Ms. Marvel Stars Reveal Cast Got Matching Tattoos After Filming Wrapped

Yasmeen Fletcher, Laurel Mardsen and Laurel Mardsen are Ms. Marvel’s stars. They explain the matching tattoos after filming finished on the MCU series.

The stars of Ms. Marvel revealed that the cast received matching tattoos after the final day of filming. As part of Phase 4, the Disney+ series, based on Marvel Comics’ Kamala Khan (also known as Ms. Marvel), is set to debut in 2022. Bisha K. Ali created Ms. Marvel was created by Bisha K. Ali. Filming ceased earlier in the year. The show, which is expected to be Marvel’s sixth TV series, will share continuity with other Marvel films. It follows a young Marvel fan, Khan, who struggles to fit into the Marvel universe until she discovers her powers.

Ms. Marvel will set up a continuation of the character in another upcoming movie, The Marvels. Iman Vellani plays the role of the 16-year old Pakistani-American hero. He leads a cast that includes Aramis Knight and Saagar Shaikh and Yasmeen Fletcher, and Yasmeen Lintz. Marvel has reaffirmed Khan’s excitement into the MCU throughout much of its marketing. The casting of Vellani and her universal story has meant a lot for all involved in the series. Although she is a newcomer to comics, her ability to draw so much attention from so many fans has led to the rapid popularity of Ms. Marvel and a desire to see her on-screen.

Ms. Marvel was present at the premiere of Spiderman: No Way Home. Two of the series’ stars, Yasmeen Fletcher and Laurel Mardsen, spoke briefly with Variety to discuss what they did to celebrate their time on the series. According to them, 12 cast members and crew decided that they would get matching Ms. Marvel tattoos given to cast members after the show’s final day. “Everybody felt at home on this show.” Below, see Fletcher’s and Marsden’s lightning bolt tattoos. Also, hear their thoughts about them.

Fans of Vellani’s character will be able to see more of her in The Marvels. The film will feature Marvel’s cast. Saagar Shaikh and Zenobia Shroff will play Khan’s relatives in The Marvels. Ms. Marvel’s inclusion in the MCU is another significant step by the studio to diversify their slate and introduce new faces to the screen. Projects like Black Panther and Shang-Chi, the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals have proven that Marvel needs to look deeper into their comics catalog for new heroes of all backgrounds and diversify the franchise.

Fans have been buzzing about the official first glimpse at Kamala Khan’s costume and abilities, presented by Disney+ Day. Khan’s introduction continues the excitement surrounding Marvel’s next television series and what it could mean for future movies. Ms. It is encouraging that Ms. Marvel (almost as much) as its creators.

 

This list contains every confirmed Marvel StudiosTV series coming to Disney+. Marvel Studios has announced plans for 2019 to bring the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the small screen. The studio has already kept its promise with WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and What If …? all available on Disney+. The MCU will expand to new heights in the years ahead, with many shows and some non-MCU marvel content.

Disney+ has been able to take Marvel characters who were previously supporting characters and make them stars. They also introduced new heroes who will play crucial roles in the MCU’s Phase 4 and beyond. Although the Disney+ shows may have appeared to be extra reading at first, they are now as integral to the MCU’s storyline as the main movies. Loki, for example, helped establish the multiverse concept in the MCU. It also introduced Kang, the Conqueror, who is expected to be a primary antagonist, already confirmed to appear as a villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Quantumania.

Marvel’s new release schedule appears to almost alternate new movies and Disney+ TV shows, and there is a lot of interplay between them. It can be challenging to keep track of which Marvel comics are coming out and when. Here’s a list of all upcoming Marvel TV shows currently in development for Disney+. Unless otherwise noted, the content is expected to be part of the MCU.

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