I think thats a great intro to bring in the female fury into the Avengers franchise. I dont see why it wouldnt work considering they did such a great job on Thor and Captain America. I have to admit, I had my doubts. Starting her off at the security chief at NASA is perfect because later shes going to have to deal with aliens. Thats not too over the top. Later she finds herself fighting off Skrull aliens to save the planet. Thats when Nick Fury approaches her to join the group as Ms. Marvel! Her costume will have to be redesigned be shield to suite audience. Thigh highs are too slutty and kinda campy. --Previous Message-- : It's very unlikely we would ever get a : live-action Ms. Marvel film. But if you : could write a solo film, what part of her : complicated history would you keep? How : would you establish her character? : : I thought it would be good to start her off : as the security chief at NASA. We soon learn : that she was an airforce major and a spy. : Her job at NASA was not what she wanted but : couldn't become an astronaut. She starts : investigating strange behavior that leads : her to Capt. Marvel and a fight with fellow : Kree Yon-Rogg. We get the explosion with the : psycho-magnetron that accidentally gives her : her powers. : : The next part will be about Carol recovering : in the hospital. Mar-vell briefly appears to : tell her about the Kree-Skrull War and how : Earth might be caught in the conflict. He : soon disappears into outer space to talk to : his leaders. Soon after Carol discovers her : powers, and makes the mistake of confiding : in Michael Rossi, who will betray her near : the end. She decides to keep it a secret : because she doesn't know who to trust. There : is no mention of the Avengers, but SHIELD is : still around. : : She continues investigating possible : Kree-Skrull activity on Earth with end up : with her going full hero and saving the : planet from a Kree platoon of Sentries. : : If there was sequel it would begin with her : powers being stolen. Since Fox owns the film : rights of Rogue's character, we could use an : agent of A.I.M. who could serve as one of : the new antagonists. Carol learns A.I.M. is : conspiring with the Kree in order to spare : the Earth from the Kree-Skrull War. The : believe there's nothing on Earth that can : protect the world from the superior forces : of the aliens. But A.I.M. is really using : this alliance to acquire more advanced : technology and control the World. Carol : finds the strength to keep fighting, but : ends up being captured. A.I.M. decides to : experiment on her which ends up transforming : Carol in Binary. She defeats A.I.M. and : flies into space to stop a fleet of both : Kree and Skrull aliens. :
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