It’s been quite on the Marvel news front for a while now with Coronavirus scuppering a lot of their plans for this year.
That being said, some massive news broke today which hints at the future of the MCU post-Endgame. Per Deadline, Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors has joined the cast of Ant-Man 3 in a role that’s likely supervillain Kang The Conquer.
Their report also noted “there could be a twist with how the character is featured” in future MCU films, but he “is likely to be one of the main villains” in the next installment in the franchise.
Kang is no throwaway villain either, he’s been one of the greatest foes to both the Avengers and The Fantastic Four. With Ant-Man introducing the Quantum Realm to the MCU, the involment of Kang and his time travel technology and intelligence would be a good starting place to introduce the character.
Majors is awesome, as anyone who has been watching Lovecraft Country knows, this guy can not only act, but has a charm the would make you have a soft spot for the villain.
Source | Deadline
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