After the Loki finale, Kang the Conqueror and the multiverse of madness are about to take off in the MCU. Jonathan Majors’ villain will be the main nemesis in 2023’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. However, we wouldn’t be surprised if he and his variants are popping up all over the upcoming movies and TV shows.
With the introduction of time travel and the multiverse, the possibilities of what could happen in the MCU are endless.
We Got This Covered’s Marvel sources have even claimed that Kang could be on one mission.
And this comes from the same insiders who correctly reported that a Captain America 4 movie was months ahead of the industry in the making.
The sources say Kang could go back in time to Avengers Infinity War to make sure Avengers Endgame doesn’t happen and Thanos win.
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After all, as Doctor Strange told Tony Stark in Infinity War, there was only one reality of the 14,000,000,605 in which the Avengers defeated Thanos.
The Sorcerer Supreme started this timeline known as “the Endgame” by making sure that the Mad Titan didn’t kill Iron Man so that he could have a sacrificial spirit five years later.
But with Kang as a powerful time-travelling villain, if the Avengers become a problem for him in the next batch of movies, he might just wipe them out years before.
In fact, the same outlet reported that their sources who correctly predicted that Luke Skywalker would be in The Mandalorian season 2 finale are claiming that Kang could also take on Thanos.
Kang the Conqueror is the main villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
The outlet reported: “One idea under discussion is that Kang is coming along a timeline where Thanos did not meet his passing at the hands of the Avengers, and may have even succeeded in his plan for the Snap without any interference at all.
“To position himself as the MCU’s first warlord with a taste for purple, the new big-name villain will just show up, challenge him to a fight, and win, and they’ve had plenty of comic book scraps over the decades that could be used. used for inspiration.”
Which movie this could happen in is pure speculation, but there are a few obvious candidates. One of these is the already mentioned Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
Considering that the Ant-Man movies introduced the Quantum Realm, which was the means of visiting the past in Avengers Endgame, suggests that this Quantumania movie will be big on time travel.
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Especially since Kang has been heralded as Ant-Man 3’s main villain and even suggests this could be a much bigger movie than the previous movies in the trilogy.
If not, there’s always the 2022 movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which will no doubt feature a series of variants.
Whatever the cause, the MCU seems to be getting pretty weird and wacky as the franchise delves deeper into alternate realities.
Ant-Man and the Wasp will be released in theaters on February 17, 2023.
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