Ms. Marvel's Finale Edited to Sync With Spider-Man: No Way Home … – CBR – Comic Book Resources

Marvel Studios tweaks the final episode of Disney+ series Ms. Marvel, “No Normal,” so that it reflects a key detail in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Marvel Studios just edited Ms. Marvel's finale to sync with the continuity of another Marvel Cinematic Universe installment, Spider-Man: No Way Home.
As highlighted by fan account Ms. Marvel UK on Twitter, the Statue of Liberty is now a different color in Ms. Marvel's sixth and final episode, "No Normal." While the famous landmark was previously blueish-green (as in real life) during the episode's opening scene and closing credits, it now sports a coppery hue. This minor tweak brings the Ms. Marvel finale in-line with Spider-Man: No Way Home, which previously established that the MCU's Statue of Liberty is copper, not green.
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This isn't the first time Marvel Studios has altered one of its Disney+ shows months after its release. Notably, the production company amended the post-credits scene of WandaVision's final episode, "The Series Finale," in June 2021 to include revised visual effects. The episode's credits were also updated at the same time to credit composer Michael Giacchino's Doctor Strange theme. More recently, a censored version of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 3, "Power Broker," appeared on Disney+ almost a year after it first aired. However, unlike the edited WandaVision and Ms. Marvel episodes, the censored version of "Power Broker" was apparently uploaded to the platform by mistake and was swiftly replaced with the original.
Marvel Studios is known to adjust its movies and TV shows during post-production, too. Such was the case with the Ms. Marvel finale, which was originally set to foreshadow another MCU series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Images of the Damage Control set featured in "No Normal" surfaced online following the episode's release that included several She-Hulk-related Easter eggs not present in the final cut. This included photos of protagonist Jennifer Walters, antagonist Titania, guest star Matt Murdock/Daredevil, and supporting characters Donny Blaze, Mr. Immortal, Saracen, and El Águila pinned to the office walls.
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Ms. Marvel still managed to lay the groundwork for several other upcoming MCU projects, including The Marvels and X-Men. The shared universe is set to expand even further as it enters its fifth phase, although Ms. Marvel herself Iman Vellani recently expressed uncertainty over whether one of her peers, Harry Styles, remained part of Marvel Studio's future plans. "I wonder, I really wonder if they’re gonna go ahead and do something with the [Starfox] character, or if they just teased it [in Eternals] for the sake of it," Vellani said.
All six episodes of Ms. Marvel are now streaming on Disney+.
Source: Twitter
Leon is an Associate News Writer at CBR. He reports on the latest developments in film and TV, covering everything from popcorn cinema to prestige mini-series. His previous freelance writing credits include articles on film, TV, comics, and video games for Polygon, Screen Rant, PanelxPanel, The Things, Cultured Vultures, and Taste of Cinema. Originally from Australia, Leon is currently based in the UK.


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