A thought occurred to me while reading some comics the other day. Every one is always asking when, say, Black Panther, Ms. Marvel, etc will get movies as they are major Avengers...but one of the most prominently used Avengers in the comics right now, Spider-Woman, is never brought up. She's literally in almost every major Avengers title and is used in most of their appearances in other books, to the point where she is the most used non-movie Avenger right now, but no one ever talks about her in the context of the movies. It might be because of Spider-Man, but I think Marvel could make her work in the MCU. Here's my idea: Treat her like Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Falcon and introduce her as a SHIELD agent in another hero's movie. Cap or Avengers films would probably be the best place. Update her design accordingly, as they've done with the aforementioned three. Explain that her codename is Spider-Woman. They can explain her as being a victim of a more advanced version of AIM's Extremis virus being experimented with by SHIELD. The tests used a spider venom chemical in the virus that resulted in her gaining super human abilities, including the ability to generate biochemical blasts. Voila, Spider-Woman now works on the big screen and makes sense even in a world with Spider-Man movies. So how would you do it, and do you think she should even be in the MCU?