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Kevin Feige Says Seeing The Marvels Stars Together Is Like Laying Eyes On The Avengers For The First Time

"The Marvels" will bring together a formidable cast of characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Captain Marvel" and the Disney+ series "Ms. Marvel" this summer. And the movie could arguably turn out to be an Avengers-sized cinematic event thanks to its super-powered roster. First, there's the inclusion of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), who is coming off her short but epic clash against the Infinity Stone-obsessed — and part-time garden-loving — Thanos (Josh Brolin) in "Avengers: Endgame." Second, the young but powerful Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) will join the team after concluding her streaming series adventures in the critical juggernaut "Ms. Marvel."

Third, Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch) returns from the original "Captain Marvel" as Carol Danvers' (Larson) bestie. Rambeau also had the dubious honor of being Captain Marvel in the wrong place and time when the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) easily killed her in "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." Fans can only hope the elder Rambeau fares far better this time around should she suit up.

Finally, Maria's daughter Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) will join the fray, hopefully, as yet another Captain Marvel or one of her other comic book aliases: Photon, Pulsar, or Spectrum. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige hasn't given much away about "The Marvels," but he does liken this cinematic superhero team to that of those heroic Avengers who assembled in 2012.

The Marvels feels a lot like The Avengers

"The Marvels" hits theaters on July 28, and the film will unite even more of the MCU's super-powered heroes. Fans have already caught a glimpse of the "Avengers: Endgame" all-female A-Force team in action against Thanos (Josh Brolin), and come this summer, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige promises that "The Marvels" will be a sight to behold.

"There's something immensely powerful about seeing Monica (Teyonah Parris) and Kamala (Iman Vellani) and Carol (Brie Larson) together in a frame," Feige said in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly. "To me, it's only akin to the first 'Avengers' movie and seeing the six of them together in a frame. It's chill-inducing. They're so great together, and they all have different histories with one another."

Feige also revealed to EW the parallels between Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel (Vellani), and the young Spider-Man (Tom Holland) when he teamed up with the Avengers in "Captain America: Civil War." "She [Kamala] can't believe she's with these other heroes," Feige said in the same interview. "And [Ms. Marvel] can't believe that she finds herself in these places. And that's fun because we want to be that. I want to be that."