Ms. Marvel is the first Muslim character in the franchise. The series having Muslim directors with stellar credentials mean a better representation of her.
The Marvel's series depicting the first Muslim superhero in the franchise, finally has a directorial team. And the stellar team has already hyped up the series.
The directors behind Bad Boys for Life are going to be joining the series. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, the Pakistani duo are part of the amazing roster as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
And its not just them, Meera Menon, a director who has previously worked in The Walking Dead, The Punisher, Titans, Dirty John and Outlander will the join the series as well.
The series also has Oscar-winning Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy attached. However, her previously credits include mostly short documentaries.
Kamala Khan, or Ms. Marvel won't just be restricted to her own series, she'll also be featured in future Marvel movies, confirms Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige.
All of the directors attached with the project have amazing credentials, making the announcement more worthwhile for the fans.
And particularly most of them being from Pakistani origin make for a better representation of the character, as the character, Ms. Marvel is also from a Pakistani origin.