Loveness added, “You don’t want to see a Thanksgiving dinner scene with the Kangs,” but I would like to see it. Let them fight over who will shred the turkey. He also mentioned He RemainsThe first version of Kang that Disney+ viewers met on “Loki” and how “Quantumania” has already set a precedent for showing a Kang with a different perspective and characterization. Referring to Loveness, The One Who Remains, and “Quantumani” Kang, he said:
“Okay, you’ve got the goofy guy who’s been single for so long. You have the Julius Caesar version of him. [Who] did you beat that man? This is actually a big challenge. Who was smart and ruthless enough to defeat Kang the Conqueror? This makes me lean forward because we’ve seen how bad this guy is. We saw how hard it was to beat one of these guys, and now there are a thousand of them. Good luck to Hawkeye! I’m sure the War Machine handled it.”
“Quantumania,” the first movie in the MCU’s Phase Five, aims to set the stage for years to come, but quick release at the box office suggests that moviegoers may be losing some interest in this series (or just listening to some bad word of mouth). Whenever you have a TV series that has been running for 15 years – which is essentially the MCU – the diminishing returns will show up at some point. It’s like the MCU has become what was once the show “The Walking Dead”. designed to never end.
If there’s one thing that could help revive the MCU going forward, it would be Jonathan Majors. Just don’t give us too many favors
“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” is now in theaters.