‘I Know How It Ends’: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Trailer Description Teases Kang Will Kill Many Avengers Like Thanos Snap in Infinity War

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is set to introduce Kang, the Conqueror in the vast scapes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first movie in Phase 5 of MCU dropped a teaser at the San Diego Comic-Con and it revealed how Kang’s gonna establish himself in this superhero realm before appearing in the big-budget Avengers: Kang Dynasty. Even though the teaser was dropped for a private audience, it raised quite a hype around the internet as the fans were excited to watch the Jonathan Majors character making his comeback in MCU after an amazing performance in Loki.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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Kang the Conqueror is far more dangerous than Thanos:

Kang is the antagonist in Quantumania
Kang is the antagonist in Quantumania

In the teaser of the next Ant-Man movie, at the end of the teaser, there is a monologue by Kang which set the internet ablaze. The Fandom went crazy as they can already speculate that Kang’s going to be one of the best villains of MCU. The Monologue states:


“When you can see time the way I do, you can see everything. Everything you’re holding onto, everything you call life – I know how it ends.”

Following this, when Kang meets Scott Lang aka Ant-Man played by Paul Rudd, Ant-Man says that he is an Avenger to which Kang replies:

“You’re an Avenger? Have I killed you before?”

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This particular scene explained a lot more about the character and his menacing attitude. He already has the blood of so many Avengers on his hands that he even forgot exactly how many or which ones did he kill. This alone proves that he killed more Avengers than Thanos did in Avengers: Infinity War with the infamous snap.


It is also a notable fact that with Thanos gone, MCU needed a villain with some upgrade as they can’t repeat the same formula again and again. So establishing Kang as such a Colossal threat will work in the favor of the movie if executed well.

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What to expect from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania?

Kang is far more dangerous than Thanos
Kang the Conqueror

Even though not many details are known about the movie yet besides some widespread rumors, it can be expected that this movie can end on a very serious note. Unlike a regular Marvel Movie, it is going to establish a major threat of MCU who is going to get his own grand scale treatment in MCU in Kang Dynasty so there’s an obvious doubt regarding what will happen to Ant-Man and company in the movie.


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Besides, the movie is also set to introduce one of the most iconic villains Modok in MCU. So it can be expected that this movie if made well can do wonders and provide an amazing direction to Phase 5. And with Kang being introduced in the pilot of Phase 5 only, it is also successful to create hype for Avengers 5.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is going to release on February 17, 2023


Source: San Diego Comic-Con

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