10 Marvel Villains Who Could Replace Kang as the Multiverse Saga’s Big Bad- Armessa Movie News

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The rollercoaster ride that is Marvel‘s Multiverse Saga keeps on turning. For, although it looked like the MCU was sticking by Jonathan Majors given his integral role in Loki season 2, it now appears his days as Kang the Conqueror are numbered.

According to a startling Variety report, Marvel execs and creatives recently hotly debated what to do with Majors and Kang at the studio’s annual Palm Springs retreat. Interestingly, despite fans assuming the most likely outcome would be the character getting recast, Marvel is known to be debating removing Kang as the Multiverse Saga’s big bad period and switching him out for a different villain.

If that is the road the studio decides to go down, luckily for Marvel, this universe isn’t short of iconic and/or powerful bad guys to pick from as Kang’s replacement. Here’s a few of the most compelling options.

Doctor Doom

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Let’s get the obvious one out of the way first. As has naturally got fans talking, Variety confirmed that one of the characters Marvel is considering replacing Kang with is none other than the Fantastic Four’s eternal nemesis, the ruler of Latveria himself, Victor Von Doom. After Fox managed to screw him up twice over, the MCU certainly needs to do Doom justice at long last, and yes, casting him as the all-important chief threat of the Multiverse Saga would be one way to do that. Of course, there’s even comic book precedence for this, given that Victor is the big bad of 2015’s Secret Wars event, in his God Emperor Doom form.

The Beyonder

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The big bad of 1984’s original Secret Wars event, meanwhile, is the Beyonder. With everything pointing to Avengers: Secret Wars being a soft reboot of the MCU, it’s likely the movie will borrow from the 2015 storyline (which likewise hit the reset button of continuity) more than the ’84 version. Still, the Beyonder would still easily slip into the MCU’s mythos, given that it’s been introducing more and more cosmic entities of late (e.g. the Watcher and Thor: Love and Thunder‘s Eternity). We even just got a — highly camp and comedic — adaptation of the Beyonder in Disney’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur cartoon.

Strange Supreme

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Marvel has developed a bit of an obsession with Dark Doctor Stranges, with the very similar but distinct variants Strange Supreme and Sinister Strange appearing in What If…? and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, respectively. In the latter, we discovered that every Strange across reality is destined to break bad except for the 616 model. Giving Benedict Cumberbatch a pay rise and asking him to step into Majors’ shoes as the Multiverse Saga’s big bad would be a simple way of fixing the Kang problem by making use of pre-established continuity. Alternatively, how about Charlize Theron’s Clea turning out to be the bad’un?

Apocalypse

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OK, so if Marvel is tempted to use a Fantastic Four villain that Fox failed to adapt properly as a Kang replacement, then why couldn’t they do the same with an X-Men villain? One who’s certainly powerful enough to pose a widespread thread is Apocalypse — you don’t get a name like that by being a mere nuisance. As tempting as it would be to have Oscar Isaac pull double duty as Moon Knight and En-Sabah-Nur, an all-new variant of Apocalypse, to distance him from the Fox version, would definitely be the way to go if the ancient mutant did rise up to steal Kang’s spotlight.

Annihilus

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It’s easy to mix up Annihilus with Apocalypse for those not too familiar with the comics characters, due to their similar names and character designs, but actually Annihilus has a lot in common with the MCU’s Kang, which could make him a neat choice to fill his boots. Like Kang is the ruler of the Quantum Realm, Annihilus is the ruler of the Negative Zone and craves total domination of the universe. They even both have a thing for purple and green! Marvel could easily retcon him as a Kang variant, perhaps the deadliest of them all, and set him loose on the Avengers in Avengers: Kang Dynasty Annihilation.

Ultron

Infinity Ultron wields the Infinity Stones in What If...?
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Again, What If…? really could hold the secret to rescuing the Multiverse Saga, thanks to its various multiversal plotlines. We’ve already met Infinity Ultron, a variant of the android who was far more ambitious than Thanos in wielding the Infinity Stones. Get James Spader back, bring him into live-action and, boom, job done — a powerful villain who would hark back to the nostalgia of the MCU’s first two phases. He’d be especially deadly if Miss Minutes ever evolved into Jocasta, the Bride of Ultron, as Loki season 2 has suggested could happen.

Ravonna Renslayer

Photo montage of promotional images from Marvel Studios' 'Loki' and a panel from a Marvel Comics' issue where Kang the Conqueror and Ravonna Renslayer can be seen locking lips.
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Speaking of Loki season 2, maybe we’re thinking too hard about this when a totally creditable choice to replace Kang as big bad has already been threaded into the Multiverse Saga’s narrative. In Loki, we’ve learned that Ravonna Renslayer was once Kang’s partner in war, multiverse conquest, and love, until he wiped her memories and trapped her in a TVA desk job. She’s now more furious, vengeful, and power-hungry than ever. Given we’re told she was instrumental in winning the Multiverse War for He Who Remains, she should theoretically be a challenge for the Avengers to beat.

