Ms. Marvel Working Title Confirms Marvel TV Show’s Setting

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As Ms. Marvel inches closer to starting production, the Disney show’s working title seems to reveal the setting – and it fits with the comics.

The working title of Marvel’s upcoming Disney series Ms. Marvel confirms the setting. The Kamala Khan iteration of Ms. Marvel was introduced in a Captain Marvel comic in 2013 before getting her own solo series in 2014. Readers responded favorably to Kamala, who is a young Pakistani American Inhuman with the ability to shape-shift and change the size of her body at will. Fans have long hoped to see Kamala join the MCU, and last year it was announced that Ms. Marvel is among the shows currently in development for Disney . The lead role hasn’t been cast yet, but for now, Ms. Marvel is aiming for release sometime in 2021.

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Back in February, reports suggested Ms. Marvel would begin shooting this summer. However, it’s unclear if those plans are still in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. Since March, the pandemic has kept most film and television productions shut down. This includes fellow Disney shows The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki. While some productions have slowly begun to get back to work, and there have been reports of the Marvel shows starting again in the coming months, there have been no updates on Ms. Marvel’s progress.

Now, though, an update has arrived in the form of Ms. Marvel‘s working title. Ms. Marvel was among the many projects included in the most recent issue of Production Weekly. The listing includes the working title “Jersey,” which suggests the series will take place in New Jersey. This makes perfect sense seeing as in the comics, Kamala is a Jersey native.

Beyond that, not much is known about Ms. Marvel. It is certain that Kamala will appear in both her Disney series and MCU films, with reports even suggesting she’ll join her first movie not long after the series arrives. A likely contender for Kamala’s big screen debut is Captain Marvel 2. Kamala has several ties to Carol Danvers, and there was even some hope that the first Captain Marvel could allude to her somehow. While that didn’t happen, a supporting role in the sequel seems viable. Plus, Captain Marvel 2 is currently scheduled for 2022, which isn’t too far from Ms. Marvel‘s 2021 debut.

One of the biggest questions surrounding Ms. Marvel now isn’t when it will begin filming, but who will be cast as the young hero. Much like the stars of She-Hulk and Moon Knight, there’s a lot of anticipation surrounding the MCU’s newest additions. Seeing as most are hoping to start production in the coming months, it hopefully won’t be too long before Marvel decides to share the names of who will play these characters.

Source: Production Weekly

Key Release Dates

  • Black Widow (2020)Release date: Nov 06, 2020
  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Feb 12, 2021
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)Release date: May 07, 2021
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming 3 (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: Feb 11, 2022
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022



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Rachel LaBonte is a news and features writer for Screen Rant with a deep passion for movies and television. A recent graduate of Emerson College, she majored in Media Arts Production while specializing in screenwriting. She’s been a writer ever since high school when she realized she was rather good at it and joined as many entertainment news clubs as she could while in school. Most notably, she wrote for Emerson’s website Emertainment Monthly, and one of her film reviews won an Evvy (Emerson’s student awards) for Best Review. Her deep love of movies led to her working at a movie theater for five years, which she loved despite the angry customers. An avid reader who constantly buys books before reading the ones she already owns, Rachel is a huge fan of superheroes (especially of the Marvel variety) and wizards and will likely never be able to catch up on all the movies/TV shows she longs to watch.

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