Calling all Kamala Khan followers! Ms. Marvel‘s producer Sana Amanat recently said that it’s as much as followers to make their voices heard for a season 2.

Iman Vellani made a splash as Kamala Khan when she was first launched as Ms. Marvel on Disney Plus. Whereas the character is about to make her large display screen debut in The Marvels, the destiny of her personal sequence remains to be up within the air. Based on the present’s producer Sana Amanat, whereas it’s nice to see demand, followers might want to make their voices heard at Marvel Studios for any likelihood at a season 2:

”It’s nice to see extra demand,” Amanat spoke at San Diego Comic-Con. “You know, complain. I’m happy to have you guys complain to [Marvel Studios President] Kevin [Feige], let’s get a Season 2.”

As a lot as Kamala Khan followers (And Iman Vellani herself) could desire a season 2 of Ms. Marvel, it’s unlikely the hero will return to Disney Plus anytime quickly. Disney’s CEO Bob Iger has just lately spoken out towards the saturation of MCU content material, putting a big chunk of the blame on the tv finish of the equation, which means it’s unlikely we’ll see Kamala’s MCU journey proceed on the small display screen even when The Marvels succeeds. Though if season 2 has any likelihood of occurring, Sana Amanat is right in calling on followers to make their voices heard at Marvel Studios.

The expertise behind The Marvels

The Marvels is about to be a groundbreaking movie in some ways. Not solely does it characteristic three highly effective feminine superheroes, nevertheless it additionally has a feminine director, Nia DaCosta, who beforehand directed the horror flick Candyman. The film includes a solid that features Zawe Ashton, Park Search engine optimisation-joon, Saagar Shaikh, Zenobia Shroff, and Mohan Kapur.

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“She has a really calm vibe, too,” Iman Vellani stated about DaCosta. “These movies are not easy to make at all. There’s like a million, bajillion little moving pieces. She and [executive producer] Mary [Livanos] did such a great job to keep morale high. Even if there were days where they wanted to rip people’s heads off, they would never show it and never put their stress on anyone else.”

Along with directing The Marvels, Nia DaCosta additionally co-wrote the script alongside Megan McDonnell, Elissa Karasik, and Zeb Wells. Throughout an interview, DaCosta described the film as being “full comic book madness,” teasing what audiences can anticipate from the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe venture.

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