Actress and newcomer Iman Vellani will play the lead role of Ms. Marvel in MCU’s Disney Plus series. She will portray the character of Kamala Khan.
So far, there’s not much information about the actress other than she is a budding filmmaker.
Marvel Studios can now eventually move forward with its plan to introduce the first Muslim lead character in the MCU. And Kamala Khan will surely turn out huge just like other superheroes in the franchise history.
As expected, there’s no word from Marvel yet on this news. In the coming months or days, they will make it officially public.
Ms. Marvel, Disney Plus series will see Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, and Meera Menon as directors.
Who is Iman Vellani, aka Ms. Marvel?
Surprisingly, there’s just no information available as of now about the newfound actress. Of course, Marvel likes to keep it tight before disclosing something on an upcoming project.
Although, everyone must have read this article by now.
The only fact about her is that she’s a young, budding filmmaker and nothing else. Plus, just like Tom Holland, Iman is also totally an unknown name and face. It will be amazing to watch her on a big scale Disney Plus show.
Kamala Khan in Phase Four and future projects
By now, many gamers and fans have already seen Kamala Khan is Marvel’s Avengers video game. She’s one of the prominent characters in the title’s storyline.
Gradually, her presence is getting more expansive, and with the Disney Plus series, she will get a big stage for colossal recognition.
Written by Bisha K. Ali, Kamala is a Pakistani-American teenager based in New Jersey.
She made her first appearance in 2014 as Marvel’s first Muslim character. And now it will be the first time on the big-screen also when the show finally comes out in the coming years.
Marvel Studios’ head Kevin Feige confirmed it last year that Ms. Marvel will go beyond her show. And she will also star in the MCU films.
The current line-up for Phase four is overloaded, and it seems like many shows and movies will come out next year and even after it.
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