When we first meet Kamala Khan in the opening moments of “Miss Marvel”. So it is immediately clear that she is a super fan of Avengers. Specifically, she’s working toward becoming an expert on Captain Marvel, her favorite member of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But how does this young high schooler from Jersey City learn about the intricate details of Carol Danvers’ heroism and the team’s efforts to defeat Thanos in “Avengers: Endgame”?
Big Me Little Me: A Scott Lang Interview”
Reveals of the latest Marvel Studios series to debut on Disney+ That Kamala extracted this information by diligently perusing Scott Lang’s podcast interviews, including an episode of “This Powered Life” titled “Big Me Little Me: A Scott Lang Interview.” The idea that Paul Rudd’s shape-shifting superhero is pulling back the curtain on his adventures
Maybe to get some fame and notoriety) is hilarious and pretty on-brand for the character. But given that he is no stranger to the “go big or go home” philosophy. It is possible that he has exaggerated some details in all these conversations. For example, the creative team behind the Broadway sensation “Rogers: The Musical” may have heard one of his stories and mistakenly included Ant-Man in their retelling of the Battle of New York.
podcasts will become a reality
Whereas true believers like Khan and “Rogers” Crew will listen to this podcast in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Lang’s podcast interviews are unfortunately unavailable on our part of the multiverse. However, if “Ms. Marvel” executive producer and lead writer Bisha K. Ali has his way. Then this podcast will become a reality.
Speaking to The Wrap, Ali made a strong case for bringing Scott Lang’s podcast interviews to life. Not only that, but he shared that he is “desperate to make it”. Because fans are desperate to hear this:
As Ali implies. It’s a no-brainer for House of Ideas to bring this idea to life. If Rudd is down, why not? But also, another Scott Lang movie is coming soon. Imagine what synergy Marvel can create with this podcast to bridge the gap between “Ms. Marvel” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum.” They can take it a step further by bundling interviews with already established viral marketing such as “WHIH Newsfront with Christine Everhart,” with Leslie Bibb reprising her role from the “Iron Man” movies, or “The Daily” with JK Simmons. bugle” as J. Jonah Jameson.
The Unbeatable Radio Show
It also won’t be new territory for Marvel. Because the comics arm of the company has been dabbling with scripted podcasts since 2018. They are largely focused on Wolverine in one way or another. In which is “Wolverine: The Long Night” starring Richard Armitage. and the “Wasteland” series, but they recently changed things up with “Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show,” in which the lovable Doreen Greene hosts her own call-in show on her college radio station.
back to the drawing board
Additionally, Ali revealed. That Scott Lang’s podcast appearance was not originally the source of Kamala’s research. The “Ms. Marvel” team initially threw out several ideas about how their young protagonist got their information, but they did not go along with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
The Scott Lang podcast makes sense and is a really funny moment that we’re all clearly thinking about well after even watching the episode. All that is left now is to make the interview a reality. So, to reiterate Ali’s sentiments: Paul Rudd, let’s do it!