Jonathan Majors, who was first seen in Loki as the Conqueror Kang in the MCU, made a surprise appearance. Rising star, aged 31, will portray the villain of time travel in Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Quantumania 2023. We expect Kang, and all his variations to continue popping up in future movies.
Kang, as a threat the sacred timelines and multiverses, is a greater threat than Thanos to the Avengers.
We Got This Covered has learned from sources that Captain America 4 is in development long before the major media outlets. Majors, Majors’ antagonist, will be appearing in at least six Marvel films and television shows.
Which one? Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania are the only ones confirmed.
But, it seems likely that he will appear in Loki Season 2, considering the ending of Loki Season 1, in which his statue was in the TVA. This implies that he is now the ruler.
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You can also find multiverse-exploring films on the way.
Spider-Man: No Way Home heavily rumoured that it will feature Peter Parker versions played by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.
Michael Waldron, who wrote the Loki TV series Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness, is the one that has been written.
This movie, which shows Sylvie killing He Who Remains in multiverse madness unleashed by said multiverse madness is an excellent candidate for a Kang appearance.
Comics depict Nathaniel as a 31-year-old man who is unhappy with the present.
He then recreates Doom’s time machine in order to return to the past to rule the previous generations under Kang the Conqueror.
The despot has taken many different names over the years.
The Pharaoh Rama–Tut is an older version of Immortus, who He Who Remains might be based upon), and Iron Lad, a younger version of Young Avengers.
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Publiated at Sun, 25 July 2021, 09:35:00 +0000