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Ms. Marvel is an upcoming 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, Ms. Marvel. It is expected to be the fifth, Disney+ original series, featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the first, starring a new character.
The Marvel Studios original series centers on fan-favorite Kamala Khan — a 16-year-old Pakistani-American growing up in Jersey City. A great student, avid gamer, and voracious fan-fic scribe, Kamala has a special affinity for Super Heroes, particularly Captain Marvel.
However, Kamala struggles to fit in at home and at school — that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to. Life is easier with super powers, right?
- Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel
- Aramis Knight as Kareem / Red Dagger
- Saagar Shaikh as Amir Khan
- Rish Shah as Kamran
- Zenobia Shroff as Muneeba Khan
- Mohan Kapur as Yusuf Khan
- Matt Lintz as Bruno Carrelli
- Yasmeen Fletcher as Nakia Bahadir
- Laith Nakli as Sheikh Abdullah
- Azhar Usman as TBA
- Travina Springer as Tyesha Hillman
- Nimra Bucha as TBA
- TBA as Zoe Zimmer
- TBA as Fariha
- TBA as Aadam
- TBA as Auntie Ruby
- Randy Havens as TBA
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. Sana Anamat, who co-created the series, also serves as an executive producer, while 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. This pushed the expected release date to 2021. It was later reported that theoretical physicist, Clifford Johnson, was hired as a consultant, for the series. While the titular Kamala Khan, was expected to make her debut, within the series, it was later rumored, that she would be appearing elsewhere, prior to the series premiere. 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."
At the 2020 Disney Investors Day, Marvel released a sizzle trailer, containing the first officially released footage, for the series.
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. On November 1, 2019, casting went underway for the rest of Kamala Khan's family, as well as another character, code-named, "Birdman", speculated to be, Marvel Comics character, the Inventor. On February 11, a casting call was released for two Muslim, male actors between the ages of 17 and 25, for the Marvel Comics characters, Red Dagger and Kamran. On August 10, 2020 it was reported that a male and female character were being cast, code named, Omar and Willow, and speculated to be Amir Khan and Nakia Bahadir. A new casting call was released in September, 2020, for two new characters, Zoe Zimmer, and Tyesha Hillman. On September 28, 2020, a casting call for four new characters (The Sheikh, Fariha, Aadam and Auntie Ruby), were released. In December of 2020, the casting for Sheikh Abdullah, Muneeba Khan and Nakia Bahadir were revealed. Following the release of Ms. Marvel's sizzle reel, the starring cast members, were revealed on the official Marvel website.
Production was expected to begin, sometime in April 2020, in Atlanta under the working title "Jersey", with auditions being held, for the titular role. 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. The episodes are developed, for a one hour format. On November 10, 2020, it was been reported that series began filming. According to DiscussingFilm, Carmen Cabana will serve as cinematographer.
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.
On November 11, 2020, it was reported that Arjun Bhasin would serve as costume designer for the series.
- Mindy Kaling and Riz Ahmed expressed an interest in writing a screenplay for, an adaptation of Ms. Marvel.
- With Kamala Khan having made her comic debut in 2014, the upcoming Ms. Marvel 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.
- Nakia Bahadir's casting call, was given the code name Willow, named after G. Willow Wilson one of the creators of the Ms. Marvel.
- In Ms. Marvel, 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.
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