Avengers: Endgame was going to have an incredible tribute in one of the Marvel series, but Kevin Feige refused to let that happen like that.
As explained by an executive producer of Marvel Studiosthere was a brutal reference of Avengers: Endgame which was not allowed to be included in the footage of his latest television series. Ms Marvel follow the steps of kamala khana superfan of Captain Marvel who develops his own powers after finding a family bracelet that grants him cosmic abilities. The series reached Disney+ on June 8 and will broadcast the remaining five episodes weekly. It will end on July 13. Iman Vellani plays Kamala Khan and has become one of the most beloved characters in the MCU Phase 4.
The media outlet The Wrap has spoken with the executive producer of Ms Marvel, Bisha K Ali. In that interview, the producer has mentioned certain references that were included in the program. In addition to mentioning that she wants to make the podcast of Scott Lang, also shared a reference that he wanted to make and Kevin Feige did not allow. In the opening monologue of the series, he wanted to include live drone footage in the middle of the battle at the end of Avengers: Endgame. Bisha K. Ali remembered it with a laugh, since the president of Marvel Studios flatly refused the possibility.
It was not possible to convince the “uncle in the cap” to carry it out
“There was a time when, during the first days before we started expanding the creative team, I asked Kevin Feige if we could use drones that broadcast the battle of Avengers: Endgame live,” the executive recalled. “He looked at me and said no, absolutely not. I was like, ‘Wasn’t there a Twitch streamer near the final battle in that movie? It’s a joke?’ I think I lost my mind a bit at that point, trying to solve that riddle. The truth is that it was a great trip and really interactive. That is the way we are left without having a brutal homage to the great movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A movie we still remember.