Among the nearly half-dozen projects at varying stages of production for Marvel Studios right now, the new Disney+ series Ms. Marvel has been making major headlines all over the internet just a couple of weeks into shooting. New set photos have revealed shots of newcomer Iman Vellani embodying Kamala Khan, Matt Lintz alongside her in one of those scenes, and even location shots confirming the use of Circle Q and Jersey City.
The series is building up plenty of hype and excitement, mostly thanks to how much fans are looking forward to seeing the young Vellani kick off her career with Marvel Studios, although there hasn't been a ton of news revealing most of the supporting cast around her. Multiple casting calls have made their way into the news stream, and the Direct exclusively reported the castings for Jasjit Williams and Saagar Shaikh in early September.
A new listing has just come though potentially revealing another important star to join this series.
A new listing from IMDB reveals that Randy Havens seems to have been cast in an undisclosed role in Marvel Studios' Ms. Marvel on Disney+. Stuntman Reece Fleetwood is listed for one episode as Havens' stuntman, although there is no role listed for Havens yet.
WHAT THIS MEANS
It will be interesting to find out exactly when Randy Havens is confirmed to appear in the series, along with who he is playing, but it appears that Marvel Studios is continuing their run of adding excellent talent for their new slate of projects. Havens' most recent film appearance came in 2019's Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and he also has experience in major television projects as well with a recurring run on Netflix's Stranger Things as he brings his talents to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It's still unclear how key of a role he will play when taking into consideration that his stunt double is only listed for one episode of Ms. Marvel right now. Hopefully more will be revealed about his inclusion in the show in the near future, and with how many pictures and releases have come surrounding this new Disney+ project in the last couple of weeks, fans should be on high alert to learn more soon.
Ms. Marvel is currently shooting in Atlanta in preparation for its release on Disney+ in 2022.