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‘Ms. Marvel’ Star Reveals MCU is Not as Planned Out as You’d Think

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Ms. Marvel star Iman Vellani is revealing the Marvel Cinematic Universe is way more spontaneous than you’ll suppose.

Fans’ imaginations have by no means ceased questioning about what goes on behind the scenes at Marvel by way of planning ever since Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury confirmed up on the end-credits scene of Iron Man to inform Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark: “You’ve become part of a bigger universe. You just don’t know it yet.”

Four years later, followers have been handled to what was then considered an impossibility: a cinematic Avengers movie that includes a large number of heroes occupying the display directly. It’s sufficient to surprise: was a villain like Josh Brolin’s Thanos, who appeared as the primary antagonist in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, really deliberate from that first Iron Man film ten years earlier?

If Vellani’s phrase is to be believed, a decade-long planning course of like that isn’t really the way it works over on the studio behemoth that is owned by Disney.

“[T]hings are actually not planned 10 years in advance, there are many happy coincidences,” Vellani mentioned throughout a Reddit Ask Me Anything on Thursday in response to the question of what was probably the most “unexpected element” in relation to working with Marvel.

Looking back at how Phase Four has unfolded up to now, it’s really not that shocking that things aren’t completely deliberate out ten years prematurely, whenever you actually cease to consider it. Sure, the multiverse is an idea that has proven up in a large number of Marvel motion pictures and reveals currently, however many occasions they’ve been proven in disparate, unconnected methods. For occasion, it actually appeared just like the occasions surrounding the botched spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home would lead instantly into Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Madness, however each of these movies turned out to be surprisingly self-contained narratives.

For now, we will benefit from the smaller-scale Marvel tales like Ms. Marvel, whose season one finale is now obtainable on Disney Plus.

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