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At this level, Avengers: Kang Dynasty is nearly two years away. So, with Loki season two nonetheless having no official launch date — aside from the mid-2023 debut window — the one factor that may be confirming that Marvel Studios shouldn’t be planning to half methods with Jonathan Majors within the wake of the sexual assault allegations in opposition to him is that if Kang cameos within the upcoming MCU movies. However James Gunn has doused chilly, future-chilling, water on the likelihood.
It is not uncommon sense that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 gained’t be organising Kang the Conqueror’s escapades as it’s anticipated to wrap up the tales of the intergalactic superheroes — a minimum of those that gained’t be returning – and be Gunn’s MCU swan music. Actually, the Guardians might be too busy battling supervillains of their very own to offer consideration to the time-traveling baddie.
However nothing is stopping a post-credits scene from dropping a glimpse of the mighty villain and his many scheming variants who’re able to wage struggle on the Avengers. Bear in mind Age of Ultron’s post-credit scene the place Thanos was seen nabbing the Infinity Gauntlet? He had no connection in any way to Ultron and his actions within the movie, but the post-credits scene nonetheless indulged in teasing the Titan’s brewing plans to annihilate half the universe. However apparently, this specific plan of action shouldn’t be in Gunn’s e-book as he not too long ago answered a fan’s queries on Instagram about Kang’s presence in GotG 3.
“Vol 3 is about ending the story of those Guardians, not about organising the rest. I don’t even know what’s occurring with the opposite Marvel films.”
Effectively, there you go. The studio is armed with the creatively versatile boundaries of a fictional universe and is thought for recasting main actors with out considering twice. Whereas Kang’s absence in GotG 3 isn’t precisely a significant letdown, teasing what the varied variants of Kang have been as much as since their lackluster debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania would have been the vote of confidence Majors’ presently uncertain presence within the MCU sorely wants.