Ms. Marvel is an American streaming television series, created by Bisha K. Ali for Disney+. It is an adaptation of the Marvel Comics of the same name, and set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, centering on the eponymous character, Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel. It is the seventh Disney+ original series, featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ms. Marvel is produced by Marvel Studios, with Bisha K. Ali, serving as the showrunner.
The series stars Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Fawad Khan, Farhan Akhtar, Mehwish Hayat, Samina Ahmed, Laurel Marsden, Arian Moayed, Adaku Ononogbo, Alysia Reiner, Azhar Usman, Laith Nakli, Nimra Bucha, and Travina Springer, with Aramis Knight.
Ms. Marvel premiered on June 8, 2022. It is part of Phase Four of the MCU. Like the other Marvel series, produced by Disney+, it is tied into the wider universe, with Ms. Marvel returning, for the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels.
Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel is a new, original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager growing up in Jersey City. An avid gamer and a voracious fan-fiction scribe, Kamala is a Super Hero mega-fan with an oversized imagination—particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel. Yet Kamala feels invisible both at home and at school—that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to. Life gets better with super powers, right?
Kamala Khan is an average Pakistani-American teenager in Jersey City who feels that her life is of unrelenting sameness. She relies on her science-savvy friend Bruno Carrelli and Nakia Bahadir for comfort and her family who are supportive of her, but strong in their traditions. Kamala loves superheroes and is especially a fan of Captain Marvel, whom she admires. Wanting to attend AvengerCon, Kamala asks her parents if she can go, but they, or more specifically her mother Muneeba, refuses. Her brother Aamir manages to talk to them, but when they insist that they go with her and have her dress as the Hulk instead, she becomes angry and is once again not permitted. Kamala instead sneaks out with Bruno while also taking a bangle that Muneeba seems particularly offended by.
At the convention, Kamala discovers that the bangle gives her powers and she ends up rescuing Zoe Zimmer, a popular girl from school. Bruno helps her figure out what kind of powers she has, which in this case is to make hard light. Kamala meets a boy named Kamran, whom she immediately falls for, much to Bruno's displeasure, and who later reveals that he is part of a group called the Clandestines lead by his mother Najma. They came from another dimension of Djinn who have been trying to find a way home and Kamala's great grandmother Aisha was one of them. Kamala is ecstatic at the news, but realizes that their plan to open the veil to the Djinn dimension will result in Earth possibly getting destroyed.
The Clandestine are captured by Damage Control while Kamala escapes from them. She is later informed by her grandmother Sana Ali about a shared vision they had and asks her to come to Karachi. Kamala and Muneeba arrive where the former meets their native hero Red Dagger who tells her of an ongoing war between the Daggers and the Clandestine. The Clandestine themselves escape Damage Control, but Najma chooses to leave Kamran behind due to his weakening support. They arrive in Karachi to claim the bangle and fight Kamala and Red Dagger. During the scuffle, Kamala's bangle activates, resulting in her being sent back in time to when Sana Ali was a toddler and meets a dying Aisha who was betrayed by Najma for leaving them. She rescues Sana during the partition.
Kamala returns and the veil opens, but it kills anyone who comes in contact with it. Realizing it is hopeless, Najma sacrifices herself and sends her energy to Kamran; imbuing him similar powers to Kamala. He goes on the run and meets up with Bruno for help. Kamala returns home with her whole family now aware of her superpowers and is given a brand new costume. Kamala, Bruno, Kamran, Nakia, Zoe and Aamir all meet at the school to fend off Damage Control's corrupt agent Sadie Deever who wants them taken in. The fight rages on outside when Kamran is angered to learn that his mother has died, but Kamala comforts him and allows him to escape to the docks so that he can get rescued by the Daggers. The Jersey City residents stand up for Kamala as Deever is relieved of duty by Agent Cleary.
