A new report confirms that Disney +’s upcoming Mrs. Marvel series, starring Iman Vellani, has been pushed back to 2022.
A new report apparently confirmed that Disney + is coming Mrs. Marvel the series has been delayed to a release in 2022.
Variety Senior Entertainment Writer Adam B. Vary recently released an update regarding the Marvel Cinematic Universe release schedule. “I have confirmed what was obvious to most Marvel Studios observers: [Ms. Marvel] has moved from a late 2021 release on Disney Plus to 2022, “Vary tweeted.
UPDATE: I have confirmed what was obvious to most Marvel Studios observers: #MsMarvel has moved from a late release in 2021 on Disney Plus to 2022.
See the fully updated MCU schedule here: https://t.co/oiW1Xt8O5z
– Adam B. Vary (@adambvary) September 23, 2021
This is not the first report to indicate Mrs. Marvel‘s debut shift. TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich previously suggested that the series had been delayed until early 2022. Film insider Amit Chaudhari recently announced that the series would hit Disney + in February.
Nothing is currently known about the action Mrs. Marvel. However, a recent piece of concept art indicates that the MCU version of Kamala Khan may have a power set that differs from what she has in the comics. In addition, series star Iman Vellani is ready to play the title role for the upcoming The Marvels, who will see her alongside Captain Marvel and Monica Rambeau actors Brie Larson and Teyonah Parris. Filming for the film was confirmed by Larson to have started back in August.
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