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Ms. Marvel Head Writer Explains How the Series Sets Up Marvels

Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani denies MCU considers Marvel's 616 universe

Marvel Studios is known for the interconnectivity of its projects on both the big screen and the Disney+ streaming service. his first series, wandavisiondirectly connected Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness The film had Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch as the villain. Now, the studio wants to do the same Ms. Marvel, Ms. Marvel Star Iman Vellani will return as Kamala Khan in the upcoming captain marvel Result miracle, and it looks like there will be some kind of set-up for it before the final episode airs. during a new interview with Hollywood Reporter, Ms. Marvel Lead author Bisha K. Ali reveals how the series will prepare Titanic Hero for his big screen debut.

“At the time we started the Ms. Marvel writers’ room, we already knew that Marvel was going to happen and that Ms. Marvel was going to be a part of it,” Ali told the business. What I didn’t know – and still don’t – is what was going to happen in that movie, but I have some guesses… so I pretty much knew we’d find a teenage girl in Jersey City, without powers, and we would. Whatever is going to happen in that film, he has to prepare for it. So I was very aware of that connectivity, and by the time they got serious about that feature, most of our scripts were written. So, he had read all our scripts, and he knew what was going to happen to him. It was all on his mind when he was going into his film, but I would love to know what happens in his story.”

When Ms. Marvel Disney+ hits the streaming service, it will show the titular character with significant changes to his power set compared to the comics, and fans are pretty upset about it. One of the character’s creators has recently spoken out on the change and defended the rationale for it. Recently, Sana Amanat spoke to Entertainment Weekly, where she talks about the need for change in power sets.

“Obviously, so much of the show is an adaptation, and we thought it was important to make sure that her powers were connecting to the bigger stories in the Marvel universe. We wanted to make sure there was some more story to tell after that.” . series,” Amanat began. “Obviously, she goes to Marvels. Powers look different, which is pretty controversial. I know people are like, “How dare you change powers!” I know people are upset about it , but as someone who is probably one of the people closest to this character from the beginning, and having talked to Willow about it as well, I think Willow and I have always felt that it made sense. It was the right move because there are bigger stories to tell.”

Here’s How Disney+ Describes the Series: “Marvel Studios”Ms. MarvelA new, original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager who grew up in Jersey City. An avid gamer and an avid fan-fiction writer, Kamala is a superhero mega fan with a huge imagination—especially Yet when it comes to Captain Marvel, Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home – that is, until she’s got super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to Life gets better with super powers, doesn’t it?”

Ms. Marvel The film is being directed by executive producers Adil El Arabi and Bilal Falah, Mira Menon and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, with executive producer Bisha K Ali serving as the lead writer. The series stars Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, Matt Lintz as Bruno Carelli, Yasmin Fletcher as Nakia Bahadur, Rishi Shah as Kansan, Zenobia Shroff as Muniba Khan, Yusuf Khan as Yusuf Khan. As Mohammed Kapoor, Zoe Zimmer as Laurel Marsden and Aramis Knight. As Karim aka Red Dagger. The first two episodes of the series are streaming exclusively on Disney+!

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Drashti Jain