Kamala is happily embraced by the community and has a conversation with her father Yusuf who reveals that her name Kamala comes from "Kamal" which in Urdu means "Marvel". Now calling herself Ms. Marvel, Kamala vows to protect the city. One week later, Kamala is hanging out with Nakia and Bruno, the latter of whom is leaving for Cal Tech. Bruno reveals that he had been running diagnostics on Kamala and discovered that the bangle is not giving her powers, but rather pulling something out of her; referring to it as a "mutation". Kamala throws caution to the wind so that they can have fun. In a mid-credits scene, Kamala returns home tired when she is suddenly pulled away by a strong force and replaced with Carol Danvers who reacts in shock.
- Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel
- Matt Lintz as Bruno Carrelli
- Yasmeen Fletcher as Nakia Bahadir
- Zenobia Shroff as Muneeba Khan
- Mohan Kapur as Yusuf Khan
- Saagar Shaikh as Aamir Khan
- Rish Shah as Kamran
- Fawad Khan as Hasan
- Farhan Akhtar as Waleed
- Mehwish Hayat as Aisha
- Samina Ahmad as Sana Ali
- Laurel Marsden as Zoe Zimmer
- Arian Moayed as Agent Cleary
- Adaku Ononogbo as Fariha
- Alysia Reiner DODC Agent Sadie Deever
- Azhar Usman as Najaf
- Laith Nakli as Sheikh Abdullah
- Nimra Bucha as Najma
- Travina Springer as Tyesha Hillman
- Aramis Knight as Kareem/Red Dagger
- Jordan Firstman as Mr. Wilson
- Anjali Bhimani as Auntie Ruby
- Sophia Mahmud as Auntie Zara
- Connor Jones as Shawn
- Paul Kim as Paul
- Matthew Vasquez as Miguel
- Philip Covin as Gym Teacher
- Cheslee Duke as Student #1
- Jada Keche Howard as Student #2
- Sheila Awasthi as Snapchat Girl #1
- Iyad Hajjaj as Uncle Rasheed
- Yash Gajera as Mosque Bro #1
- Rany Abu-Elniaj as Mosque Bro #2
- Ali Alsaleh as Aadam
- Dan Carter as Saleem
- Nic Starr as Mr. Hillman
- Tonia Jackson as Mrs. Hillman
- Vardah Aziz as Zainab
- Asfandyar Khan as Owais
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date|
|1||"Generation Why"||Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah||Bisha K. Ali||June 8, 2022|
|Kamala Khan, a teenager growing up in Jersey City and mega fan of the Avengers, feels a little out of place at school and sometimes even at home. She is determined to attend Avengercon, even if her parents won’t allow it. But what starts off as a Captain Marvel cosplay competition takes an unexpected turn – is she becoming one of the super heroes she’s always looked up to?|
|2||"Crushed"||Meera Menon||Kate Gritmon||June 15, 2022|
|Investigating the source of her new-found powers, Kamala and Bruno explore what she can do with her abilities. But Kamala becomes distracted from her super hero training when she meets Kamran, the new kid at school. Her powers will be put to the test when she’s confronted with a perilous situation, and she’s the only one who can help.|
|3||"Destined"||Meera Menon||Teleplay by : Freddy Syborn and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey||June 22, 2022|
|Story by: Freddy Syborn|
|With the Department of Damage Control on her tail, Kamala tries to lay low ahead of her brother’s upcoming wedding. When she meets a group of people who have information on mysteries that have plagued her family for generations, Kamala begins to learn more about the source of her powers. These friendly strangers need Kamala’s help, but whatever decision she makes could have grave consequences.|
|4||"Seeing Red"||Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy||Teleplay by : Sabir Pirzada and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey||June 29, 2022|
|Story by: Sabir Pirzada|
|In an effort to better understand the source of her powers and the secrets of her bangle, Kamala travels to the only person who might have answers: her grandmother. On this adventure in a new city where she doesn’t quite fit in, Kamala crosses paths with a mysterious stranger who takes her on an unexpected adventure. She will discover that her family history is more complicated than she thought.|
|5||"Time and Again"||Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy||Fatimah Asghar||July 6, 2022|
|The bangle reveals to Kamala secrets about her family lineage, as well as the truth behind the Veil.|
|6||"No Normal"||Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah||Teleplay by : Will Dunn and A. C. Bradley & Matthew Chauncey||July 13, 2022|
|Story by : Will Dunn|
|Back in Jersey, Kamala finds Kamran and protects him from Damage Control who stop at nothing to take him in.|
In May 2018, Kevin Feige announced upcoming plans in an interview, to incorporate Ms. Marvel into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On August 23, 2019, at D23, Kevin Feige confirmed, that a Ms. Marvel series was set to be developed, starring Kamala Khan, and revealed on November 8, 2018, to be on the new streaming service Disney+, along with seven other Marvel series. Variety reported that the first season would contain six episodes. The episodes are developed, for a one hour format.
