Jonathan Majors’ Kang To Be the Villain in Moon Knight Season 2, Fight Oscar Isaac’s Marc Spector in a Grand Showdown? Ant-Man 3 Kang Variant Reportedly Plays Key Role in Upcoming Project

Jonathan Majors' Kang To Be the Villain in Moon Knight Season 2, Fight Oscar Isaac's Marc Spector in a Grand Showdown? Ant-Man 3 Kang Variant Reportedly Plays Key Role in Upcoming Project
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With the MCU busy crafting its ambitious Multiverse Saga and its next prominent threat to the Avengers, it appears that Jonathan Majors’ Kang might not just be limited to the big screens. Considering that the actor made his first appearance in the MCU through Loki season 1, the idea of Majors appearing in upcoming MCU shows doesn’t seem unlikely.

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And following the new rumor surrounding Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight season 2, whose first season garnered immense appreciation from fans, it seems that we might get to witness a major variant of Kang in the upcoming series.

Also read: Ant-Man 3 Writer Jeff Loveness ‘Bottled All of His COVID Rage’ To Create Jonathan Majors’ Kang: “Had the world literally stripped away from him”

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Moon Knight season 2 reportedly involves Jonathan Majors’ Kang

Marvel hasn’t officially confirmed any news regarding the second season of MCU’s Moon Knight. Following the success of the first season, it might be a while before Marvel provides an update regarding its second season, and it appears that they might be planning something big for the character.

In a recent podcast of Cosmic Circle, Ayla Ruby revealed that her co-worker, who is an industry insider, claimed that MCU is considering Jonathan Majors’ Kang variant, Rama-Tut, as the villain for Moon Knight 2. Even though the rumor of Rama-Tut, a variant of Kang who goes back to Ancient Egypt to rule over its inhabitants, does appear a little far-fetched. But considering Moon Knight’s Egyptian connection, it seems pretty reasonable.

Also read: Iron Man 3 Star Harley Keener is the First Kang Variant of the MCU Who Will Replace Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man Only to Betray the Avengers in Secret Wars? Theory Explained

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Moon Knight Showrunner expressed that they considered referencing Kang in the first season

It wasn’t the only time when Jonathan Majors’ Kang was brought up in discussion for Moon Knight. As Moon Knight’s showrunner Jeremy Slater revealed, they considered implementing the reference of Rama-Tut in the show but weren’t sure if it made it into the final product. He said,

“There was a line in the script, and I don’t know if it survived. I can’t remember. But there was a line where, I think Steven, is sort of rattling off some Egyptian history that he has locked away in his brain, and he did mention Rama-Tut. I don’t remember if that scene, if that line is still in the show or not. But it was that small, it was him mentioning a list of famous pharaohs or something like that.”

Also read: Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange Replaces Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man as Leader of the Avengers in Secret Wars as Kang Reportedly Hunts Him For Creating Incursions?

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Although the show ended up having a small easter egg for the character, it’s reasonable to assume that MCU is interested in colliding the paths of Moon Knight and Kang in the future. But considering that there hasn’t been any news regarding the second season, the possibility of the above rumor remains under speculation.

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Moon Knight season 1 is available to stream on Disney Plus.

Source: Cosmic Circle Podcast

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Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with The Everly Brothers, Billy Joel, and The Platters. Having expertise in everything related to Batman, Santanu spends most of his time watching and learning films, with Martin Scorsese and Park Chan-wook being his personal favorites. Apart from pursuing a degree in animation, he also possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a writer at Fandomwire with over 1500 articles.