Disney+’s launch last March will likely go down as one of the most sensible and profitable acts of House of Mouse in its long history — and that’s saying something. While many streamers scramble to find new content to keep up with subscriber numbers, Disney had a seemingly endless canyon of gold just waiting to be mined. allowed them to expand star wars And in the Marvel Universe in a way that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise, we’re seeing characters from these franchises who may have been left on the pages of comic books or only given small cameo roles. such is the case Ms. Marvel, and we have finally managed to get a better look at the character of Iman Vellani from the pictures from the new beginning.
Ms. Marvel It is one of the upcoming “Original” series from Marvel Studios, which will feature the story of Kamala Khan. Ms. Marvel. We’re still some way away from the series premiering on Disney+, but photos shared by @onset.unseen on Instagram have given us our first clear vision of the apt mini-hero next to a police cordon. The scene also shows several additional things in the crowd behind the barricades, and Ms. Marvel She herself seems ready to fight whatever comes her way.
The new series will focus on teenager Kamala Khan, who plays . is a big fan of captain marvel and Avengers who fight crime in Jersey City using her shape-shifting abilities. As we already know, Ms. Marvel Will join forces with Brie Larson captain marvel and Teyona Parish’s Monica Rambeau, who last appeared in wandavision. The series will be one of Marvel’s spin-offs that are an addendum to the MCU’s movie output, allowing character expansions in ways that would not have been possible in the movie franchise alone.
Speaking to The Inquirer in a previous interview, co-producer Sana Amanat said, “She has grown so much in the last four years and the diversity of our fans alone is so impressive. They all love Ms. Marvel. It goes to show that we have a really great story with great creators. I think it’s incredibly important that we tell young women and young girls that they have this incredible power within them, and that they have heroes. [who] …they can be especially watchful in these times.”
Ms. Marvel Filming began in November, managing to negotiate the pandemic with its cast and crew in Three Bubbles to allow filming to continue in the case that a positive Covid19 test came. Filming on the series ended in May. Originally, the series was planned to air in 2022, but then it was pushed and will now start later this year. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige revealed in February that the six-part series would set up straight events. Miracle, which will be released in November 2022 as part of the fourth phase of the MCU. With so few details available about the Disney+ series or subsequent movie plots, we’ll have to wait a bit longer before we can have any real idea what to expect.
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