Ms. Marvel Writer Addresses If Time Travel Breaks Avengers: Endgame Rules

Ms. Marvel was the last series from Marvel Studios to release on Disney+ and it did some groundbreaking things for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series introduces us to Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) while introducing audiences to Pakistani culture. During the penultimate episode of the show’s first season, Kamala is transported to 1940s India as the score was happening and meets her great-grandmother, great-grandfather, and wife. Grandmother. She has to save her grandmother from loss, which is quite an emotional event. But, the one thing that must be on the minds of Marvel Studios fans is the use of time travel and how it could invalidate the time travel rules of Avengers: Endgame. In a new interview, Ms. Marvel Head Writer Bisha K. Ali has revealed how their use of time travel makes sense in the MCU.

“Yes, we had the Avengers: Endgame [rules] that you can’t go back as a consequence [way]. … However between End of Game and [Ms. Marvel]another little show came called Loki, which I was part of to understand how time could work. And I would say I think it wouldn’t have caused a Nexus event due to its inevitability. So it was a closed loop,” Ali said. cinema mix. “That’s what happens. … And it was also the fact that a Nexus event is caused by … You know what? I’m going to get yelled at by somebody, either a fan or Marvel. I can’t say which one. But I will say this, that to me it made perfect sense, and it was consistent with what was established at the VAT, which seemed to be the ultimate decision on time I think .”

During the final minutes of the season finale of Ms. Marvel, it is revealed that the reason Kamala can access her superpowers is because of a mutation in her genetics. Currently, the iconic x-men the anime series’ theme song plays, confirming that the character is indeed a mutant. Within the same AMA, Vellani recently broke his silence on the substantial reveal.

“Don’t get me wrong, I love Inhumans. Black Bolt is my dad. But I think the MCU is in a very different place than the comics, and so we were able to go that route with Kamala, and , for To be honest, the original intention of the comic book character was to make her a mutant, so I’m glad this is real and we can make it happen,” Vellani revealed. “Sana Amanat and I were freaking out every brain cell exploded when we found out we could do this. I was literally refreshing the Episode 6 thread here until someone one finally mentions it.”

Here’s how Disney+ describes the series: “Marvel Studios'”Ms. Marvelis a new original series that features Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager growing up in Jersey City. An avid gamer and voracious fan-fiction scribe, Kamala is a superhero mega-fan with a wild imagination, especially when it’s about Captain Marvel.Yet Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home, until she gets superpowers like the heroes she has always admired. Life gets better with superpowers, doesn’t it?

Ms. Marvel is directed by executive producers Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah, Meera Menon and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, with executive producer Bisha K. Ali serving as head writer. The series stars Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, Matt Lintz as Bruno Carrelli, Yasmeen Fletcher as Nakia Bahadir, Rish Shah as Kansan, Zenobia Shroff as Muneeba Khan, Mohamed Kapur as Yusuf Khan, Laurel Marsden as Zoe Zimmer and Aramis Knight. like Kareem aka Red Dagger. All episodes of the series are broadcast exclusively on Disney+!

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