Ms. Marvel Executive Producer Eager To Make Real-Life Ant-Man Podcast
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Credit: Marvel Studios

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Ms. Marvel Episode 1. Read at your own risk!

There’s a lot to unpack in Ms. Marvel Episode 1, Generation Why, and it explains how Kamala Khan and the rest of the world knew about the battle between the Avengers and Thanos – Ant-Man has a podcast titled Big Me, Little Me. Now, the executive producer of the series, Bisha K. Ali is eager to make Scott Lang’s show in real life.

Ms. Marvel Executive Producer Eager To Make Real-Life Ant-Man Podcast
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Ms. Marvel Executive Producer Eager To Make Real-Life Ant-Man Podcast

In the first few minutes of Ms. Marvel Episode 1, Kamala Khan shares a graphic reenactment of the battle in Endgame which made her look up to Captain Marvel as her idol who knocked down Thanos in a punch. This information was made known to the public because of Scott Lang a.k.a. Ant-Man who has a podcast titled Big Me, Little Me.

In an interview with The Wrap, Ms. Marvel executive producer Bisha K. Ali revealed that she wants to bring into reality the said podcast, “I'm desperate to listen to this podcast and desperate to make it. Like, also, why shouldn’t the MCU expand into podcasting? Like fiction podcast? I mean, Paul Rudd, what’s up? Let’s do it. I’ll write it, you just sit in a booth. It’ll be a good time.”

Ali added that while podcasts might not be for everyone, there are those like her who love to listen to that, “I would love to hear it. And also because -- I don’t know, it can’t be for everyone, but for me, podcasts are my relaxed space. Like I’m obsessed with podcasts. So yeah, I can see Kamala just sitting around listening to it all the time. I’d love to make it.”

The Battle of Earth in Avengers: Endgame concluded the Infinity Saga where Thanos finally got defeated by Earth’s mightiest heroes and it is important to note that such an event is made known to the public through first-hand information from someone who fought in it makes a lot of sense how characters like Kamala Khan ended up looking up to heroes like Captain Marvel.

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It’s also worth noting that Ant-Man’s podcast has not included any mention of Spider-Man or Peter Parker which shows that the spell of Doctor Strange on Peter being forgotten by everyone on Earth worked. It’s hard to leave out any information about Spider-Man because he was the one who handed the gauntlet to Captain Marvel in the first place.

To have Big Me, Little Me podcast a reality would be a delight, especially to the fans of the MCU who love to listen to such and it could air anything under Marvel like the comics, upcoming projects, or even previous movies and series that could be narrated by Scott Lang. He could even have his friend Luis do the narration which could be insanely hilarious!

Would you listen to the Big Me, Little Me podcast if it becomes a reality?

Ms. Marvel releases a new episode on Wednesday, exclusively on Disney Plus.

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