The Marvels unleashed its second trailer and it reveals a lot on what to expect. Director Nia DaCosta show us what she can do in the two minute and 30 second long trailer. Her last movie which is Candyman
Polite Society is a glass ceiling-breaking British Action Comedy as it represents the Pakistani British community. It has a diverse cast but shows the melting pot the United Kingdom is. The film tackles the anxiety younger siblings experience when the older sibling they are close with is about to leave for marriage.
Miss Marvel got many positive reviews from critics because the show is good. It Even has the potential to evolve into something better. The show’s Target audience is obviously children and teenagers, but its appeal is universal. I noticed that Disney and Marvel had been releasing mini trailers to hype the premiere days before the release, and dislikes flood it. I can see Dislikes on YouTube because of an extension that makes it visible. A few minutes after the show becomes available in Disney Plus, the negative reviews have flooded on different platforms. It is impossible to make a review of a show that is out for like two minutes. The Negative reviews are from people who didn’t even watch the show.
Miss Marvel trended in Pakistani Social media when the first trailer was release. That shows There is a demand for Kamala Khan in Pakistan because she is the first Pakistani descent super hero. Representation matters and this is the first time Pakistanis see someone who looks like them. Seeing a Superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe makes them feel represented. Pakistani MCU fans wanted to watch the Adventures of the Brown Girl from New Jersey because they relate to her lineage and religion. Kamala is Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first Muslim Superhero. She is a daughter of Pakistani immigrants in New Jersey. Kamala was a typical geeky teenage girl who was a super hero fan. She Collects comic merchandise and write fan fictions. One day her World will change when she becomes a Superhero herself.
Miss Marvel is finally going to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Kamala Khan(Iman Vellani) is your average teenage girl from New Jersey. She is a fan of Superheroes and the biggest fangirl of Captain Marvel. Dorky as it may sound, she loves writing fan-fiction about her favorite Superheroes. One day this ordinary fangirl will discover that he is not an ordinary human. Like her idol, Carol Danvers, she possesses her own Super Powers. Marvel made changes with her origin story compared to her comic version and changed her powers, but she is still that Nerdy Muslim girl from New Jersey who becomes a Superhero like her idol. In the Comics, she got her powers because she is Inhuman, but Marvel wanted to distance itself from Perlmutter. He is the former Marvel CEO who was hated by the fans because he tried to replace Mutants with Inhumans out of pettiness against Fox. Now Miss Marvel’s powers are similar to Carol Danvers to make them more adjacent from each other. Her powers are more similar to Mr Fantastic and Ant-man in the Comics, but Marvel decided to change direction for the live-action.