Although, it is confirmed that Kamala Khan will be appearing in 2023’s The Marvels, very little has been said about a second season. Ms. Marvel episode 6 lays the foundation for The Marvels. However, it’s worth looking at how the show leaves things for Ms. Marvel season 2.
Ms. Marvel explored the origins and powers of Kamala Khan using a secretive bracelet handed down through the generations. This led to Kamala’s family and the explorations of culture, religion and Kamala’s school life. Marvel has been an enjoyable series that left many areas open for the second season. Ms. Marvel’s most charming aspect was the interactions and developments between Kamala and her friends and her family.
Ms. Marvel season 2 release date: When will it be back on Disney+?
The Marvels is currently on track for November 11th, 2022. Official news about a Ms Marvel renew might not come until then. Even if season 2 is announced prior, we don’t anticipate new episodes being released until the latter half of 2023. This is assuming Marvel is on track to produce a second season.
Ms Marvel season 2 cast: Who will it feature?
Ms Marvel would not be Ms Marvel without Iman Vallani as the leader. But who else could she have in her place for season two? These are the most likely candidates for season two, provided that no one else snuffs it during the season one finale.
- Matt Lintz as Bruno Carrelli
- Yasmeen Fletcher is Nakia Bahadir
- Zenobia Shroff is Muneeba Khan
- Mohan Kapur is Yusuf Khan
- Saagar Shaikh as Aamir Khan
- Rish Shah is Kamran
- Nimra Bucha is Najma (Kamran’s mother).
- Samina Ahmad is Sana (Kamala’s grandmother).
- Fawad Khan is Hasan (Kamala’s great-grandfather).
- Farhan Akhtar as Waleed
- Aramis Knight as Kareem/Red Dagger
Aramis Knight spoke recently and confirmed that he is interested in playing the role of Red Dagger again in future episodes. He said, “Yeah. If there’s a second season, I will be back.” It remains to be seen how that will actually work out.
Ms. Marvel season 2 trailer – When can we expect a promo?
It’s impossible to know what season 2 will look like without having access to time travel skills. We’ll keep you informed about Ms Marvel season 2 on Disney+.
Ms. Marvel season 2 plot: What’s the second season about?
Ms Marvel season 2 will be influenced largely by The Marvels. This sequel to Captain Marvel will feature Iman Vellani and Teyonah Paarris.
Vellani spoke to Entertainment Tonight and explained how Brie Larson helped her through her first movie role.
“She has been super supportive. It’s crazy to have someone like Brie Larson hold your hand and tell you that she’s going through all the same thing as you is.
It seems unlikely that another season Ms Marvel will ever happen.
In June 2022, Sana Amanat, a producer, spoke and looked forward to the character’s future.
It is a limited series that allows her to do other things. She said that it establishes her as a hero. She will then be entering The Marvels. “But I will admit that I hope she is a part…you know, I hope we get season two. “I hope that we are a part of it.”
Questions to answer In Ms Marvel season 2
With Ms. Marvel episode 6 offering Easter Eggs, references, and exciting new plot developments, it’s no wonder that the series leaves some big questions on its viewers’ minds, particularly about the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels, and mutants in the MCU.
While much of the future of the franchise is still shrouded in mystery, the teases made in Ms. Marvel‘s finale suggest some important changes coming to the MCU as well as a place of some importance for Kamala going forward. Here’s a roundup of some of the biggest questions raised about Kamala, mutants, and the broader MCU by Ms. Marvel‘s finale.
What is the reason for the exile of Clan Destines? They are who exactly?
The series doesn’t really explain why Aisha ( Mehwish Hayat), Najma( Nimra Bucha), and other Clan Destines were exiled from the Noor dimension. Although we are told they were exiled from Earth, we don’t know much about their identities, where they came from, and why they want to return to their own universe.
What makes Kamala a Mutant, you ask?
MCU could change the core Marvel Comics information that the X gene isn’t passed on, but is unique to a person. MCU could do that to allow Kamala’s family to inherit the X gene from either her father or Hasan ( Fawad Kan ).
This would allow Kamala to return to the MCU as a famous South Asian actor and also give us the chance to see more of Kamala’s family history through flashbacks or time travel. The possibility that Kamala is actually a mutant is possible. Both the comics’ accurate embiggening powers and the bangle, which she is known for, are still in use for the MCU.
What was the exact reason Carol and Kamala switched places?
There are many theories about Nega-Bands connecting the two, and Carol ( Brie Hanson) appears to be wearing one in Kamala’s bedroom in the post credit scene. There are still many questions to be answered, including why the bangle behaved the way it did and where Kamala could’ve gone.
The MCU series has gone to great effort to prove that Kamala is part of MCU Cosmic, despite the Inhumans origin of the hero in comics. This corner of MCU is populated by Captain Marvel, Thor, Guardians of Galaxy and Thor. Kamala even said that in the first episode when she saw the powerful bangle for the first time. Rick Jones, an ex-Avenger who used to bang his bracelets in order to switch with Captain Marvel, appears in the comics.
