Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are a duo of filmmakers who have worked on productions such as Black and win and who have also been in charge of two superhero productions: batgirl and Ms. Marvel – 100%. Because Iman Vellani, who gives life to the popular character of Ms. MarvelKamala Khan, will appear in the upcoming film The Marvels, fans have begun to question the producers if this film production will set the tone for a second season of Ms. Marvel. In interview for Playlist, the arbiy fallahdirectors of the series, commented that the realization of a second season is subject to the reception of the film about the trio of heroines:
We’re waiting for The Marvels, so that will decide what the next step will be. So we’re really looking forward to that. We can’t wait to see it, man. It’s great to see the trailers and see the whole family there and Iman Vellani doing a great job, so I’m looking forward to it.
This adds to the enthusiasm that both creators profess for the series:
Well, you know, if they ask us to come back with ‘Ms. Marvel’, we love the universe, we love those characters, Iman and all the other supporting actors there, so it would be an honor to go back and explore a little more (…) There is a Moroccan superhero that we forgot to name and who exists, so we can go there. And you know, we love ‘Blade’. Our friend Yann Demange is now doing ‘Blade’. If Yann doesn’t want to do the second movie, we’re still there. And ‘Deadpool’: we’re always there for ‘Deadpool.’ If there is a fourth (film), we are also willing to play, so if they call us, we are fine.
Marvel and the audience
The film is planned to be released on November 10 of this year, despite the harsh criticism that everything related to one of the main characters has received: Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson. The haters have taken it upon themselves to make clear the things they disagree with, be it the script, the actor, the photography or a long etcetera.
As an example, in April of this year, the trailer released by Marvel had unusual activity: it received thousands of negative comments and hundreds of thousands of dislikes, according to fandomwire. Already in 2022, Sana Amamat, Co-creator of Ms. Marvel, spoke with NBC) about the hate that the series based on his comic received:
I think (the criticism) comes from a place of anger and a sense that their identities are being threatened. If you can’t connect with it, that’s okay. I just wish they wouldn’t try to destroy it. It’s amazing to see how they are internalizing those images. I just hope that it gives them a sense of competence that, frankly, I didn’t have growing up, and a sense of connection within their culture and who they are because I think that’s incredibly important.
For its part, the arbi and Farah They agreed that fans have every right to express their discontent, since they are an important piece when making future decisions. They remembered that to make Batgirl, for example, they had to give up Beverly Hills Cop 4which was difficult, but, in a way, the viewers of your productions are like your bosses, and the best way to keep your job intact is by offering them high-quality productions on demand.
They concluded that even if Ms. Marvel did not have a season 2, both are extremely interested in working with Marvel Studios on future projects. They even have some potential franchises they would like to try.
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