The Ms. Marvel series starring Iman Villani as Kamala Khan is now confirmed to be released in 2022 instead of its originally planned late 2021 release date.
The Ms. Marvel series will fallow Kamala Khan as she becomes the teenage crime fighter known as Ms. Marvel, living in Jersey City as she discovers her new powers and fights crime in a 6 Episode Mini-Series.
The series was initially meant to release in late-2021 as a lead up to the 2022 film The Marvels, which is the sequel to 2019’s Captain Marvel. The film will bring together Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and Kamala, bringing together all the women known to have held the Captain Marvel/Ms. Marvel title in a big team up.
A number of Marvel Studios productions were of course after being impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, thus pushing their original release dates back. Now thanks to a report from Variety we now have confirmation that Ms. Marvel will indeed be one of the productions delayed into next year.
UPDATE: I've confirmed what was obvious to most Marvel Studios observers: #MsMarvel has moved from a late 2021 release on Disney Plus to 2022.— Adam B. Vary (@adambvary) September 23, 2021
See the full updated MCU schedule here: https://t.co/oiW1Xt8O5z
The delay makes the release far closer to the film the series in leading up to, giving less time for audiences to get used to Iman Villani in the role of the spunky young hero. This may seem concerning to some but not as many people are seemingly focused on the MCU Disney Plus shows as they are on the films, so some might skip the show and wait till the movie.
Ms. Marvel will make her MCU debut on Disney Plus in Early 2022 with The Marvels set to release on November 11th, 2022.
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