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Absolutely ah-mazing marvelous!! Emily Blunt is reportedly set to play Ms. Marvel in the forthcoming Avengers sequel! How adorbzies!!! We still rem… Read more…

5 comments to “Emily Blunt's Super Awesomeness Scores Her An Avengers 2 Role As Ms. Marvel!”

  1. Joslyn says – reply to this


    Oh God, I'll just say it, he looks ugly here - or more so than usual.

  2. demode says – reply to this


    Perez, what are we to do with you? You say in the very misleading title that Emily Blunt "scores" the role of Ms Marvel. Yet in the actual post, you say that she is in the running for the part (along with Ruth Wilson). Scoring a role means that you actually got the part, you foolish fool. Of course, as a failed actor, you probably don't understand that. In your twisted mind, you have probably "scored" lots of roles too… lol…

  3. PsyKnife says – reply to this


    Well shes got pressure. The actors and characters are already so great, I like how Whedon is putting acting credentials in the forefront rather then just beauty. Ms. Marvel is likely going to be one of the hardest super heroes to bring to life. She'll most definitely be the most complicated heroine brought to live on the silver screen that's for certain. Equally important, is Black Widow is no longer alone anymore, and since Emily turned down B.W it isn't not a surprise Marvel came back to her (this time with a role she could not look away from).

  4. Nicole says – reply to this


    I thought Ms. Marvel was a black woman in the comics? Why the change?

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    Hi Nicole, Ms. Marvel was originally a white woman named Carol Danvers, although you are correct; a black woman eventually took over the mantle of Ms. Marvel. Did you know that Nick Fury from Avengers was originally a white man? And that the Kingpin from the Daredevil movie originally appeared in Marvel comics as a white man as well? Also, Elektra had black hair, but they cast Jennifer Garner to play the part. I guess my point is that they're always changing things around when it comes to comics making the jump to the big screen (just look at all the X-Men movies).