Can Kim Possible fit into MCU Phase 3?
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    Lightbulb Can Kim Possible fit into MCU Phase 3?

    I think Disney was right to buy MCU and Marvel altogether. I always wondered if they could fit Disney cartoon characters into their movies Roger Rabbit style?
    I would think Kim Possible would be an excellent addition to MCU. She would be introduced in Captain America: Civil War and appear again in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
    I'll add more details as to how to make this work soon. Give me your thoughts.

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    That is a very interesting idea you have there. However, I would go even further. I don't think the Roger Rabbit method of mixing animation and live action together would work with the tome of the Marvel movies as they are. I would go ahead and make KP live action as well. There's no reason she could not be as kick-*ss as any other women super-hero out there, i.e. the best example being Black Widow's rampage through Hammer Industries hallways in Iron Man 2. I dare say there is probably not a better example of a woman protagonist taking out multiple bad guys in the movies. There's no reason why she couldn't do the same.
    The only two questions comes in as to (1) who would play KP (I think she could be well cast), and (2) how she would fit with the MCU. In the TV series, she is literally the best butt-kicking hero on the planet. She would not be that in the MCU, unless she initially perhaps came from a different Universe. A good argument could be made from that considering all the different places separated by more than just physical distance that we see in the MCU, including alternate universes. Then you could see her become part of the team. Who would she join though? Cap or Tony? Food for thought..........
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    Thank you for the advice. First of all, I decided to scrap the Civil War introduction and just have her in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Second, I appreciate your suggestions, but in my fanon universe, Kim, Jake Long, and Lilo and Stitch fit into this universe. I know it wouldn't work well with the tone, but visual effects have come a long way. Plus, I can't really see a live action actress playing Kim Possible. Anyway, I'm gonna post part of my synopsis of my re-written version of Spider-Man Homecoming. I have yet to actually write it. I'll post more in the coming days. One more thing, for you guys who haven't seen SM:HC, SPOILER ALERT.

    In Middleton, after celebrating their graduation with a beach party, Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable fly off together in Kimís Sloth. They then arrive at Uncle Slimís cabin. Once there, Kim and Ron try to decide what college to go to together. Kim wants to go to Upperton since it was the only college Ron applied to, but Ron says that heíll go to any college Kim chooses. Meaning if she wants to study in Paris or Hong Kong, heíll do it to. Kim accepts his decision.

    The next morning, Kim and Ron arrive at Kimís house. Entering, they are met by Kimís twin brothers, Jim and Tim, flying around the house in their own make shift Iron Man gear. Kim and Ron are curious as to how they built the suits. Happy Hogan then appears and guides the couple upstairs to Kimís bedroom. They arrive to find Tony Stark sitting on Kimís bed.

    Ron is excited at seeing Tony and is shocked that Tony knows his name. He explains that heís been watching the teen heroes for a while and is impressed at how they handled The Lowradian Invasion. Kim blushes, but honestly admits to not being a fan of Tony. Tony then asks Kim to see her battle suit. Kim then reveals her secret panel in her closet, revealing her battle suit and explains the advanced features. Tony is impressed.

    Tony then explains the reason heís here: Since the Slovakia Accords, his popularity has dropped, with more people siding with Steve Roger aka Captain America, even though he has been branded a fugitive. He then asks Kim if she agrees with Captain America. Kim says no, even though she agrees with Steve. Tony offers Kim and Ron a position on The Avengers, thinking that having both teen heroes on the team would ease public opinions and be a great career opportunity for them.

    Kim asks if they refuse, that they would be forced to retire or be branded fugitives like Steve and Buck Barnes. Tony says that they are safe, explaining that neither him nor Secretary Ross canít touch them or Global Justice. Kim and Ron refuse the position. Tony then thanks the two, saying that theyíll probably meet again. As Tony and Happy leave, Jim and Tim approach them with angry faces, clearly overhearing the whole conversation. They express disbelief that Kim and Ron turned down what they think is the greatest job in the world. Kim happily says otherwise, expressing she likes to keep her world saving business and be close to Ron.

    One morning, Ron wakes up and has his naked mole rat, Rufus to fetch the mail. Rufus then finds a letter from Upperton University, the college of Kimís choice. He happily gives the letter to Ron. Ron then calls Kim and her family to watch him open the letter. He relays the news to his parents. Kim and her parents, James and Ann appear just as Ron begins to find out his fate. He is overjoyed to find out heís gotten in to Upperton. Everybody celebrates as Kim and Ron share a romantic hug. Kim expresses her joy at her and her boyfriend going to college together. They then learn that theyíll be spending their first two weeks of their semester in New York City. Kim laments that theyíll have excellent adventures while there.

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    Okay.... So K/R do not join either side, but continue to operate independently. That would set up some interesting interactions with The Avengers and/or Captain America and/or the governments enforcing the Slovakia accords (as if they could) if they continue their world saving missions.
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    Luckily, the Slovakia accords can't touch Team Possible or Global Justice. So, they are safe. By the way, i meant to edit that. I'll send you the new version soon.

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    Well the Slovakia accords were originally meant for The Avengers, yes. But what's to prevent the government from extending that to Team Possible? Even Kim Possible and her enemies, especially Shego, can cause enough mayhem and destruction to make them sit up and notice. They might even send the Avengers after them. But I'll see what you develop.
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