Head writer and showrunner Bisha K. Ali, will serve as an executive producer, alongside President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel, Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios co-president, Louis D'Esposito, Executive Vice President of Production for Marvel Studios, Victoria Alonso,, directing duo, Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah, Sana Amanat, who co-created the comic series and Brad Winderbaum, who is the head of streaming, television, and animation for Marvel Studios.
Jenna Berger acts as a supervising producer.
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, production on Ms. Marvel, as well as all projects within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was halted, and expected to resume in September, 2020, pushing the expected release date back.
It was later reported that theoretical physicist, Clifford Johnson, was hired as a consultant, for the series. His credits also include Agent Carter, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.
Prior to the beginning of filming, Production Weekly released a small blurb, detailing what Ms. Marvel would entail of:
- "The show will center on Marvel’s first Muslim superhero to star in her own comic book title. Ms. Marvel as a comic and heroine has existed since 1976, with the character Carol Danvers using the name for her crime-fighting escapades. The latest incarnation, and the one the show will be focusing on, is a teenager named Kamala Khan. Khan broke ground by becoming Marvel’s first Muslim character to be lead her own comics title. Her identity as a Pakistani American, living in a religious family in New Jersey whilst trying to find her own way, have been a major focus of the stories. Her powers have been described as polymorphous, meaning she has the ability to stretch and change her shape."
The series hired SILA Consulting for advice on cultural representation.
At D23, following the Marvel Studios announcement they were developing a series about Ms. Marvel, Bisha K. Ali was reportedly set to write and act as showrunner. Her credits also include Loki. Freddy Syborn was hired as a writer for the series. A.C. Bradley, of What If...?, also serves as consulting producer and writer. Following the official trailer's debut, Fatimah Asghar revealed that she was a producer and writer on the show.
The Writers Guild of America West later released who else was set to write, the series, and which episodes they were attatched to. The writers also included Kate Gritmon, Matthew Chauncey, who had previously written for What If...?, Sabir Pirzada who had previously written for Moon Knight and the Marvel Comic "Marvel's Voices: Identity (2021) #1", which his episode was partially based on and Will Dunn.
Sarah Finn, Krista Husar, and Molly Doyle were announced as casting directors for the series, with Gregory Korn and Djinous Rowling acting as casting assistants.
Auditions for the titular character, began with the start of production. On September 30, 2020, Iman Vellani was announced to have been cast in the titular role. A sizzle reel was released by Marvel, showcasing her being told she had been announced as the lead, on Zoom. Following the release of Ms. Marvel's sizzle reel, the starring cast members, were revealed on the official Marvel website. Regarding Vellani's audition, executive producer, Sana Amanat stated,
"She had this energy, this innocence, quirkiness. In her auditions, she went from being nerdy & quirky to emotional & almost like she had this understanding of a world that someone beyond her years should have."
On September 28, 2020, a casting call for four new characters (The Sheikh, Fariha, Aadam, and Auntie Ruby), were released. On March 16, 2022, Adaku Ononogbo was revealed to have been cast in the series as Fariha, via her talent agency, International Artists Management.
In December, 2020, the cast of the Khan family was revealed. Saagar Shaikh was announced to have been cast as Kamala's older brother, Aamir Khan. Mohan Kapur as Yusuf Khan, Kamala's father and and Zenobia Shroff as Muneeba Khan, Kamala's mother.. It was also revealed that Laith Nakli had been cast as Sheikh Abdullah and Yasmeen Fletcher as Kamala's best friend, Nakia Bahadir. That same month, Rish Shah had been announced to have been cast as Kamran and Aramis Knight had joined the cast, would be portraying Kareem, aka Red Dagger.
