Iman Vellani of Ms. Marvel shares her mutant status, which almost made it into the series final cut

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Iman Vellani, who plays Ms. Marvel in the MCU, recently stated that Kamala Khan’s mutant condition was almost left out of the final edit of the Disney+ series. In an interview, she discussed her thoughts on filming the unexpected Marvel revelation. The Ms. Marvel actor disclosed that she broke character in the sequence simply by hearing the term “mutation.” “The time we spent filming it was the most difficult. I couldn’t hold it together, to start with. I used to break every time Matt Lintz would utter the term “mutation,” which still gives me the creeps every time I hear it,” the woman recalled. “They even covered it before I did, so I heard it enough times to feel comfortable when the camera came back to me. It failed to function. I left after the first take. It was simply awesome! It was also one of the final shots we took, and Atlanta was in the night. You know, it was just like vibrations. It was awesome,” Vellani continued. Vellani was thrilled when the moment made Ms. Marvel’s final cut even though she had no idea it would. “But again, we didn’t know if that was gonna make it into the cut,” she continued. “I think filming it was the most annoying thing because I was having so much fun and I just wanted everyone to see how excited I was about it. It was really cool.” And to use the M word for the first time in the MCU—what an honour, you know. Thus, I’m delighted it was included,” Vellani continued.

In The Marvels’ last scene, Vellani’s Kamala Khan, in her best Nick Fury imitation, tries to enlist Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop/Hawkeye. It’s possible that Kamala is attempting to unite the Young Avengers, and she’s not the only young heroine who desires this alliance. In a recent interview, MCU character Xochitl Gomez, who plays America Chavez, expressed her want to see the youthful Avengers come together, saying, “It would be pretty awesome to have a young, diverse cast altogether.” It’s very amazing even to think about that,” she said. Gomez even has a contender for Young Avengers membership: “I saw Kathryn (Newton), she came to (Dancing With the Stars).” Gomez made her MCU debut in 2022’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It’s just one of those situations when a fun moment would be good to have all around,” she remarked. In the MCU, Kathryn Newton plays Cassie Lang, Ant-Man/Scott Lang’s daughter.

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