High Evolutionary

The High Evolutionary in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
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Thinking along similar lines, who else is there already knocking around the Multiverse Saga who could easily step up in Kang’s stead? Well, how about the villain of Phase Five’s most acclaimed movie so far, the High Evolutionary? James Gunn has confirmed that the evil scientist is still alive at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Seeing how obsessed he was with playing God in the threequel, imagine how much more dangerous the High Evolutionary would get if he discovered the multiverse and teamed up with his variants to make himself ruler of all reality?

Mephisto

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Weirdly enough, it feels like the shadow of Mephisto has been hanging over the Multiverse Saga as much as Kang, even though he has yet to appear on screen. Starting with WandaVision, folks have been convinced Marvel’s answer to the devil can’t be far away. And it is heavily rumored that Sacha Baron Cohen’s mystery character in Ironheart could be the horned hell lord himself. It would be a seriously impressive example of the power of fandom if everyone’s hunger for the character resulted in Mephisto becoming the big bad of the whole saga.

Thanos

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No, I’m serious. Hear me out…

We know Marvel’s desperate to recapture the glory days of the Infinity Saga, yes? It’s even tempted to bring back Robert Downey Jr. and the other OG Avengers. But let’s extend that line of thinking for a moment and ponder the question… What if Thanos replaced Kang as big bad? Either bring in an even deadlier variant or reveal that he never actually died when Iron Man dusted him, as has been heavily theorized.

There’s a reason Star Wars keeps coming back to Darth Vader over and over. Try as Lucasfilm might, he’s impossible to top. Likewise, Thanos is Marvel’s greatest villain and it’s not going to be able to recapture the impact he made on audiences and pop culture alike. So maybe it’s time to stop fighting that and embrace it.

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The Jonas Brothers Enter The Candy Kingdom For An In-Game Takeover To Mark Candy Crush Saga’s Music Season @ Top40-Charts.com -Playlists

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Three is the magic number, as the most downloaded casual match-three game1, Candy Crush Saga, teams up with GRAMMY-nominated trio Jonas Brothers for the game’s upcoming Music Season. Jonas Brothers are heading to the Candy Kingdom for a special in-game takeover where players can interact with the “Candified” stars and stream exclusive music in-game, before listening to it anywhere else.

On May 11, Candy Crush Saga will have exclusive 24-hour access to key tracks from the highly anticipated “The Album” release, ahead of any streaming platform. Players and Jonatics can stream exclusive video content of Jonas Brothers performing unreleased tracks “Summer Baby” and “Sail Away“, captured during the recent sold out one-night-only Royal Albert Hall gig in London, England until May 18.

Fans will also be given access to a never-before-heard Candy Crush remix of Jonas Brothers’ hit single “Waffle House”. The popular album track has been mixed with the iconic music and sounds from Candy Crush Saga and can be heard within the game from May 11.

Kicking off the game’s Music Season, from May 8 – 28, players will see Jonas Brothers transformed into “Candified” characters for the special in-game takeover. During this period, players will tour the Candy Kingdom with Jonas Brothers in the Music Tour Bus, where they will take on a series of events and challenges as they collect guitar candies to win in-game rewards.

To reveal the sweet music collaboration, Jonas Brothers star in a new light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek short film created in partnership with Candy Crush Saga, which sees the superstars get real about honing their craft, dedication, and ambition – not just when it comes to their approach to music, but also how they approach playing Candy Crush Saga too. Whether chilling out or preparing to make magic in the recording studio – the brothers waste no time striving for sweet victory as they level up their game.

Jonas Brothers commented: “We’re suckers for a game of Candy Crush Saga, having spent years playing during downtime on set, and competing against each other while on the road. We cannot wait to invite fans into our favorite game to listen to our new music before it can be heard anywhere else. They’ll also see us turned into characters in the game! For us, that’s almost the most exciting part…”

Fernanda Romano, Chief Marketing Officer at King, makers of the Candy Crush franchise, says: “The Candy Kingdom is completely starstruck, and we’re thrilled to welcome Kevin, Joe and Nick to the vibrant world of Candy Crush Saga. As we celebrate King turning 20 this year, and continue to drive the Candy Crush franchise forward, we’re excited to create a space for curated music experiences and exclusive content, as well as provide our players worldwide with new immersive ways to play and engage with the game.”

