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Ms. Marvel makes record as the first Marvel project having a TV-PG rating

Marvel Studios will be shifting to Ms. Marvel, Once Moon Knight wraps up in a couple of weeks, the television series introducing an all-new character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time. The series debuts the actor Iman Vellani as teenage Avenger Kamala Khan. The series is looking like the studio’s one of the most family-friendly shows. Some teasers and trailers of the series are released.

Except for the trailer and TV spots, we’ve rarely seen Disney+‘s, Ms. Marvel. Of course, it has been shown to be sufficient to complain to some fans that the power of Kamala Khan has changed dramatically. The young hero wears Gauntlets “NegaBands” That give Kamala some Green Lantern-style abilities instead of being portrayed as an inhuman who obscures her power.

This time another surprise was revealed. The new Ms. Marvel will be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe project evaluated by TV-PG. Obviously, Marvel is much more family-friendly, as all other Marvel Studios TV shows and movies on Disney+ are rated PG-13 or TV-14. The main reason this rating changes expectations is due to the tone and genre of the show. The first trailer released for the show emulated the trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming like a John Hughes comedy. However, similarities with the latter may end there. Homecoming contained a fun element of that type of movie, avoiding showing the death of Uncle Ben’s MCU, but there were also moments of dark and serious characters that became a staple of the MCU. .. At that time, Marvel’s reputation for TVPG changed expectations for these more serious moments. Instead, Ms. Marvel seems to be evolving, going further than Spider-Man: Homecoming and talking about John Hughes’ adult high school without adding dramatic elements. That doesn’t mean the PG project can’t have a serious moment, and Marvel certainly has her fair share, but the rating changes expectations of how serious the show will be.

This makes sense in many ways, as Kamala is the type of character that can appeal to young fans. We are still not sure if that means avoiding the adult themes and stories that Marvel saw in shows like The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, and Moon Knight, but the series isn’t included in the action. Quite surely harsh or violent! Stay tuned for more details on the long-awaited Disney + series in the coming weeks.

“MS. Marvel is a new original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager who grew up in Jersey City. Avid gamer and greedy fan-fiction writer Kamala, especially with regard to Captain Marvel. Is a mega-fan of imaginative superheroes, but Kamala doesn’t fit in at school, sometimes even at home, until she gains superheroes like the heroes she always admires. I feel. The superpower will improve your life, right? “

Recently, it was confirmed that Iman Vellani would join as Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvels are Aramis Knight, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Laith Nakli, Azhar Usman, Travina Springer, and Nimra Bucha. Bisha K. Ali is the main author of the series, and the episodes are directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilal Farrer, Meera Menon, and Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy.