Fans have long discussed an alleged script hole in WandaVision involving Avengers: Endgame. After years, the issue was finally resolved in Ms. Marvel.
It turns out that in the first Marvel series, the character Monica Rambeau says Wanda came very close to killing Thanos in the final battle. The problem is that the public knows this, but it wouldn’t be possible for Monica to know, after all, she wasn’t there.
In the midst of so many fights and so many heroes fighting against alien attacks and still trying to find a way to defeat one of the greatest villains of all, only those who lived the moment would be able to talk about him so well.
So the first episode of Ms. Marvel reveals that Scott Langalso known as the Ant Mannow owns a podcast, in which he talks about the Avengers and their battles.
So it’s more likely that Lang narrated the whole story on his podcast and that Rambeau heard it and is just reproducing what he heard.
That way, the problem would be solved and the hole in the script no longer exists.
Ms actress. Marvel Talks All About Brie Larson On-Set Experience: ‘Super Intimidated’
Iman Vellani is already confirmed to appear in the second film of the captain marvelentitled The Marvels.
To ScreenRantshe said that the contact with Brie Larson and Teyonah Parris was quite special.
“They are like my older sisters. They are very easy to work with, and they really take care of me. They are super protective, and I was so grateful for that, because I felt super intimidated when I was going to film.”
“I was the youngest, the rookie, and all I could think about was, ‘I need to be able to provide what they need to make a convincing scene.’ He understands? I I didn’t want to disappoint them,” said Iman.
“I think it worked really well, and it was honestly super fun filming next to them.”, he concluded.
It is worth mentioning that Ms. Marvel has already premiered on Disney+ with the first two episodes released.
The plot shows a 16-year-old Pakistani girl who is a big fan of Captain Marvel.
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