Since the 2019 movie, fans have been anticipating The Marvels movie. It is among the worldwide blockbuster movies of Hollywood. All the characters in the movie have been much adored by the fans.

Fans are expecting the ‘Captain Marvel’ sequel, ‘And the Marvels’ to return with all the characters on screen but it looks like one specific member of the Captain Marvel cast won’t be appears in the sequel film.

McKenna Grace, who portrays a young Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel, has stated that she won’t be portraying the same role in The Marvels.

Grace responded to’s inquiry about whether she would return to the film by saying, “I would, oh my god. Wouldn’t that be awesome? I all the time wanted to work on a Marvel picture. I participated in Captain Marvel, but I have not returned since then. And if I do, I will be honored.

Oh, that would be cool.” The lack of McKenna Grace from the cast of The Marvels means that this time the viewers won’t witness any flashbacks to the young Carol.

Because Captain Marvel has flashbacks to a young Carol at numerous ages, it seemed like the inclusion of a younger Carol was unique to that one trip and would not be a factor in a subsequent adventure.

Why will not McKenna Grace return to The Marvels?

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Fans can still catch McKenna Grace in her newest Peacock series, ‘A Friend of the Family.’ On October 6, 2022, the show made its debut on the streaming service. Additionally, she has been confirmed to reprise her role as Phoebe in the upcoming sequel Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

American actress and singer Mckenna Grace started her career at the very young age of six. Her initial roles included Faith Newman on the soap opera The Young and the Restless (2013–2015) and Jasmine Bernstein on the Disney XD sitcom Crash & Bernstein (2012–2014).

She was ranked amongst the top 30 stars under 18 by The Hollywood Reporter in both 2018 and 2019. She is well known for playing Phoebe Spengler in the 2021 film Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Mary Adler in the 2017 film Gifted. When Ghostbusters: Afterlife was released in 2021, she also released her debut song, “Haunted House.” She started her music career after the release of this album.