On Instagram, Laith Nakli revealed on Instagram, that Alysia Reiner, had joined the cast in an undisclosed role. On May 26, 2022, a trailer revealed that her characters name was Agent Sadie Deever.
On April 8, 2021, it was speculated by The Times of India and India Today that Bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar would appear in the series, after it was reported that he was stationed in Bangkok, along with an international cast and crew, for the shoot of a project with Marvel Studios. On May 6, 2022, Deadline confirmed his involvement in the series.
In June of 2021, there were rumoring reports that Fawad Khan, Samina Ahmed, and Nimra Bucha were set to star in the series. Fawad Khan went on to confirm his role, later in a December interview. Nimra Bucha appeared in the official trailer, released on March 15, and her character was revealed to be named Najma. Samina Ahmad was later confirmed to be filming in Thailand, where shooting for Ms. Marvel took place.
Carmen Cabana serves as cinematographer, alongside Robrecht Heyvaert.
It was confirmed, that Ms. Marvel would be underway next spring of, April 2020. On December 7, 2019, it was revealed by Feige that production was expected to end by the end of 2020. On February 3, 2020, production was to be delayed, until in August, with the Ms. Marvel shoot only expected to last about four months. According to Charles Murphy, production was delayed, once again, and expected to begin to begin in sometime in November, through to March, 2021.
On November 10, 2020, it was reported that series began filming. Filming in Atlanta was finished by March 2021, with production heading to Bangkok next. Living Films served as the production services company, and Chris Lowenstein as the line producer, whilst in Thailand. Sets were constructed at the Studio Park facilities, south east of Bangkok. Despire a resurgence of the coronavirus, that imposed new restrictions in the city, the production company were able to obtain a waiver, and continue filiming, under strict protocols. On May 11, 2021, Variety reported that production had officially ended.
The series began additional photography in the Georgia capital, in January, 2022, with reports confirming that they would be minimal. It was later reported that reshoots were expected to take place from January 24 to February 28 in Atlanta and in addition, a second unit would film concurrently for about two weeks.
Directing duo: Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah were hired to direct at least one episode of the series. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Meera Menon will be directing episodes of the series.
Christopher Glass serves as the production designer. On November 11, 2020, it was reported that Arjun Bhasin would serve as costume designer for the series.
Visual effects were provided by Digital Domain, Framestore, FuseFX, Method Studios, RISE, SSVFX, Trixter, and Perception.
- Main article: Ms. Marvel (soundtrack)
On May 16, 2022, Variety reported that Laura Karpman was set to compose the score for the series. Karpman's also scored the music for Marvel properties, What If...? and 2023's The Marvels. Regarding her role, she stated:
"I am thrilled to be a part of a wonderfully diverse team that is bringing Kamala Khan off the pages of her comic book and into your homes this June. She is an epic superhero hailing from a rich musical heritage that was a joy to be immersed in."
At the 2020 Disney Investors Day, Marvel released a sizzle reel, containing the first officially released footage, for the series, as well as input from crew members involved in the project.
On November 12, 2021, Disney+ Day, new footage of upcoming Marvel content was released, which included Ms. Marvel.
On April 19, 2022, Marvel released the official poster for the series, created by Pakistani designer and illustrator, Shehzil Malik.
On May 19, 2022, Marvel released a featurette, titled “I’m a Super Hero”, which gave a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Ms. Marvel, with input from various cast and crew members.
On March 2021, concept art of the series, created for toy manufacturers to base their products on, were leaked online.
On May 10, 2021, The Disney Store, released the first official merchandise for the show, in the form of a shirt, with the series' logo.
On March 18, 2022, Hot Topic, released merchandise, tying into the series, with shirts and an Avengercon Throw Blanket.
