We’re just a day away from the much-awaited Ms. Marvel’s finale of the series and new footage reveals the exact moment Kamala Khan tries to divulge her secret identity of Ms. Marvel to her Muslim family.
For most of the season, the series has followed Kamala as she learns about the origins of her powers. This journey takes her to Pakistan to explore the tragic history of her family, which also brought her in close proximity to her grandmother and mother.
Kamala is the new Pakistani hero Night Light
With the duo of elder stateswomen discovering about Kamala is the new Pakistani hero Night Light, it’s high time that she came clean to her brother. Unfortunately, they were not very surprised to hear the news.
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“Classic Khan gossip train. Don’t miss the finale of Marvel Studios’ #MsMarvel, streaming tomorrow on @DisneyPlus,” a Marvel Studio tweet account reads. We witness the Kamala Khan family in their living room as Kamala starts to make her massive announcement.
She apologizes for not making this announcement sooner, and even for sneaking out for an AvengerCon in episode 1 and ruining her brother’s wedding.
Classic Khan gossip train. 😒
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) July 12, 2022
Kamala admits that she is Light Girl/Night Light, and her brother Aamir feels surprised. In actuality, their mother had spoiled the news to their father, who told Aamir while on speaker phone.
Iman Vellani talked about her future in Hollywoodonce Ms. Marvel ended up shooting up. NME talked to the actress to discuss her career so far, negative reactions to Ms. Marvel, review-bombing, and more.
Iman Vellani talks about negative reactions to the show
Before the interview got over, NME questioned Vellani if she had any plans after the series. “Nope! I didn’t even know I could do this,” she replied. “Ms. Marvel came out of nowhere and so I decided I’m not going to plan my future. I’m just going to see where life takes me. If it’s an indie thing then great, if it’s Fast and Furious 29 then great. I don’t know! I’m going with the flow here.
She revealed what MCU fans can expect from the finale of Ms. Marvel. “It’s directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah who directed episode one, so a lot of that fun animation and quick Edgar Wright-style editing is coming back. Visually, it’s quite fun to look at…,” Vellani said.
We already do know that Ms. Marvel is a Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels, and is set to come into theaters in July next year
The series finale debuts Wednesday, July 13th on Disney+.