Marvel Theory Suggests Kang Will Appear In Eternals Before Ant-Man 3

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As Marvel’s Phase 4 expands, the question that everyone is – who’s the big bad this time? Thanos (Josh Brolin) gave the MCU a decade of suffering and a number of blockbuster movies. Hence, whosoever is to lead after him must be better than him. The recent Disney+ series Loki ended with the multiverse completely in turmoil. Sylvie killed He Who Remains and threw Loki in an alternate timeline where the TVA is controlled by a variant of He Who Remains – Kang. It’s confirmed that Kang, played by Jonathan Majors will appear in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. But before that, it looks like a variant of Kang might appear in Eternals as well. Check it out!


New Theory Suggests Kangs Arrival In Eternals

Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains in Loki

The world is excited to see Kang in the MCU. However, a new theory via Reddit hints a the fact that Jonathan Major’s Kang the Conqueror might appear in Eternals before Ant-Man 3. Eternal‘s trailer has proved that this alien race has been on Earth assisting the progress of human civilization. They have helped mankind for more than thousand of years. However, there have been hints that the movie will focus more on Ancient Egypt ad Kang’s variant Rama-Tut.

Rama-Tut (Kang the Conqueror’s Variant)

The trailers themselves come in with some Easter eggs. The biggest is the Egyptian ankh which appears in a scene showing Makkari (Lauren Ridloff). Now, in the comics, Makkari teaches the Egyptians how to write. So if we were to join the dots, then Ancient Egypt and Rama-Tut are pretty much on the way. And if that happens, then Kang’s proper arrival in the MCU is getting fast-tracked. This might prove that Kang and his other variants will be fully explored in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


The reason why this actually makes sense is because Kang has already been introduced in the MCU. Considerign Ant-Man 3 will arrive in 2023 and Kang is supposedly the next big bad,  Marvel wouldn’t take that long to establish him. So yes, there’s a high possibility that we might just see Kang in Eternals as well. What do you think of this theory?


Written by Deepak Vasisht

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