THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta Helmed MS. MARVEL Finale's Post-Credit Scene - SPOILERS

THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta Helmed MS. MARVEL Finale's Post-Credit Scene - SPOILERS THE MARVELS Director Nia DaCosta Helmed MS. MARVEL Finale's Post-Credit Scene - SPOILERS

The post-credit scene of this week's Ms. Marvel season finale directly tied into next year's Captain Marvel sequel, and it's now come to light that director Nia DaCosta actually helmed the sequence.

By MarkCassidy - Jul 17, 2022 08:07 AM EST
Filed Under: Ms. Marvel

This past Wednesday's season finale of Ms. Marvel concluded with a couple of major surprises, with the reveal that Kamala Khan was a mutant closely followed by a post-credits scene featuring a familiar face.

As Kamala returns from patrol and prepares to start her homework, we see her bangle begin to glow. The budding superhero inspects the powerful device, and is instantly transported away in a flash of light after crashing through her closet door. A figure emerges, but it's Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), who looks around in confusion before rushing out the door.

We're not exactly sure what happened (it's assumed that Kamala and Carol Danvers switched places and the former is now on another planet somewhere), but we do know that the sequence will directly tie into next year's The Marvels, and Ms. Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah have now confirmed the connection between both MCU projects while revealing that the 2023 movie's director Nia DaCosta actually helmed the stinger.

"So, that was actually — Nia DaCosta shot that while she was shooting The Marvels," Fallah explained to Collider. "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. Marvel is very good in separating all the things. So, we would always ask Kevin [Feige], 'Yo, when's Captain Marvel going to show up?' And he would always tell us, 'Don't worry about it. You'll see.' 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.' So that was a big surprise for us, as well. But it was pretty cool. It was pretty cool."

We now have some idea how Danvers and Khan will link-up in The Marvels, but it remains to be seen how Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) will factor into the sequel after developing abilities of her own in WandaVision.

"Ms. Marvel is a new, original series that introduces Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager growing up in Jersey City," reads the show's updated synopsis. "An avid gamer and a voracious fan-fiction scribe, Kamala is a Super Hero mega fan with an oversized imagination—particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel. Yet Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home—that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to. Life gets better with super powers, right?"

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NinnesMBC - 7/16/2022, 11:53 PM
TBH that's a little hard to believe but it's nice that the director left her own stamp in the series that basically sets up the Captain Marvel sequel and both show and movie end up now sharing their own DNA with each other.
BringFFtoMCU - 7/16/2022, 11:58 PM
Ohhhh…that’s why it sucked. Got it.
MrKeyzerSoze - 7/17/2022, 4:01 AM
@BringFFtoMCU - What and why did it suck?
pmackattack - 7/17/2022, 8:19 AM
@BringFFtoMCU - I’m genuinely confused by this comment. A 30 second scene where Kamala disappears and carol shows up in her place was bad how? Like did you not like the closet?
bobevanz - 7/16/2022, 11:59 PM
Lmao wut
MrKeyzerSoze - 7/17/2022, 4:01 AM
@bobevanz - LMAO what?
Is it that hard to believe
OmegaDaGrodd - 7/17/2022, 12:10 AM
The Ms Marvel writers waiting for their Captain Marvel cameo

smgmayhem - 7/17/2022, 12:12 AM
I really enjoyed the show more than I thought I would.
RichardGrayson - 7/17/2022, 12:14 AM
The Candyman reboot was one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Garbage. Love the original and the first sequel was ok, even the second sequel was watchable. The reboot was TRASH, and I have absolutely zero faith in Nia to do a good job.
SonOfAGif - 7/17/2022, 12:18 AM
@RichardGrayson - I remember this same complaint with the Russo Brothers. "You me and Dupree sucked! I have no faith in them!" And look and what they did with The Winter Soldier, Infinity War, and Endgame.
MrKeyzerSoze - 7/17/2022, 4:03 AM
@RichardGrayson - Yeah the Candyman movie kinda sucked. But let's see how this goes. Not looking really forward to Marvels compared to other MCU movies coming out.
Nightmare - 7/17/2022, 4:43 AM
@RichardGrayson - the first 40 minutes or so was ok, but then the movie went full stupid after that. Can't imagine how bad it was before the reshoots.
Origame - 7/17/2022, 8:16 AM
@Nightmare - it was so painfully obvious they had massive reshoots. For whatever reason the movie started off as the genuine boogeyman he always was, even carving up a bunch of high school girls, to this guardian angel of the black community fighting corrupt police officers?
pmackattack - 7/17/2022, 8:26 AM
@Origame - Isn’t it crazy Jordan peele, prolific Oscar winning writer and horror movie director relating to black community themes would attempt to make a horror movie about more than dumb people getting murdered? Wild.
Origame - 7/17/2022, 9:48 AM
@pmackattack - I mean, he was just a producer. He admitted he wasn't the right fit to direct.

Really looking forward to nope.
pmackattack - 7/17/2022, 11:20 AM
@Origame - That probably came across more frustrated than it was. He has a writing credit that’s why I said that. I’m more annoyed at the dude above that just blew off the director because he didn’t like the movie that had something to say that was relevant to the characters and to the black community in general.

Sorry if I sounded frustrated lol. You’re a very pleasant member actually.
Origame - 7/17/2022, 11:28 AM
@pmackattack - well I mean the guy above me didn't say anything about the black community. I did. And I didn't say that it dealing with issues in the black community was the problem. It's how the movie spends most of the film with candy man being the genuine threat he's supposed to be only to end it with the police being the real problem and candyman being this weird hero to black people. It's inconsistent is the problem, not that they have the politics to begin with.

And thanks. Too many people assume hostility from me just because I express views that are different from others.
Ha1frican - 7/17/2022, 1:36 PM
@RichardGrayson - The ending was wack but the rest of the movie was actually pretty decent
pmackattack - 7/17/2022, 3:08 PM
@Origame - That is a well rounded take I can get behind. I agree it felt kinda shoe horned. I don’t think they meant for it to be though considering Jordan peele seems to be very intentional. Much like us I’m sure it’s one of those sounds better than it executes things.
VictorAlonzo - 7/17/2022, 4:20 PM
@SonOfAGif -

I'll admit: it's a genius move to do this body swap. 13 going on 30 is a great story by itself, so injecting that plot into two characters that a large portion of us couldn't care less about works in two ways:

1) Carol gets the "innocence of a child", personality boost.

2) Khamala gets "the most powerful agenda on the planet" confidence boost.

👏 👏 👏 Bravo MARVEL. If this continues, I may actually feel bad when Rougue saps Carol. Until then, I'm patiently waiting...
RichardGrayson - 7/17/2022, 12:15 AM
Ms Marvel was a really good show though, way better than expected
globaltravels - 7/17/2022, 1:31 AM
I seriously enjoyed Ms Marvel a lot. I didn’t think I would, but it was solid. Funny and had heart. Plus the girl playing Kamala is quite a good actress esp considering this is her first ever role
Amaru - 7/17/2022, 2:18 AM
I JUST finished the series.

Really loved it, good fun. Excited for The Marvels.
Chewtoy - 7/17/2022, 2:20 AM
I’m quite jazzed by the set-up the scene suggested and really looking forward to seeing it play out in the film.

As for this article though… who’s being quoted?
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