WARNING: Loki Season 1 Finale Spoilers
Jeff Loveness, the writer behind the next Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, has a hilarious response to Lokiend of season. After directing the first two Ant Man films, Peyton Reed returns to direct the third film in the franchise with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly reprises her roles as Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne. Corey Stoll will reportedly return for the third film, but Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conquerer will be the main villain in the sequel.
Kang the Conquerer has had a massive presence in Marvel comics since its introduction in the 1960s, but is only now being introduced to the MCU. He Who Remains of Majors, a variant of Kang the Conqueror, recently appeared in the season finale of Loki. While Kang is a ruthless villain in the comics, He Who Remains was pulling the strings at TVA to prevent another Multiversal War. By assassinating The One Remaining, Sylvie allowed the Sacred Timeline to branch out, effectively shaping various future MCU stories. Although Majors previously denied that he was involved in Loki, Kang was long expected to appear in the season finale.
Speculation and theories about Phase 4 of the MCU have skyrocketed since the finale aired, and Love had a more humor assume Lokiend of. Loveness shared a variant comic cover of Kael Ngu from Venom # 35 that shows the symbiote playing basketball with Spidey, jokingly. “Loki … what have you done? “ Check out his original post below:
Weather WandaVision Y The Falcon and the Winter Soldier both linked to future MCU projects, Loki played a pivotal role in setting up Phase 4. The multiverse concept will clearly be a big part of Phase 4, with Doctor Strange appearing in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Wanda playing a key role in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity. The last episode of Loki It didn’t show many of the effects of Sylvie killing The One Left, except that Loki ended up on a different timeline where Mobius doesn’t recognize him. However, although Majors is not confirmed for any future movies besides Ant-Man 3, Kang is expected to present a Thanos-level threat in Phase 4.
Loveness’s tweet certainly doesn’t make fun of anything about Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaBut seeing a Venom and Spider-Man crossover in the MCU is a real possibility, especially now that the multiverse is up for grabs. It has long been speculated that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Tom Hardy’s Venom could eventually face off. Now that Spider-Man: No Way Home It’s expected to involve the multiverse and Michael Keaton’s Vulture is showing up on Sony Morbius, it appears that the pieces are being put in place for a possible crossover. The MCU is likely to show off some funny timelines as a result of Sylvie’s actions, but Venom diving into Spider-Man is probably not one of them.
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The reveal of Loki’s secret villain was filmed during the last week of filming
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