Nia DaCosta directs the Marvel mash-up movie bringing “Captain Marvel” and Disney+ sequence “Ms. Marvel” collectively onscreen, and D23 audiences caught first footage in Anaheim.
Brie Larson is again as Captain Marvel, however this time, she has a complete cohort of fellow feminine superheroes.
Following the 2019 movie “Captain Marvel,” sequel “The Marvels” is a continuation of Disney+ sequence “Ms. Marvel” starring Iman Vellani because the titular teen Marvel hero. “The Marvels” marks the primary time Carole Danvers aka Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel (Vellani) have teamed up since their crossover second within the “Ms. Marvel” finale with Larson’s post-credits cameo.
The primary trailer for the continuation is, appropriately, tuned to the Beastie Boys’ “Intergalactic Planetary.” We see Teynoah Parris’ Monica up in house with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) just for some sort of portal to open up and swap Monica with Kamala. A sequence of swaps, ending with Carol in Kamala’s room, sees the trio understand they’re sure collectively and that their powers can work collectively to create a group. (And the creation of a group actually makes Kamala completely happy.) Outdoors of that, there isn’t a lot else, particularly on the subject of the villain, although we do see Ashton striding lots. The trailer, nonetheless, hasn’t been put on-line simply but.
Nia DaCosta directs the movie from a screenplay by Megan McDonnell. Teyonah Parris reprises her position of Monica Rambeau, with Lashana Lynch taking part in daughter Maria Rambeau in present-day appearances. Samuel L. Jackson can also be again as Nick Fury. Franchise newcomer Zawe Ashton will play the movie’s villain, with Park Website positioning-joon solid in an undisclosed position.
“The Marvels” premieres July 28, 2023 in theaters.
Director DaCosta developed “The Marvels” with “WandaVision” producer Mary Livanos, because the Disney+ sequence’ post-credits scene additionally arrange an alien presence on Earth as a nod to space-jetting Captain Marvel. Anne Boden and Ryan Fleck shared co-directing duties for 2019’s “Captain Marvel” previous to DaCosta becoming a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“Ms. Marvel” showrunner Bisha Okay. Ali beforehand instructed IndieWire that the objective of the Disney+ sequence was to set the stage for “The Marvels” in 2023 with Kamala becoming a member of forces with Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel.
“It was actually in regards to the character journey that we wished her to go on within the MCU,” Ali instructed IndieWire. “I knew that she was going to finish up in ‘The Marvels’ subsequent 12 months. I didn’t essentially [know] what that was going to be, however I knew she was going to be alongside Captain Marvel, so she needed to be prepared for that.”
She continued, “I knew the place we’re beginning in treating this character as a teenage lady with out powers. That journey needed to be serviced in an actual approach in six episodes. To try this, you must break a special arc. Tv is a special medium; adaptation is adaptation for a purpose. The core of taking a look at what ought to we preserve from the comics, what feels important, was the character work: Who Kamala is and the way she approaches the world and the way she approaches tough conditions, how she approaches her household and the way she approaches her friendships was all actually integral in comics and we wished to carry that to life.”
“The Marvels” premieres July 28, 2023.
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