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Ms. Marvel Star Iman Fellaini refuses to believe that the MCU is the Marvel’s 616 Universe

Ms. Marvel Star Iman Fellaini refuses to believe that the MCU is the Marvel's 616 Universe

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get a new hero later this month, when it goes live Mrs. Marvell The series is debuting on Disney+. The show will center around Kamala Khan / Mrs. Marvell (Iman Vilani), a teenage superhero who is also a fervent fan of her fellow crime stooges. Pre-show interviews also revealed Vellani’s personal excitement about the Marvel canon — and a new video of her at the series’ red carpet premiere shows it in epic fashion. In a now-deleted interview with LimitFellaini was upset by the fact of that Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness The “main” MCU universe was recently declared sacred as Earth-616, something that goes against what has been previously hinted at within the larger Marvel multiverse.

“I would like to say [the comic book universe] Villani explained it’s a 616. “I don’t think the MCU is a 616. As much as Kevin Feige made us think it’s a 616, it’s 199999.”

Feige himself recently praised Vellani’s commitment to the larger Marvel tradition, revealing that the actress carried a notebook full of thoughts and comments with her.

“Like Tom Holland and Peter Parker, Eman is a much bigger Marvel fan than we could have imagined,” Feige told Empire Magazine. “[On set] She carries this Unabomber notebook with her everywhere, with her scribbles and thoughts. Why don’t we want to hear them? Not only is she starring, she would have commented on the show online. So, it’s best to comment before the show ends, and try to incorporate some of these ideas.”

Mrs. Marvell Kamala Khan is a 16-year-old Pakistani-American from Jersey City. An aspiring artist, avid gamer and voracious fan fiction writer, she is a huge fan of Avengers — and one in particular, Captain Marvel. But Kamala has always struggled to find her place in the world – that is, to have superpowers like the heroes she has always looked up to.

Besides Vilani in the role of the same name, Aramis Knight, Sagar Sheikh, Rish Shah, Matt Lintz, Zenobia Shroff and Mohan Kapoor have been cast in various roles on the show. Written by a room led by K. Bisha. Ali, the duo Adel Al-Arabi and Bilal Falah directed the first and sixth episodes of the first season of the program. Charmaine Obaid Shinui directed three more while Mira Menon directed one episode.

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