When it comes to both the Marvel comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, science goes hand in hand. In the MCU, it can range from a variety like time traveling, particles, or superpowers. You know the whole superhero shebang. Of course none of that would be possible without the help of Clifford V. Johnson. Johnson is a British theoretical physicist and a USC professor whose worked on a lot of projects for both the film and television industries. Some of his famous works in pop culture includes MCU films Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Star Trek: Discovery. Johnson is no stranger to the MCU and his help on one of their latest projects will be Ms. Marvel for Disney+.
While speaking with IndieWire on the newest Hulu original movie, Palm Springs, Johnson goes on to explain the many experiences he has had over at Marvel Studios which you can read by clicking the link. He does have a dream project in mind and that project would be the Fantastic Four. Johnson explains the following:
“Reed Richards was taking his team and they were going off into weird higher dimensions and stuff. That’s stuff we’re trying to understand now in real science, so I would love to have the opportunity to help them make that look great and to weave that into a story.”
As for those who don’t know about Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan, she is the third person in the Marvel universe to take up the moniker after Carol Danvers and Sharon Ventrua. Her powers come from a latent Inhuman gene that gives her polymorph abilities. Meaning that not only can she stretch but she can shrink, grow, and shape shift. Being the first Pakistan-American character to get a solo comic book run, her rise in stardom has gone forward and beyond. Appearing in many Marvel cartoons like Marvel Rising or Avengers Assemble and video games like Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order and the upcoming Avengers game, making the jump to live action seems like the next right call.