New Ms. Marvel Clip Introduces Kamala Khan’s Overbearing Parents

New Ms. Marvel Clip Introduces Kamala Khan’s Overbearing Parents

Not even the Marvel Cinematic Universe is immune from the terrors of bad cosplay. But when the offenders are your own parents, you can kiss your reputation goodbye. With less than a week to go until Ms. Marvel premieres on Disney+, Marvel Studios has released a new clip from the show highlighting Kamala’s relationship with her mom and dad.

In addition to Iman Vellani’s Kamala, the clip also features Zenobia Shroff and Mohan Kapur as her parents, Muneeba and Yusuf. Unfortunately, neither of them seem to know the meaning of boundaries, because when Kamala wants to attend an Avengers-themed costume party (which, judging by the trailers, might be where she gains her cosmic superpowers), they only let her go on the condition that her father goes with her. As if that weren’t embarrassing enough, Kamala’s mother also made them matching Hulk costumes, which Yusuf is a bit too eager to wear.

You can watch the new clip from the series in the player below.

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Based on early reactions to the series, Ms. Marvel will spend a lot of time focusing on Kamala’s home life, especially when it comes to her parents’ high expectations of her. But these aren’t the only members of her family that viewers will meet when the series debuts next Wednesday. The show will also introduce Saagar Shaikh as Kamala’s older brother, Amir, and Travina Springer as his wife, Tyesha, both of whom might be more understanding of Kamala’s desire to live a normal life…even after she becomes a superhero.

Ms. Marvel will hit Disney+ on June 8.

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