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Ms. Marvel’s Iman Vellani Will Retire From MCU For This Reason

This groundbreaking Disney+ original series from Marvel Studios packs a punch and sends a statement. Ms. Marvel, now available on Disney+, follows Kamala Khan, a gamer and Marvel Super Hero fanatic with a vivid imagination.

The girl idolizes Captain Marvel, but her overprotective South Asian family refuses to let her live the superhero life. When one fateful night alters her life forever, she learns she wields more control than she ever thought possible.

It’s almost unbelievable how well Iman Vellani plays Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel. The 19-year-old performer serves as a seasoned veteran in her first professional role on the Disney+ series.

Ms. Marvel has just aired three episodes. However, Iman Vellani has already won over fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with her portrayal of Kamala Khan. The actress portrays the newest superhero in the MCU.

However, she stands in for all Marvel “fangirls” everywhere. Ms. Marvel and the comedian books have been Iman Vellani’s favorites since she was a child, and now that she has the chance to work with Marvel Comics, she is determined not to let it slide through her fingers.

Learning From Mistakes

Iman Vellani sat down with Variety before the launch of Ms. Marvel on Disney+ to talk about her current situation and future inside the MCU. Also, it would seem that she has learned from the mistakes of other Marvel actors (namely, Tom Holland) concerning the leaking of Marvel info.

“I love [keeping Marvel secrets]. It’s power. For some people, money and owning businesses is power. For me, it’s Marvel secrets. I vowed to [Marvel Studios president] Kevin [Feige] that I will never drop any secret. If it happens, I’m retiring.”

For the time being, Iman Vellani keeps her mouth shut and her words to herself. However, Vellani has a long road ahead of her if she is to successfully reprise her role as Kamala in the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels. We would love to see more of Kamala Khan in the future. So, here’s hoping she’s as good at keeping secrets as she was before.