Players can check out the all-new exclusive content in Candy Crush Saga for a limited time during “Music Season” this May. Candy Crush Saga is available to download and play for free on iOS and Android. To learn more about the mobile game, visit: www.candycrushsaga.com

With a mission of Making the World Playful, King is a leading interactive entertainment company and the creator of the world-famous Candy Crush franchise, as well as other mobile game hits including Farm Heroes Saga. Candy Crush is the top-grossing franchise in U.S. app stores, a position it has held for the last five years, and King’s games are being played by 243 million monthly active users as of Q1 2023. King, a part of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), has game studios in Stockholm, Malmö, London, Barcelona and Berlin and offices in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and Malta. More information can be found at King.com or by following us on LinkedIn, @lifeatking on Instagram, or @king_games on Twitter.

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A Polarizing MCU Newcomer on a Path to Redemption Is Well on Their Way to Being the Multiverse Saga’s Most Fascinating- Armessa Movie News

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Say what you will about The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, but it certainly got people talking, and we can owe most all of that conversation to Wyatt Russell‘s performance as John Walker. Indeed, when your turn is so provocative that the MCU fandom’s more deplorable side end up sending you death threats, you know you’ve done your job.

Putting aside how asinine it is to send such threats to an actor who played a television character, it’s perhaps the ultimate testament to just how excellent of a job Russell did with the character, and as the Multiverse Saga marches forward, the only way is up for the pot-stirrer. As Thunderbolts draw closer and closer, the hopeful masses of r/marvelstudios can’t wait to see how America’s ugly mirror unfolds as one of the franchises most complex characters.

Some users argued that the many threads of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was biggest disservice to the character, as his characterization fell victim to the overstuffed plot; a tragedy that hopefully won’t be repeated in Thunderbolts.

Another responder pointed out how U.S. Agent’s moral compass, one that largely attributed to the fandom’s hatred of him, was arguably better than Tony Stark’s, who remains the most beloved character in the entire franchise. Perhaps the wildly different receptions of the two characters will end up underlining just how much of a maverick Walker really is.

Of course, with Walker gearing up to mingle with a plethora of other antiheroes in Thunderbolts, it will be interesting to see just how prominent his nuances end up being when he’s put in a room with the MCU’s grayest of gray, to say nothing of his imminent reunion with Bucky Barnes.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is available to stream on Disney Plus. Thunderbolts, meanwhile, is due in theaters on July 26, 2024.

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The Multiverse Saga’s Biggest Risk Has Already Backfired Spectacularly- Armessa Movie News

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It’s already been established that the concept of a variant within the Marvel Cinematic Universe is flexible, with John Krasinski’s Reed Richards and Sophia Di Martino’s Sylvie standing out as two of the most prominent examples, but the franchise may have painted itself into a corner after Jonathan Majors was confirmed to be playing every version of Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

The stinger made it clear that the Council of Kangs all have the same appearance, and while there’s nothing wrong with the notion in theory, things have taken a severe sideways turn following the allegations of assault made against the actor. Marvel Studios evidently went all-in on Majors, but now that he’s being dropped from new projects and ad campaigns while the Disney-owned comic book company maintains radio silence on the matter, it’s beginning to look like a gamble that’s backfiring spectacularly.

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If the worst case scenario unfolds for Majors and he ends up facing criminal charges based on the accusations, then Marvel will be left with no other option than to terminate his contract. Should that happen, then the entire complexion of Phases Five and Six changes in an instant, especially when writer Jeff Loveness has confirmed that a lot of his writing for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty is being inspired and driven by the titular villain’s performance, or performances in this case.

It’s probably cheaper to tie one actor down to a long deal than it is to hire several established or recognizable names to play the various Kangs, but the Quantumania big bad’s career implosion has put Kevin Feige and the rest of the higher-ups between a rock and a multiversal hard place.

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Kang Can Conquer All He Likes in ‘Quantumania,’ but Marvel May Have Already Made a Crucial Error With the Multiverse Saga’s Big Bad- Armessa Movie News

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is just days away from dropping in theaters and all the hectic marketing around the film has been striving to paint Kang the Conqueror — the new villain it will be ushering in — as the ultimate big bad, touting him as a terror MCU fans have never experienced before. While it all looks fancy and massive, there is also the lingering possibility that the MCU has already burned whatever chances there were of establishing Kang as a formidable foe and might have instead cemented his status as a middling villain at best. 

So far, the trailers, clips, and interviews for the upcoming film have been dead set on repeatedly underlining that Kang is superpowerful, has the means to control and manipulate time, is ruthless, and above all, has killed Avengers in alternate timelines. Scary, right? Thanos barely managed to hold his own against Thor, Wanda, and the other Avengers and only had the upper hand thanks to his army and the Infinity Stones. 

