“He’s been around through the ages and developed every type of combat skill”: Jonathan Majors Teases Terrifying Warrior Version of Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man 3

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Loki barely scratched the surface when it came to the sheer terrifying potential of Kang the Conqueror, the administrator of the flow of events of the multiverse and also its caretaker of sorts. Now, we have confirmation that Kang will appear in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania and fans are excited to finally see the omnipotent and omnipresent multiversal superbeing on the big screen. But, there is a twist.

Ant-Man 3 features Kang as its antagonist
Ant-Man 3 features Kang as its antagonist

And this twist is teased by none other than the star who plays Kang in the Loki series.

Jonathan Majors, the star who plays Kang the Conqueror recently may have teased about how his different version in the multiverse might be the antagonist of the upcoming Ant-Man 3, and how this version of him may be bad news for the heroes in the MCU.


Ant-Man 3 Might Have “Warrior Kang”

Kang actor Jonathan Majors spoke with Men’s Health to talk about his upcoming role as Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Jamie Sawyer, the strength-and-conditioning coach of Majors, confirmed that this Variant of Kang is the “warrior version” of the villain, saying that the character “developed every type of combat skill:”

Loki barely gave a glimpse into Kang’s terrifying versions

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“I look at Kang and I go, Okay, cool. It’s a certain IP where people expect this at a bare minimum. No one should put themselves or their families in a place where they’re hurting, but your own discomfort is not necessarily a bad thing. That’s growth. It’s not comfortable, but you’re here to save the world, aren’t you? Or take over the world.”  Said Jonathan Majors as he talked about what his version of Kang the audience can expect in Ant-Man 3.

Since Kevin Feige has already informed the fans that they will experience a lot of different versions of Kang in the upcoming phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he would be “Shouldering” the MCU in most of them. The emergence of a ‘Warrior’ Variant of Kang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania spells bad news for Scott Lang and team Ant-Man, considering that they are embarking on entirely new territory.


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What Should We Expect From Ant-Man 3

Kang might decimate the Avengers in the upcoming movie

As was established in Loki, Kang informed them that he was the caretaker of this universe and that his versions in the vast sea of different realities known as the multiverse were not so “good”, indirectly implying the fact that the other versions of him were dangerous and might potentially destroy the universe to safeguard their own. If this holds true, then we might be in for a horrible outcome in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania where we might see a morbid scenario similar to Infinity War.

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We don’t know what’s in store for us just yet, but teasers like this from the cast sure rile up the audience’s imaginations and pump their excitement.

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, will hit theaters on 17 February 2023.

Source: The Direct








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