Ms. Marvel premiered on June 8, 2022. It consists of six episodes. It is the twelfth entry in Phase Four, of the MCU, the seventh Disney+ original, by Marvel Studios, and the nineteenth television series, set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Ms. Marvel was initially expected to be released in 2021. Before the announcement of Hawkeye's release date, Ms. Marvel was listed as being released, after What If...?, on the official Marvel website, as well has having a 2021 release date listed.
Prior to the reveal of the release date, Disney CFO Christine McCarthy, indicated that the series would be released around fall of 2022, during an earnings call. On Disney+ Day, it was revealed that the series would be released in the summer. The Hollywood Partnership reported that the series' Red Carpet premiere, celebrating the show's launch, would take place in Hollywood, between June 2-June 3, 2022, indiciating a June release date.
On May 3, 2022, director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, revealed that the series would be released exclusively in cinemas only in Pakistan, through their licensee HKC Entertainment. Disney and Marvel will be specially creating a cinema format version of the six episode split into three parts as follows: Episodes 1 and 2 will premiere between June 17-June 23, Episodes 3 and 4 will premiere between July 1-July 7 and Episodes 5 and 6 will premiere between July 15-July 21. She added:
- "This decision was made to celebrate the introduction of the first Pakistani Marvel superhero, Kamala Khan (played by Iman Vellani), into the MCU. The series also features a diverse cast both in front of and behind the camera. Disney and Marvel did not want Pakistani audiences to miss out on seeing Ms Marvel and her story as Disney+ has not yet launched in their country".
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 98% approval rating with an average rating of 8.20/10, based on 263 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads, "Ms. Marvel is a genuinely fresh addition to the MCU -- both stylistically and substantively -- with Iman Vellani ably powering proceedings with her super-sized charisma."
Following Ms. Marvel's release, the series broke the record for the highest rated Marvel property, among critics. The series was also subject to review-bombing, by online trolls.
|2022||Harvey Awards||Best Adaptation from Comic Book/Graphic Novel||Ms. Marvel (Disney+) based on Ms. Marvel (Marvel Comics)||Nominated|
|Saturn Awards||Best Limited Event Series: (Streaming)||Ms. Marvel||Nominated|
|Performance by a Younger Actor (Streaming)||Iman Vellani||Nominated|
A documentary short, entitled A Fan’s Guide to Ms. Marvel was released on June 1, 2022, a week prior to Ms. Marvel's premiere. The special gives an exclusive look behind the groundbreaking original series, “Ms. Marvel”, from its comic book origins to its development and production as Marvel Studios’ next hit series on Disney+. It features interviews with its award winning filmmaking team and the show’s captivating star, newcomer Iman Vellani.
- Main article: Marvel Studios: Assembled
On August 3, 2022, Marvel Studios: Assembled released the eleventh episode of their series, "The Making of Ms. Marvel". This installment of ASSEMBLED takes us on the journey of bringing a long-awaited global phenomenon to life. Go behind-the-scenes every step of the way with immersive footage from the making of the series, along with insightful interviews on set from the cast and crew of Ms. Marvel as we watch Iman Vellani and her character, Kamala Khan, become the fan-favorite superhero right before our eyes.
Trailers and Clips
- Mindy Kaling and Riz Ahmed expressed an interest in writing a screenplay for, an adaptation of Ms. Marvel.
- Ahmed's music was featured in the first and second episodes.
- With Kamala Khan having made her comic debut in 2013, the series features the fastest transition from comics to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, for a titular character.
- The starring cast list, released on the official Marvel website, incorrectly spelled Azhar Usman's forename as Azher and Mohan Kapoor's surname as Kapur.
- The official poster released for the series, references the cover of the 2014 Marvel comic, Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) - Issue #5.
- In the series a poster of Captain Marvel can be seen, in Kamala Khan's bedroom. This image comes directly from the Marvel comic, Captain Marvel (2016) — Issue #4.
- To celebrate filming, members of the cast got matching tattoos of Ms. Marvel's emblem.
- Ms. Marvel is the first Marvel Studios project since The Incredible Hulk to be released in June.
- This is the second Marvel Disney+ series, to feature a newly-introduced protagonist, with the first being Moon Knight.
- Various art featuring the comic character designs, can be seen in the closing credits.
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