Marvel has revealed that Ms. Marvel will be released in June, making it the second Marvel Cinematic Universe series after Moon Knight. The program, created by Bisha K. Ali, will feature Kamala Khan, a teenage fan of the Avengers and Captain Marvel navigating the harsh world of Jersey City high school as a Pakistani-American Muslim. Kamala’s life becomes even more complex when she discovers a magical bracelet imbuing her with cosmic shapeshifting abilities and setting her on the path to becoming Ms. Marvel.
Ms. Marvel Cast
Ms. Marvel stars Iman Vellani as the eponymous heroine, along with Saagar Shaikh, Aramis Knight, Matt Lintz, Zenobia Shroff and Mohan Kapur. Bad Boys for Life’s Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are directing the MCU miniseries and executive producing with Ali and Marvel execs Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso and Brad Winderbaum. Marvel is releasing some exciting news for Ms. Marvel after months of waiting for their first official look at the series following a tease at November’s Disney+ Day.
Ms. Marvel poster
Following the release of the series’ official trailer, Marvel unveiled the first Ms. Marvel poster via Twitter. The keyframe, which depicts the eponymous heroine perched atop a lamppost, confirms the film’s June 8 release date, making it the second MCU series after Moon Knight.
Ms. Marvel Release Date
Ms. Marvel’s debut date has been discussed for the past few months as early 2022, and there have been plenty of rumors swirling around its launch and other MCU Disney+ series. Some rumors suggested Tatiana Maslany-directed She-Hulk would launch in June, while others said the Vellani-directed program would debut first, including the now-confirmed June date. With Moon Knight on the horizon, it’s a bit of a surprise that Marvel has already revealed Ms. Marvel’s release date, as the studio usually waits until their current show is at least halfway through or nearing the end before releasing. announce the start of their next series.
Along with the Ms. Marvel release date, the MCU series poster should add to the excitement around the teenage heroine’s debut in the franchise. While it doesn’t reveal much about her abilities, key art shows her true-to-comic-book attire, including her flowing red scarf, while hinting at the cosmic adventures to come when Kamala returns for The Marvels. next year. In the meantime, Kamala will make her MCU debut in Ms. Marvel, which premieres on Disney+ on June 8.