“We’ve seen wildly different versions of this character, where does he go next?”

Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania.The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding like never before. When we explore many worlds Spider-Man: No Way Homeand further expanded its dangers Doctor Strange is a universe full of madnessthings kick into full gear Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniait introduces the MCU’s next big bad: Kang the Conqueror and his many variants, all played out Lovecraft country A star Jonathan Majors.

Speaking to Collider himself Stephen Weintraubmanufacturer Stephen Broussard We got a chance to talk about the end credits of the movie, which teases the Avengers and other heroes, including an infinite number of Kangs. Loki, who meets Victor Timely, Kang’s version of Victorian London, in one of the post-credits scenes. According to Broussard, they came together “late” in the making of the film, and they developed as organically as the film:

“When we watch the movies, we find the movie as the rest of the universe takes shape. (Here’s) organic conversations about what’s next for mocking… There’s never been a question about other things, “Should I or shouldn’t I?” As Victor Timely reveals, it’s great not to give too much away in a season. So, “Do we put this card now or not?” there were conversations like In the end, everyone, including Loki’s team, was very excited about it. We decided it was worth it. And it’s another taste, it’s very different from what you’ve seen on film before, and it’s a testament to Jonathan’s excitement as a performer.”

Intruder Kang looking into the distance in Quantummania

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He said that the three Kangs chosen for the film were strategic because they had “significant arcs” in the comics, meaning they would be familiar to fans, but the idea of ​​having an infinite number of Kangs ” speaks about the opportunity. The future of the MCU. “Everything seems to be on the table,” he says. “We’ve seen very different versions of this character, where does he go next? It could be in so many places, and the unknown is exciting. It’s a long shot for me to say what kind of movie it is. Destin (Daniel Cretton) to do and for my colleagues (that) are in good hands with these things. But the notion of so many possibilities being on the table is exciting.”

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is currently playing in theaters.