Through Ms. Marvel’s AvengerCon, Marvel Studios just admitted to the greatest trouble in changing Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) as Captain America.
Spoilers ahead for Ms. Marvel episode 1.
The largest problem in changing Steve Rogers’ (Chris Evans) as Captain America is highlighted via Ms. Marvel. MCU Phase 4 continues with Marvel Studios’ seventh Disney+ series, which debuts one more hero– Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani). Ms. Marvel opens a completely new pocket of the franchise, yet via its AvengerCon, it additionally re-examines the past and how it relates to what exists ahead for the ever-expanding universe.
All at once, Ms. Marvel episode 1 was a total pleasure, which was shown in the movie critics’ reviews of the show thus far. In addition to properly developing Kamala, her family, as well as her good friends, the getaway titled “Generation Why” also highlighted how big of a fan she is of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and also the Avengers. At one factor, she participated in the first-ever AvengerCon which was chock-full of references to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as well as the Guardians of the Galaxy. Set in Camp Lehigh, it included a great deal of Captain America tributes, which discreetly reveals Marvel Studios’ long roadway in advance in changing Rogers’ variation of the personality.
As prominent as MCU’s Captain America is in AvengerCon, all references to the hero are responds to Rogers’ version as well as not Sam Wilson’s (Anthony Mackie). These minutes highlight exactly how the MCU is still grappling with developing Sam Wilson as the new Captain America, as well as highlight the trouble that Wilson will have in-universe conquering this as well as setting his very own tradition in the mantle in Captain America 4 as well as onwards.
The Captain America identification is the very first superhero mantle that has actually been officially as well as straight moved. Despite that and also the occasions of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios has a complicated task in making Sam Wilson’s duty as the brand-new Star-Spangled Avenger. While Sam Wilson ultimately presumed his brand-new Avenger character at the end of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, much of the Disney+ collection saw him still being associated as Falcon – meaning that Captain America 4 will certainly require to drive home that MCU’s Captain America is Sam Wilson as well as no longer Steve Rogers.
As Ms. Marvel proceeds, it’s curious if there’s mosting likely to be any kind of referral to Sam Wilson’s Captain America. Since Kamala is a huge follower of the Avengers as well as is well-versed in them, it’s very likely that she’s aware that the former Falcon is now the brand-new Star-Spangled Avenger. Or else, a fun cameo from Mackie would also work, particularly if he’s servicing re-assembling the Avengers post-Infinity Saga.