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Ms. Marvel Season 2: Director Reveals 1 Inhuman Who Would Need to Appear

Ms. Marvel had a stellar first season on Disney+, leaving fans to wonder if Iman Vellani’s titular hero will return for a potential second on the streaming service. While Marvel Studios has yet to confirm if a sophomore run is in the cards, Ms. Marvel cinematographer Jules O’Loughlin recently admitted that he “[hasn’t] heard of any plans for a Season 2.”

Despite that, Vellani has been optimistic about returning to the small screen for another run as the bangle-powered heroine. The up-and-coming MCU newcomer shared “it would be fun” to see Kamala after fighting side by side with Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers in the MCU sequel The Marvels​​​​​​, similar to what Tom Holland’s Spider-Man went through after fighting with the Avengers in Captain America: Civil War.

Now, the show’s directors have shared their ideas on which story and characters to explore in Season 2.

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Ms. Marvel Directors Want Lockjaw Appearance

In an interview with IGN, Ms. Marvel director and co-showrunners Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah talked about a potential appearance by a notable member of the Inhumans during its heavily-speculated sophomore run.

Looking ahead to a potential second season, Fallah shared that “there’s much more we can do with Kamala Khan,” which includes exploring her powers.

El Ardi chimed in, noting that there is a “big dog” from the comics that could make an appearance In Season 2. The Marvel director is actually referring to Lockjaw, a massive dog with the power of inter-dimensional teleportation.

Lockjaw is an interesting character to explore in Season 2, but the appearance of the “big dog” could lead to the possible presence of the Inhuman Royal family led by Black Bolt. In addition, lead star Iman Vellani confirmed that she tried to include Lockjaw in the first season, but her efforts didn’t succeed.

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