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Choose A Female Character From The Marvel Cinematic Universe And We'll Tell You A Fun Fact About Her
Black Widow initially debuted in the comics in 1964 sporting a black hairstyle as opposed to the red locks that she's most recognized for now.
She was the only female Avenger to appear in a 1999 "Got Milk?" commercial.
Pepper was originally modelled after Schultzy from "The Bob Cummings Show" but was later given her own look after it was decided that the characters looked too similar.
In an alternate universe (Ultimate Marvel), Maria Hill works for the NYPD.
She is actually an American agent in the comics, not British like is shown in the MCU.
She started out as Peggy Carter's younger sister before the storyline was changed to make her Peggy's great niece instead.
Jane Foster has typically been depicted as having a medical background (appearing as a nurse, paramedic, and physician on separate occasions), as opposed to her role as an astrophysicist in the MCU.
The comics version of Hope has a twin brother and is better known as the supervillain Red Queen.
She can been seen sitting in the audience during a scene in the 2010 animated "Planet Hulk" video.
At one point in the comics, Nebula actually has control of the Infinity Gauntlet (you know, that fancy golden glove studded with six colorful stones that all the Avengers are obsessed with). Don't mess with her!
The decision to have her suffer a miscarriage in a 1980s edition of "The Incredible Hulk" was such a point of contention for writer Peter David that he refused to write that issue of the comic.
This comedic MCU character doesn't actually exist in the Marvel Comics canon.
One of her many different names, Kismet, refers to the Arabic word for fate.
Rebecca Hall, the actress who plays Maya Hansen in "Iron Man 3", acted alongside Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) in the British TV series "Parade's End".
Glenn Close, the actress who portrays Irani Rael in the MCU, is the president of a film production company called Trillium Productions Inc.
Sif reportedly feasts on a steady diet of golden apples to preserve her youth.
For 31 years, Christine Palmer only existed on the page as a character in the short-lived "Night Nurse" comic book series, before she reappeared in a "Nightcrawler" comic in 2004.
She has the ability to communicate with plant life, but it is yet to be seen if this characteristic will be utilized in the MCU.
Marissa Tomei, the actress who plays Spider-Man's aunt in "Captain America: Civil War" and the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming" films starred alongside Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) in 1994's rom-com "Only You".
Claudia Kim, the actress for Dr. Helen Cho, would probably get along well with Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange: Kim acted in a South Korean medical drama about a neurosurgeon called "Brain".
Linda Cardellini, the actress who plays Hawkeye's wife in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" appeared in "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn's superhero dark comedy/drama "Super" in 2010.
Tilda Swinton, the actress for the Ancient One in the MCU, was born in London, England, which is the site of one of three sanctums featured in the movie "Doctor Strange".