What is the Bangle exactly?
It could be a Kree technology, a Skrull weapon, or a Clan Destine artifact made of Noor energy. If it is, how does that tie in to Episode 4, when Najma and the others discover the Bangle on a hand that looks like a Kree alien? It is possible that the Bangle may be a Nega Band. However, this doesn’t explain why it activated in Kamala or if Captain Marvel is wearing it.
What Will Kamran’s fate in Ms Marvel Season 2 ?
After learning about his mother’s death, Kamran ( Rish Khan), seemed to have a moment of villainy and attacked the federal agents who were out to get Kamala and him. In his final confrontation with Kamala he finally gave in to her plan of escape and went along to escape custody. He met Kareem ( Aramis knight ). This is interesting as Kamran’s mother was responsible for the death Red Daggers leader Waleed ( Farhan Ashtar).
Both Kamran and Kareem appear to have a connection with Kamala, which could further complicate the conflict between the two. We must also remember that Red Daggers’ main goal was to prevent people from Noor dimensions from crossing over to Earth, and that Kamran appears to be fuelled by that energy, which complicates Kareem’s mission. We don’t know much about Kamran and his powers. Also, we don’t know if Kamran will be able to woo Kamala ( Matt LIntz) or Kareem.
Kamala is a well-known Inhuman from comic books. However, it seems that Inhumans don’t really exist in the MCU. So with Kamala being confirmed as a mutant and her status, it remains to be seen if she will join the X-Men, or The Avengers. We should not forget Kevin Feige, who has spoken out about Mutants in the MCU but has remained silent on any X-Men joining. It’s unlikely that MCU will not screen the iconic team of comic book heroes, but it is possible that MCU maestro Kevin Feige plans to bring on board mutants of different types before uniting them under the banner X-Men. Already, we have The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Professor X (Patrick Stewart), and Wanda’s children are expected to be age up soon. This means that the MCU has many mutants and more are expected to follow.
Kamala could be a member of The Avengers, or even lead the Young Avengers and Champions, just as she does in comics. Kamala, who is a huge Avengers’ fangirl, would be more comfortable being part of the team than if she were to become an X-Men. But, the upcoming The Marvels as well as future MCU appearances will likely answer this burning question. It is unlikely that we will see a second Ms. Marvel due to the low viewership. Marvel series and so far, only Loki has been approved for a second season. So who knows, if Kamala Khan will be back on Disney+, after her appearance in Captain Marvel-led feature.
Are they the gateways into Marvel’s X-Men?
Although this Ms. Marvel Disney+ series isn’t directly connected to the bigger MCU however, there’s a major announcement that could have major implications for the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe going forward. The finale, Bruno explains that while Kamala’s Clandestine ancestry and an activation for her magic bangle — has helped to ignite her powers, it isn’t all there is to it.
A brief background, however. The comics depict that Kamala was given her polymorph powers from Terrigen Mist which is connected to Inhumans. In essence in the comics, Kamala Kahn appears to be an Inhuman. But the Inhumans have experienced struggles in the MCU and the ABC TV show having a disastrous finale. The show was cut to season finale “Ms. Marvel” season finale in a future where Disney has now acquired their rights over the X-Men after acquiring 20th Century Fox — and then, surprise! Bruno literally informs Kamala that she’s got an “mutation” that is in her DNA. This triggers the 90s “X-Men” theme from the cartoon.
If Kamala isn’t an Inhuman and is instead a mutant could she be the first to introduce mutants to the MCU in the proper way (outside that of an appearance in the “Multiverse of madness” Professor X cameo in an alternate universe)? In any case, following this shocking revelation to the universe, Kamala nonchalantly blows Bruno off, so we’re still not entirely sure how this all plays out, but just imagine the possibilities!
Does her bangle resemble the Nega-Band of the MCU?
Kamala Khan’s powers originate (in part, in conjunction with the genes that make her mutant) via her family’s jewelry is a fresh element to her background. In the comics, she was wearing the bangle to serve as an Pakistani symbol of culture in its Ms. Marvel costume, it was only a cosmetic feature. It was actually an intelligent adaptational choice in a variety of ways to bring her power closer to her heritage and to make them more connected to her heritage in a way they’re not in the source material.
In comics, you will find quite powerful pieces of jewelry known as the Nega-Bands. They can be described as Kree artifacts that Mar-Vellthe very first Captain Marvel — had access to, giving him incredible cosmic abilities. They also eventually entrapped Mar-Vell within the Negative Zone.
The only way to escape was switching to an Earthling Avenger, named Rick Jones, who had discovered a second Nega-Band. Mar-Vell was able to become an eminent hero in Earth before returning into his home in the Negative Zone.
So is Kamala’s bangle MCU’s take on the Nega-Band? If yes, does it mean that the Clandestines — from whom Kamala has a connection to in her Disney+ show — are somehow connected to Kree? Of of course, there are other Kree Nega-Bands appearing in comics as well If Ms. Marvel’s bracelet seems connected to these trinkets that are powerful that it’s one of the numerous Nega-Bands that are scattered across all over the Marvel universe.
