Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel has finally assembled his directing team. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, Meera Menon, and Bad Boys for Life’s Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah have been tapped to helm episodes of the series.
Obaid-Chinoy is a two-time Oscar winner in the documentary short category, while Menon’s credits Include episodes of The Walking Dead, The Punisher, Titans, Dirty John, and Outlander. It appears the studio has assembled quite the roster of skilled directors for the series, which makes sense given the studio’s plans for the show and character.
Hailing from head writer Bisha K. Ali the series will introduce Kamala Khan to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The show is yet to cast its titular star, but rumors claim an announcement could come any day now. This announcement comes on the heels of Thursday’s She-Hulk casting, where it was confirmed Tatiana Maslany will play Jennifer Walters.
Khan, a Pakistani American from New Jersey, comes across these powers that allow her to have the ability to stretch her body and change her shape. She is also the first Muslim superhero to star in her own titular comic book series. In the comics, Khan is an Inhuman.
The show is one of many series Marvel Studios is developing for Disney+ to introduce new characters into the MCU, the other shows being She-Hulk and Moon Knight. Following their Disney+ debuts, the characters will reportedly move into the films and appear alongside other heroes.
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