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“He’ll bring the heat”: Avengers 5 Writer Teases Multiple, Major Avengers Deaths in The Kang Dynasty to Satisfy “Bloodthirsty Fans”

"He'll bring the heat": Avengers 5 Writer Teases Multiple, Major Avengers Deaths in The Kang Dynasty to Satisfy "Bloodthirsty Fans"

When it was announced that Kang will make his MCU live-action film debut in Quantumania there was a lot of chatter about filling the shoes left by Thanos. Surprisingly Jonathan Majors stood up to the challenge, his character lived up to the expectations as a menacing supervillain.

Several Quantumania reviewers and fans have praised Jonathan Majors for his depiction of Kang, who portrays the time-warping threat, and have referred to him as the movie’s most redeeming element. With all of the intense action in the Quantum Realm, Kang pushes Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang/Ant-Man to the very limit in Quantumania.

Jeff Loveness confirms some crucial deaths in The Kang Dynasty

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Kang the conqueror

After Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania fans were disappointed that everyone in the film survived. The fact that no one died as they faced the greatest villain in the MCU was anti-climactic for the movie and the franchise as Quantumania is supposed to build on Kang’s character. Fans took to Twitter complaining about how Marvel never kills any character. The good news is here, the writer of The Kang Dynasty confirms that there will be some major deaths in the next film.

According to Jeff Loveness, the author of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Kang the Conqueror will have a tighter hold over the heroes in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, which is tipped to be one of the MCU’s saddest movies ever. The writer was speaking in an interview with, he said,

“I think for these bloodthirsty fans, there’s a little movie called Avengers: Kang Dynasty, I think he’ll bring the heat,”

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Kang and Ant-Man

The Kang Dynasty writer Loveness suggested that the future Avengers film would have a gigantic death toll, further emphasizing Kang’s deadly skills. Loveness noted that MCU fans who are eager for more casualties would be happy with how The Kang Dynasty plays out. He also elaborated on how tough it is to write Marvel movies,

“I mean, certainly in these Marvel rooms and all that, you certainly game out all these stories and you pitch them out, you write them out, and you’re trying to land the best puzzle piece because there’s so many characters in the ensemble,”

Loveness offered.

“Certainly, you see what people are saying online. But on paper, and then just in your heart, as much as you can see that point about stranding Scott and Hope down there or whatever, at the end of the day, it is just repeating the same beat from the second movie.” 

Writing for Marvel is no joke, you have to be well-versed with previous projects, multiple timelines, character arcs, and quirks. It does not end there, the writer is often caught between Fans firing shots at the movie and the franchise.

Also Read: Tom Holland Reportedly the Lead in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty as Director Destin Cretton is a Fan of Spider-Man

There might be another Ant-man film in MCU soon

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania
Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania

 Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is performing well at the box office but the film failed to impress critics. The Tomatometer is an accurate representation of how the film received opposite reactions from audiences and critics. The mixed reactions and initial trailer had fans speculating if this will the last movie for Ant-Man and his family.

Also Read: “I get to write for the most exciting young actor”: Ant-Man 3 Writer Jeff Loveness Addresses Writing Avengers: The Kang Dynasty Amidst Fans Backlash, Claims MCU’s Next Biggest Event Will Solely Focus on Jonathan Majors

Paul Rudd as Ant-Man
Paul Rudd as Ant-Man

The short answer is no, talks for Ant-Man four have already begun producer Stephen Broussard said in a recent interview that discussions for a fourth Ant-Man were already underway. he elaborated,

 “We’re already thinking about it. It’s like, every movie’s battle and you bear the scars of making it and wanting to make it great. But hope springs eternal and you start to put yourself back together after the journey of making the movie. You’re like, ‘Yeah, what if we did X, and what if we did Y?'”

Peyton Reed, the film’s director, called Quantumania an Avengers-level movie because he didn’t want it to be viewed as a “palate cleanser” like other Ant-Man movies. The movie, in the director’s opinion, will have a significant impact on the MCU and should be seen in its entirety moving forward.

Also Read: Marvel Reportedly Signing New Deal With Sony For Tom Holland To Return in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars

 Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is playing in the theatres near you.

Source: ComicBooks

Written by Pragya Sancheti

Currently a college student with big aspirations and a ton of assignment. Pursuing Bachelors in Mass Communication and Videography from St. Xavier's. Movies and Pop-culture get me through life.