The Ms. Marvel sound engineer has revealed that the second half of the series will deal with subjects unfamiliar to Western viewers.
L’June 8 debuted on the streaming platform Disney + Ms. Marvelthe new series of Marvel Studios dedicated to the young Pakistani-American superheroine Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) that we will see again on the big screen alongside Brie Larson (Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel) e Teyonah Parris (Monica Rambeau) in The Marvels from Nia DaCosta.
During an interview granted exclusively to the site The Direct, Chris Gilessound engineer of Ms. Marvelspoke about his work and experience on the series with Iman Vellani. When asked to disclose what is his favorite episodeGiles admitted that he could not disclose it, explaining that the second half of the show will take a more dynamic direction and address topics unfamiliar to Western audiences:
“I can not say it. As they start building more backstories, the series becomes more dynamic, unlike other MCU projects. […] The episodes that stand out they will bein my opinion, in the second half of the series because we will start dealing with topics that many Westerners may not even be aware of. Maybe if you follow Ms. Marvel’s canon and a couple of other things, you may be able to put some pieces together and understand some things. But I’m fascinated that there are some stories that will be told through this medium. Backstories help develop these characters. Marvel is often criticized because according to some there is no character development and in the movies they just blow things up and things like that. But especially these streaming projects with multiple episodes, they are able to develop a lot of backstory. There are some very, very strong things coming up. “
“Whenever we get the chance to visit any other place on the planet, it’s incredible. And yes, we, people from Southeast Asia also worked on the show. I got to work more closely with them and see how they process the world compared to how we process the world generally in Western civilization.. And this, for me, was a very humbling experience. It opened up my universe a little more. It was very educational. And it was truly a fantastic journey. “
We remember that Ms. Marvelwritten by Bisha K. Ali (Four weddings and a funeral) and directed by Adil El Arbi And Bilall Fallah (Bad Boys For Life), Meera Menon (The Punisher) And Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoysees in the cast Iman Vellani (Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel), Matt Lintz (Bruno Carrelli), Yasmeen Fletcher (Nakia Bahadir), Laurel Marsden (Zoe Zimmer), Zenobia Shroff (Muneeba Khan), Mohan Kapur (Yusuf Khan), Saagar Shaihk (Aamir Khan), Rish Shah (Kamran), Laith Nakli (Sheikh Abdullah), Aramis Knight (Kareem / Red Dagger), Travina Springer (Tyesha Hillman), Arian Moayed (Agent Cleary) e Alysia Reiner (Agent Deever).
“Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel is a new original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teenager growing up in Jersey City. An avid gamer and voracious fanfiction author, Kamala is a huge superhero fan with enormous imagination… particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel. But she Kamala struggles to fit into school and sometimes even home… until she gets superpowers like the heroes she has always admired. Life is easier with superpowers, right?“