The description for The Marvels, which was reportedly leaked, explains the Ms. Marvel post-credit sequence. Iman Vellani’s Disney+ sitcom kept its greatest cameo for the penultimate episode after being entirely divorced from the larger MCU. Unexpectedly, Carol Danvers, nicknamed Captain Marvel, appeared in Kamala Khan’s New Jersey bedroom in the Ms. Marvel finale post-credits sequence. Although it has already been proven that Ms. Marvel does not just shape-shift, it is still unknown how precisely Carol came to be in the body of her contemporaries. Instead, it was discovered that Carol and Kamala had traded places.
Despite this, there are still uncertainties regarding the precise mechanics of the switch. Now, the alleged story summary for The Marvels could explain this. The plot summary for the next movie, which will be directed by Nia DaCosta, describes what happens to Carol Danvers after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Her powers get entwined with Ms. Marvel’s as she embarks on her new mission, causing them to trade places. The abilities of Monica Rambeau/Photon are the same. See the complete summary below:
Expectations for The Marvels
There are currently few specific story details available for The Marvels. Before Captain Marvel 2 opens in theatres in July 2023, Marvel Studios has several projects planned, allowing Disney to postpone marketing the highly anticipated blockbuster. However, DaCosta’s The Marvels, which debuted its first look at D23 Expo, was one of the projects highlighted there. Danvers’ connections to Monica and Kamala were revealed in the story. Given their shared past, as shown in the 2019 version of Captain Marvel, Photon views Captain Marvel differently from Ms. Marvel.
By effectively making Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau co-headliners for the future movie, The Marvels successfully shifts the attention away from Larson’s Carol by having Captain Marvel 2 follow other MCU sequels. Given this, anticipate that each of their storylines will be centered on their personal development and include nods to the last time fans saw them in the franchise. However, based on what is known about The Marvels, it does appear that Larson’s Captain Marvel will be at the heart of the story since she will serve as the connection among her new comrades.
The three is anticipated to get together once more in the Multiverse Saga after The Marvels. That’s supposing they will split up following their maiden appearance in DaCosta’s next Marvel Studios film. In any case, the group will probably join the larger MCU when the Avengers face off against Kang the Conqueror in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. They may even work together once more in the potential Ms. Marvel season 2. Everything hinges on what happens in The Marvels.