Ms. Marvel’s six-episode run finally ended on Disney+, and the next step in Kamala Khan’s adventure is her upcoming big screen debut in The Marvels alongside Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel and Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau. Aside from the massive team-up, the exact plot details of the sequel are still being kept under wraps, but it has been confirmed that both Iman Vellani and Parris will have significant roles.
Vellani already said that she was surprised to learn that she’s a “main character” in The Marvels instead of a cameo. This means that Kamala’s story will be further developed in a major way, and working alongside her idol indicates that she will learn a lot from that experience alone.
While a potential second season of Ms. Marvel has yet to be announced, the show’s lead star has some ideas on where the character will go next after her cosmic adventure.
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Ms. Marvel lead star Iman Vellani sat down with Stylecaster to talk about her MCU future, the potential second season of her Disney+ series, and her upcoming stint in The Marvels.
Vellani first admitted that she hopes Ms. Marvel will be renewed for a second season, saying that “it would be fun” to see Kamala after fighting side by side with Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers in the MCU sequel.
The Marvel newcomer also shared that Kamala’s post-The Marvels adventures would be similar to what Tom Holland’s Spider-Man went through after fighting with the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige previously compared Ms. Marvel actress Iman Vellani to Spider-Man star Tom Holland, calling the MCU newcomer a “much bigger Marvel fan than we realized.” At this stage, the two heroes (Kamala and Peter) have similar narrative trajectories in the interconnected universe, and Feige’s comparison is a fitting one.
Kamala may also consistently mention that cosmic trip and how she helped Captain Marvel fight the bad guys, similar to how Peter Parker continuously raved about the Stark Internship during Spider-Man: Homecoming. All six episodes of Ms. Marvel are now streaming on Disney+.