The co-directors of Ms. Marvel, Adil El Arbii and Billal Fallah finally have an answer if or not Kamala Khan and her family were actually snapped by the ad Tian, Thanos after the ents of Infinity War.
“Well, I would assume that seeing how the family dynamic is with them, I have a feeling that none of them got snapped,” the directors
Did Kamala Survive The Blip??
During an interview with The Direct. “But whenever we ask [Marvel Studios President and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige] about, ‘What about The Snap or The Blip? Do we reference it at all?’ He added, ‘Don’t worry about it. Focus on the story, focus just on that, don’t ask too many questions about other movies, other shows, and all that.’ That was sort of his mantra for Ms. Marvel.”
The Co-directors of Ms.Marvel, Billal Fallah, and Adil El Arbi have a concrete answer if or not Kamala Khan and her family were snapped out of existence by Thanos in Infinity War.
“Well, I would assume that seeing how the family dynamic is with them, I have a feeling that none of them got snapped,” the directors said in an interview with The Direct.
Moon Knight Gave Us The Term, The Blip
A question regarding Thanos’ Snap and the five years after, known as The Blip, came up in Disney+’s, Moon Knight, starring Oscar Isaac. Similar to Ms. Marvel, the show does not address if or not the main characters had been part of the half-life that disappeared after The Snap. However, Moon Knight’s Jeremy Slater, head writer, revealed that if Marc Spector had actually been blipped, it HAD to be something “you would have to address” in the show.
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“It’s something you would have to deal with, especially as a character who is trying to find his place in the world and has a lot of questions about his past,” Slater said. “To not touch on the Blip of it all, felt weird. So we all kind of collectively assumed that he was part of the 50 percent that survived.”
As per Amanat, who served as an executive producer on Ms. Marvel was intended to be as quirky and colorful as the comics, intermixing live-action and animation as a way to give life to Kamala’s dreamy fantasies. “It was important to us that you come right into Kamala’s world and see it through her eyes,” said El Arbi about Ms. Marvel. “It really shows that her head is in the clouds and she’s always fantasizing.”