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WATCH: ‘Ms. Marvel’ embraces ‘cosmic’ powers in official trailer


Marvel Studios’ “Ms. Marvel.” Picture: screengrab from YouTube/Marvel Leisure

Marvel Studios has dropped the official trailer for its upcoming sequence “Ms. Marvel,” that includes a teenager-turned-superhero portrayed by Pakistani-Canadian actress Iman Vellani.

Vellani performs Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) in the sequence, a Muslim-American highschool pupil who’s an enormous Captain Marvel fan, as seen in the trailer launched in Marvel Leisure’s YouTube channel yesterday, March 15. Her fantasies of changing into a superhero grew to become a actuality after she discovered a mystical bracelet which gave her “cosmic” powers.

“Maybe they’re right, I spend too much time in fantasy land. It’s not really the brown girls from Jersey City who save the world,” Khan says.

After gaining powers she has lengthy been dreaming about, Khan seems to be struggling to steadiness her life as a pupil and a superhero.

“I always thought I wanted this kind of life but I never imagined this,” she provides.

In the meantime, followers are reportedly divided over the obvious change in the superhero’s superpowers for the sequence. Within the comedian guide, Ms. Marvel has the “embiggening” powers of a polymorph, as a substitute of cosmic powers.

Vellani will probably be starring in “Ms. Marvel” alongside Aramis Knight, Saagar Shaikh and Rish Shah, amongst others. The sequence will probably be up for streaming on June 8 on Disney+. JB

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