OK, maybe two. First, there was seeing that Thanos’ snap had affected even Nick Fury and Maria Hill. But what really got everyone excited was the logo that showed up right before the movie cut to black. The part that let everyone know Captain Marvel is coming. Now, Captain Marvel the movie will be out next February, and we’re really excited for it. But just as exciting is the other character Captain Marvel paves the way for. If Captain Marvel exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ms. Marvel can’t be too far behind.If you’ve been keeping up with Marvel Comics, you’ve seen Ms. Marvel around. She’s honestly one of the best superheroes the comics have going right now. If you don’t know, the comics star Kamala Khan, a Muslim teenager who lives in Jersey City. She has the power to grow her body to any size, making her a surprisingly formidable hero. Her stories are sometimes funny, always action-packed and often affectingly real. It’s no surprise that the presence of Captain Marvel in the MCU is making fans wonder when Ms. Marvel will arrive. Well, we don’t know the answer to that, but the demand for Ms. Marvel is not news to Kevin Feige. He confirmed in a recent interview with the BBC that the studio does indeed have plans for the character.