The first images from the set of Ms. Marvel‘s reshoots have surfaced. Spotted was actress Iman Vellani in her prototype costume and a potential connection to Spider-Man: Far From Home.
In the images below, Vellani can be seen in her Captain Marvel costume, which she will wear before she gets a suit of her own. But that’s not all that was captured as a look at what appears to be an E.D.I.T.H. drone was also taken.
🚨 Iman Vellani on set of the Disney+ #MsMarvel series during reshoots.
The scene description: Kamala Khan is possibly being chased by drones, that looks similar to the one used by Mysterio. pic.twitter.com/5g8ZPBHyxr
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The drones were previously shut down during Spider-Man: Far From Home, so this begs the question of who is controlling the one in the image above. It could be possible that the technology was stolen and is now being used by a new party in the MCU.
Created by G. Willow Wilson, Sana Amanat, Stephen Wacker, Adrian Alphona, and Jamie McKelvie, the character debuted in 2013’s Captain Marvel #14. Khan, a Pakistani American from New Jersey, comes across 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, a race of altered humans experimented on by the Kree.
Hailing from head writer Bisha K. Ali the series will introduce Kamala Khan to the MCU. Ms. Marvel is one of many series Marvel Studios is developing for Disney+ to introduce new characters into the MCU, with the other shows being She-Hulk and Moon Knight. Following their Disney+ debuts, the characters will reportedly move into films and appear alongside other heroes.
Are you excited to see Iman Vellani suit up as Kamala Khan in Ms. Marvel on Disney+? Who do you think is controlling the drones in the show? Let us know in the comments below!
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