WandaVision and Loki Writers Reportedly Added To Work On The Marvels

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The release of one of the most highly anticipated MCU films, The Marvels, is right around the corner, and Marvel Studios has just revealed new incoming writers to work on the film. The Marvels will be featuring Captain Marvel aka Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani), and Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) with her superhero name yet to be revealed.

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According to an official release from Marvel Studios (via The Direct), the Nia DaCosta-helmed film has been joined by Megan McDonnell (WandaVision), Elissa Karasik (Loki), and Robot Chicken’s Zeb Wells, the current Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man comic series writer.

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Back in December 2022, the official synopsis for The Marvels was released via Disney Press website, and according to the plot, Carol Danvers will “reclaim her identity from the tyrannical kree” and “take revenge on the supreme intelligence.” However, an unforeseen consequence takes on Carol’s journey in a destabilized universe where Captain Marvel’s powers become entangled with “Jersey City super-fan Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel” and Monica Rambeau.

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When asked how Brie Larson thinks of the Captain Marvel sequel, the actress summed it up as “a converging of a bunch of different things at once, and so you’re following these three incredible characters that have their own trials and tribulations and things to—ways to grow. And then the way that they grow as a team.”

Larson also previously teased how the Captain Marvel sequel will be showing a different side of Carol we have never seen before, and seeing as she will be joined by two more Marvels, it is already turning out to be quite a festive team-up!

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The Marvels is currently slated for release in theaters on July 28, 2023.

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