news culture Ms. Marvel: Instead of Tom Holland, an actor from the new Disney+ series Spider-Man could have played!
In terms of programming, Disney and Marvel aren’t slowing down. After the launch of Moon Knight on the SVOD platform and the theatrical release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it’s Kamala Khan’s turn, half-teen, half-superhero, to enter the catalog with her own series, called Ms. Marvel, from You can already watch the first three episodes.
- Ms. Marvel makes a smash-and-smash appearance
- Kamala Khan’s best friend was almost Spider-Man!
Ms. Marvel makes a smash-and-smash appearance
Prior to the series’ reveal last March, it had been a while since we felt anything brewing on the Disney side about the future female superheroes that the SVOD platform would highlight. But before She Hulk
Unfortunately, the new series couldn’t repeat the feat of its older ones and the results are final. ! But even if the results are not good, the series manages to win the hearts of some fans who are full of praise for this format and this slightly different tone from previous productions, even if the superheroine has drawn the ire of comic book fans.
Kamala Khan’s best friend was almost Spider-Man!
However, this does not prevent the cast from promoting the series and doing interviews to talk about the project and many other things. One of them, Matt Lintz, who plays the role of Bruno Carrelli, best friend of Kamala Khan (aka Ms. Marvel), was confident in his entry into the big family of Marvel Cinematic Universe
The young actor said he was in the running to play the MCU’s Spider-Man before production decided to drop Tom Holland. Not vengeful for all this, Matt Lintz also had the opportunity to meet the new character of Peter Parker during the filming of in the cinema Mrs Miracle since from Spider-Man: No Way Home was also performed in the Atlanta area. Alongside him, actress Iman Vellani, who plays Kamala Khan, returned to this gathering by invoking Tom Holland’s annoying tendency to spoil MCU films!
I was best for the role of Spider-Man, which ended up going to this guy, Tom Holland. (jokingly) I don’t know if you know who it is. (…) It was cool because one day he came to one of our sets and I got to talk to him (…) I admire him in many ways. He’s an amazing person and actor and it seems like things have come full circle. — Matt Lintz, who played Bruno Carrelli in Ms. Miracle
He asked me what the show was about, and I asked him the same question for his new Spider-Man movie: He literally showed me a picture of him with Tobey Maguire (the actor who played Peter Parker in the Sam Raimi trilogy borrows his features )! (…) I understand that we are both at Marvel. But I didn’t need to know that before I experienced it. — Iman Vellani, interpreter for Kamala Khan in Ms. Marvel