‘Ms. Marvel’ Post-Credit Scene was Shot by ‘The Marvels’ Director
With excitemnt for the Captain Marvel sequel at an all-time high, fans have just seen what is the very first moment that was originally from that film, as it turns out that the Ms. Marvel post-credit scene was actually shot by The Marvels director Nia DaCosta.
There is no denying how spectacular the MCU’s newest series, Ms. Marvel, has been; ending its six-episode season as the highest-rated project– yes, I do mean project- that Marvel has ever developed in its vast history.
The series beautifully brought to life the character of Kamala Khan and displayed to audiences her evolution from a Muslim-American teenager obsessed with superheroes to her actual journey of becoming one.
The series marked the long-awaited debut of the character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it has long been known that Kamala is set to appear alongside both Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau in the highly-anticipated Captain Marvel sequel film, The Marvels.
As it turns out, fans may have just gotten their first taste of what they can expect out of the upcoming sequel film, as Ms. Marvel directors, Adil el Arbi and Bilall Fallah have revealed that the post-credit scene was actually shot by The Mavels director Nia DaCosta.
Speaking to Collider, Fallah revealed, “So, that was actually- Bia DaCosta shot that while she was shooting The Marvels. She was on set with Brie Larson and Iman, and she didn’t know that scene was going to be used for the post-credit scene.”
Fallah added, “Marvel is very good at separating all the things. So, we would always as Kevin [Feige], ‘Yo, so when is Captian Marvel going to show up?’ And he would always tell s, ‘Don’t worry about it. You’ll see.”
The director continued, “Meanwhile, he has said to Nia DaCosta, ‘Just shoot that scene. We need that. And you’ll see.’ And all of a sudden, when we were calibrating the final episodes after the credits, we said, ‘Oh. There’s Captain Marvel.'”
The director concluded, stating, “So that was a big surprise for us, as well. but it was pretty cool. It was pretty cool.”
It is fascinating to know that DaCosta, in a way, unknowingly crafted this post-credit scene, and it does directly interact with what we’ll find in the upcoming The Marvels.