Could MCU’s next big miniseries be in trouble? Several reports indicate Marvel Studios’ “Ms. Marvel” will undergo extensive remakes despite having finished filming back in May 2021.
According to The Direct, the resumes will be “significant” and may indicate “problems with the project.”
Lizzie Hill from The Cosmic Circus confirmed the report, saying the resumes were “definitely significant.”
The series, which is said to premiere sometime in the summer of 2022, will debut Kamala Khan / Ms. The Marvel character from Marvel Comics.
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Controversy has been following the show for some time now.
Fan uproar over the series began after a report by film insider Daniel Richtman indicated that Khan’s powers would undergo a dramatic revision to her cinematic debut.
Instead of her traditional, Mr. Fantastic-like tensile forces, Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ms. Marvel has the ability to create constructions based on light that resembles DC’s Green Lantern character.
While many fans are hopeful news of “significant” resumes may indicate that the decision is being reversed, no news or even rumors about the nature of the resumes have been released yet.
On Monday, Comicbook.com reported that “the resumes are reportedly not as bad as we thought.”
Recent news from Friday, however, seems to be flying contrary to that notion.
We Got This Covered reported that a new Pakistani actor – Mahwish Hayat – had been added to the series during resumes. Presumably, any resumes involving new casting changes are more than likely quite extensive.
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After debuting for the first time in the comics in 2014, Khan has struggled to find an audience where several comics have been canceled and restarted.
The daughter of Pakistani immigrants living in Jersey City, Khan is often praised as being one of the first prominent Muslim superheroes.
In 2013, the founder of Muslimah Media Watch once told the controversial Qatar-funded magazine Al Jazeera that Kamala “normalizes this idea of the American experience as a Muslim” and that “many of us encounter the idea that many America is white, while it is not what America is, we are not all white and Christian. “
According to Disney, the new Ms. The Marvel series introduces Khan to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as “a great student, an avid gamer and a voracious fan-fiction writer” with a “special affinity for superheroes, especially Captain Marvel.”
“But Kamala struggles to fit in at home and at school – that is, until she gains superpowers like the heroes she has always looked up to. Life is easier with superpowers, right? ” the official Disney Plus description of the show reads.
Whether this new character fits well into the Marvel Cinematic Universe or not is yet unknown.
If the show’s resumes are actually as extensive as several reports indicate, it may be that Disney executives are concerned that Ms. Marvel has not quite fit in as they hoped she would.
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