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How Kang Sets Up Avengers 5 in Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Author Jeff Loveness talks about how Kang’s promotion in the movie was set up. Avengers: Kang DynastyHe also writes. It was run by Peyton Reed, who previously directed both. ant man movies, the upcoming third movie will send Paul Rudd’s heroine into the Quantum Realm alongside Cassie (Kathryn Newton), Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas). Although escaping the Quantum Realm may seem like a challenge in itself, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania it also introduces Kang from Jonathan Majors, the next big villain of the MCU. While many mysteries remain about Kang’s role going forward, he has been confirmed to play a crucial role in it. Avengers: Kang Dynasty in 2025

In a recent interview with SFX Magazine (over GamesRadarLoveness exaggerates Kang as a major threat. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and teases how the character is set up Avengers: Kang Dynasty. Author writes of MCU’s next big bad “Top-notch, top-notch Avengers villain“suggests that Majors’ new character may have a power level equal to or even higher than Josh Brolin’s Thanos. Loveness explains that there is a big difference between the two characters, but highlights that Kang is still human after all. Loveness See the full comment below:

“To me, it’s all about humanity. Honestly, Thanos is a great, iconic villain, but he’s also a big, purple CGI guy. He’s an alien from outer space. What I really wanted to lean towards was that Kang is a human. Kang is a very lonely character too. .We’re going to see him in many different ways in the future but I really wanted to introduce the humanity and even vulnerability of this character before we get to this kind of apocalypse, the Avengers – scale heights.

“Kang is a top-notch, top-notch Avengers villain. What do you do when you feel like you’re not good enough for it? How do you step up to face the challenge of this generation who is exponential Thanos? He’s an almost endless Thanos. I think we’re setting everything up for a pretty dynamic story. “

Is Kang Stronger Than Thanos?

At this point, Brolin’s Thanos is the most powerful villain to stand out in the MCU. After a series of taunts during Stages 1 and 2, Thanos finally becomes a full-fledged character. Avengers: Infinity War, to do the seemingly impossible and actually defeat the Avengers. Many mysteries remain about Kang. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, but the character is shaping up to be potentially even stronger than the great villain that preceded him. While Thanos was an alien with Hulk-level strength and superior military intelligence before obtaining the Infinity Gauntlet and all the Infinity Stones, obtaining these extremely powerful items only added to his strength and gave him the ability to manipulate time and space. . .

On the other hand, Kang is a human without real superpowers. However, the villain has access to highly advanced time travel technology and weapons from every era of existence, including the farthest reaches of the future. Most of Kang’s power comes from his ship, Damocles Base, which can travel through time and has a large arsenal of weapons and armor. In addition to his impressive technology and massive army, Kang is an outstanding military strategist and warrior like Thanos. Despite Thanos making effective use of his time and reality manipulation abilities with the Infinity Gauntlet Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: EndgameKang’s absolute time mastery can make him an even greater threat, especially as different variants of the villain begin to emerge.

Given Kang’s immense power level, it’s unlikely that the villain will fully recover. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. After all, it’s hard to believe that if Kang were at full strength, without a team of Avengers to back him up, Rudd’s hero would really have a lot of luck. It is not yet clear how Kang will be portrayed. Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaThe character is clearly shaping up to be a very different and potentially deadlier threat than during Thanos’ time in the MCU.

Source: SFX Magazine (via GamesRadar)

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