What happened to Carol Danvers get transported to Kamala’s bedroom?
Should Kamala Khan’s bangle truly is Nega-Band, it appears to function the same way that the original Mar-Vell version of the ’60s — it allows her to switch places with another wearing Nega-Band. It appears to have carried Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) into the cluttered space of Kamala’s. Kamala was likely transported to where Danvers originally was.
But, Kamala also has the power to change shape in comics, so there’s a chance that the band might have activated this ability out of nothing for some reason. It’s likely to be unlikely (if it’s Kamala becoming Carol or Carol, it’s likely she’d be looking into a mirror before panicking) however, anything is possible at this moment. If it’s Danvers returning to Earth The issue “The Marvels” which is the film that’s scheduled to be the Captain Marvel sequel — will have to answer is where is Kamala currently? What about the film that will take on Danvers’ Captain Marvel and Monica Rambeau’s Photon (Teyonah Parris) looking for her?
Will Kamala ever become friends with Lockjaw?
Although the comic book Kamala Khan is an Inhuman It appears that Kamala Khan’s MCU version is one of the mutants. But that doesn’t stop the Inhumans from appearing in Kamala’s tale. One thing is that the canon of the debacle “Inhumans” television show remains to debate, meaning it’s still MCU canon, allowing the characters to be present whenever Marvel director of operations Kevin Feige deems fit.
Even if that show hasn’t become 100% authentic it’s worth noting that there’s no doubt that MCU have already revealed the Inhuman King Black Bolt (Anson Mount) through an alternate universe in “Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness.” Thus, with multiverses being the next logical step for the moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there’s no reason why the Inhumans shouldn’t return in the same manner.
This is important because the one the Ms. Marvel’s closest friends in comics is the huge Inhumans beloved, adorable, teleporting animal, Lockjaw. Actually, “Ms. Marvel” leading actress Iman Vellani would like this huge dog to appear, telling The Wrap that, “I have a love for Lockjaw. The relationship between them is sweet. I was hoping for a Lockjaw Easter egg. I was not able to achieve it. However, it will take place. Season 2? We don’t know.”
Additionally, Lockjaw was one of the few good things to emerge from that “Inhumans” disaster (extra amazing considering the television-level CG budget) which is why seeing him appear in a great project would be fantastic.
Will she get to meet Spider-Man? If so, what is the name of the one?
Kamala Kahn has teamed up with a number in Marvel comics’ top characters since her fairly recent debut in 2013. In actuality she’s had great adventures with all of the greatest Marvel superheroes ever since she was one in The Avengers at some point.
In the end, one of her most trusted allies in comics is the friendliest local Spider-Man himself. The comics reveal the Spider-Man in fact Miles Morales, who — because of some wacky multiverse shenanigans — is transported across the Ultimate universe to the 616 main universe.
Will that be the case in the MCU? Are they going to meet Spider-Man? If so then which one? Tom Holland’s Peter Parker is close to Iman Vellani’s age. Even though Miles is mentioned in passing in the film by Don Glover’s Aaron Davis in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,”” it’s implied that Miles is actually youngmaybe not old enough to become an actual Spider-Man any time soon. (ambien online rx) But it’s true that the Blip did give five years to some characters, so might that be the case to introduce Miles naturally, by slowly increasing his age? If so, it would make Miles’ age close to Holland’s and would eliminate the mentor/mentee distinction that they were when they were comics.
In any case, given that the show was largely shut off from the rest of the MCU It will be interesting seeing what collaborations the Vellani’s Ms. Marvel will be involved in, and whether Spider-Man whatever version it is — will be one of the characters. Here’s hoping!
What do you think of the consequences for time travel?
In the “Seeing Red” fight with the clandestine chief Nanja (Nimra Bucha), Kamala is sent back in time thanks to her banglein 1947 to experiences an event that led to the Partition of India. However, as she watches the tragic events of her family’s story unfold on screen in “Time and Again” we’re left asking whether there are any time-related paradoxes that result from Kamala’s involvement during the present?
It seems that Kamala is bound to appear in 1947, and guide her grieving grandmother (a young child at the moment at the history) toward her daddy (Kamala’s grandpa). In actual fact, Kamala realizes that her abilities to generate energy are the reason for”the “trail of stars” her grandmother took to take the final train to India. But, this leads to the “Terminator”/John Connor issue -in other words, i.e. should Kyle Reese needs to go back to 1984 to impotently impregnate Sarah Connor to give birth to John and where did the first John who first gave birth to Kyle Reese come from?
This is a popular time travel/sci-fi ploy However, it seems to be different from the way that time travel is described in “Avengers Endgame” which explicitly disbelieves “Terminator” rules as well as “Back into the Future” rules. Both depend on characters traveling back in time to alter events in the past that impact the present. What does this mean is that will any of the time-traveling actions of Kamala impact any of the events in the MCU timeline? In truth, it’s not clear what will ever be revisited in the end.