First Muslim Superhero Ms Marvel' Actor Iman Vellani Washington: Actor Iman Vellani, who was cast as the first

Muslim superhero, is eager to "bring a new diaspora of fans to the MCU." According to Deadline, Vellani, a 19-year-old Pakistani-Canadian,

will portray Kamala Khan/Me Marvel in the Disney Plus series 'Ms Marvel', the seventh television series at the MCU, which will premiere on June 8. 

Vellani said in a news release that he looks forward to seeing the reaction of the fans, much of the narrative about what

it means to be a Marvel fan: "I'm excited to see their reaction. My whole family in South Africa was very excited."

As for the development of his character, he revealed that he was 17 years old when he was cast as 16-year-old Kamala: "We had so many conversations,

the directors and me, who recorded so many of my real and real lives. I felt like I had lived my life completely in Kamala's life."

His British co-star Rish Shah, who plays Kamran's role, explained that this was not unusual. "I went to a row where I felt like I belonged, '

where you could obviously mix up and have people who looked around us on all fronts, whether it was the crew, the writer's room," he said.'

'Ms Marvel' consists of six episodes, which end on July 13. It is part of Phase Four of the MCU. It will serve as an essay for the film 'The Marvels'

, which is planned for release next year, in which Vellani will re-enact his role as Khan along with additional members of the series, as is the deadline.