Marvel Studios’ original plan for Miss Marvel included several seasons on Disney+.

Marvel Studios’ original plan for Miss Marvel included several seasons on Disney+.

According to a report by Murphy’s Multiverse, at the time Marvel was originally casting for the role of Kamala Khan, the studio had planned for the actress to star in the first season, the film, and the second season over a fairly short period of time.

It is apparent that the role eventually went to Imani Vellani, who starred in Miss Marvel in late 2020 and early 2021 (plus reshoots in January 2022) and then in Marvel in the second half of 2021.

The report adds that Vellani will be very busy as she is expected to play a rather important role in the overall story of the Saga Multiverse. This may be related to rumors that Miss Marvel’s powers are indeed connected to the multiverse and this will lead to the multiverse invasion occurring in Marvel to prepare for the Avengers 5.

The first season of Miss Marvel ran from November 2020 to May 2021, after which Vellani quickly moved on to Captain Marvel 2 just three months later, finishing filming the latter in May 2022. Thus, the “Miss Marvel” actress is currently on her first real break since joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

According to one insider, “Miss Marvel” has already been renewed for a second season, which could mean that the writers are either getting together soon or have already. Either way, the second season will have plenty of time to get to the final chapters of the Saga Multiverse.

Since the majority of Miss Marvel comics feature her as a young hero, it makes sense to schedule multiple seasons in close proximity. This will allow Marvel Studios to get Imani Vellani to do the most classic content on Kamala Khan while still being able to play the schoolboy hero in a believable way.

Like franchises such as Harry Potter and the Spider-Man trilogy with Tom Holland, Miss Marvel has the potential to truly show a young hero growing up with the years. This will no doubt be implemented in future seasons, as well as in joint projects such as The Avengers, The Young Avengers, and Marvel.

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