In meeting with The Marvels chief, Nia DaCosta, it was uncovered that the film would handle some tough subjects. A spin-off of 2019’s Captain Marvel, the forthcoming film will see Brie Larson repeat her job as Carol Danvers, a.k.a. Captain Marvel. Recognizable MCU faces like Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Teyonah Parris (Monica Rambeau), and Randall Park (Jimmy Woo) will likewise make a return in The Marvels, notwithstanding newbies like Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, a.k.a. Ms. Marvel.
While talking with Variety, DaCosta uncovered that also to Candyman, The Marvels will handle tough, however significant subjects. While Marvel motion pictures are regularly known for their lighthearted nature, DaCosta needs to guarantee some genuine discussions are at the focal point of every one of her movies. DaCosta’s full statement can be perused beneath:
“I can say it’s an altogether different beast. In any case, I am fixated on how we as a whole arrangement with our aggravation and injury, and there’s a portion of that in the story.”
There’s a ton of potential for The Marvels, with WandaVision’s breakout superhuman Monica Rambeau set to assume a critical part in the spin-off film. As well as getting her own Disney+ series, Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel), a superfan of Captain Marvel, will likewise be a critical person in the story. As of now, not much else is known about The Marvels, however Larson herself depicted the film as “succulent.” It will be intriguing to perceive what precisely DaCosta implies when she says the film will handle tough subjects, yet the intricate Carol Danvers seems like the ideal person to investigate sensations of torment, misfortune, and injury. Yet, until further notice, the fervor encompassing the MCU Phase 4 is simply proceeding to work with each new delivery, and with DaCosta as its elite player chief, The Marvels will undoubtedly be a hit for Marvel Studios.