But even though this new evil mastermind claims to have already dispatched the superpowerful heroes multiple times, many might not find him all that fearsome and the blame lies on how the MCU had set the stage prior to his arrival. 

We have already met a not-so-terrifying version of Kang

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Yes, He Who Remains was powerful, controlled the TVA, snipped branch timelines in the bud, ended countless variants, kept mighty versions of himself like Kang and other plausible timelines at bay to protect the Sacred Timeline, etc, but the fact remains that all these major milestones he had were merely things we heard about him because in the few minutes we did get to meet him, he came across as quirky and perhaps the most non-threatening villain in the entire MCU. And oh, the fact that Sylvie managed to off him in minutes, without needing to cook some clever plan to outsmart him didn’t help. 

Knowing that Kang is a variant of this He Who Remains doesn’t really seem to spell doom or leave us clutching the edge of our seats in anticipation. I mean really, the latter was already someone considered indomitable, controlling timelines, and the one thing holding the gaping maw of the chaotic multiverse at bay. And this seemingly super being died from a stab wound, that too from an ordinary knife. Well, that’s pretty meh…

Thanos’ existing reputation threatens Kang’s yet-imaginary status

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Thanos’ introduction in the MCU has been the stark opposite to that of Kang’s and that has made a world of difference. 

Yes, even Thanos has a rather unusually tamed-down variant in the MCU, whom we met in What If…? where he reformed his ways and joined the heroic Ravagers under T’Challa’s version of Star-Lord. But we met this bonkers version of the universe-annihilating Titan after we spent years being traumatized by how easily he killed his own daughter and witnessed how he wiped out half the living beings everywhere without blinking an eye. We saw him scheming for years, ruthless to a point that every other past MCU villain paled in comparison. 

Meeting an alternate Thanos who is desperate to correct the error of his ways and is Mr. Goodie Two shoes, did nothing to tamper with the imprint left behind by the self-righteous zealot who left only dust behind in his wake because the impression of him being a terrifying villain was already made. 

This is a luxury that has not been afforded to Kang. Ant-Man 3 has no option but to pull out all the stops to make fans part with the lingering notion that Kang is anything like the underwhelming He Who Remains. Perhaps something like killing Scott Lang? Of what we have seen Ant-Man achieve so far, he is definitely not much of a threat to the villain. 

Defeating him might even be a piece of cake for Kang, but if he still kills him despite winning and Scott not posing much of a threat, his status as the ultimate big bad who is not hiding behind a warped perception of campaigning for the greater good (unlike Thanos) would be firmly established

But as far as early reviews for the film are concerned, Kang has successfully proven himself as a force to be reckoned with and has convinced many critics that he is, beyond a shred of doubt, a more menacing villain than Thanos and capable of thrusting the MCU into a web of chaos it has never experienced before. 

Well, hopefully, convincing the hard-to-please fans of the expansive cinematic universe also goes the same way for the time-traveling supervillain when Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters on Feb. 17, 2023. 

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Shocking Theory May Reveal Multiverse Saga’s Ultimate Hero as ‘Agents of S.H.I.E..L.D.’ Star Talks Unexpected Return- Armessa Movie News

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Shake off those Monday blues, MCU mavens, it’s time for another daily Marvel news roundup. Avengers: Secret Wars might be many years away, but that hasn’t stopped fans from getting creative and coming up with a wild theory on who might prove to be the ultimate hero of the Multiverse Saga — spoilers: the answer is unexpected. Also unexpected is an Agents of S.H.I.E.LD. star making it known that they’d be up for a return, but it’s not one of the usual suspects.

Fans predict the protector of the multiverse will be… Loki?

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Loki did a lot of the heavy-lifting in setting up the threat of Kang the Conqueror in the MCU, so one new fan theory wonders if the Jonathan Majors villain’s story arc might come full circle once he’s eventually defeated in Secret Wars. This bold but somewhat believable concept says that Loki and Sylvie will take over from He Who Remains to govern over the timestream once Kang is dead, becoming They Who Remain. This might actually be a fitting end for the trickster god who once wanted to be all-powerful.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star talks potential comeback — and it’s not who you think

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With Charlie Cox’s Daredevil back in the ring, Marvel TV enthusiasts are just waiting on the happy day when characters from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are folded into the MCU as well. Chloe Bennet, Clark Gregg, and Ming-Na Wen are the ones who often come up, but a different veteran from the ABC series has now made clear they wouldn’t say no to reprising their role. It’s J. August Richards, who played anti-hero Deathlok across multiple seasons. The cybernetic supersoldier certainly is ripe for a return.

The people have spoken, and they’ve declared the MCU’s greatest subfranchise

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Obviously, the MCU is the biggest franchise in cinema right now, but what is the greatest subfranchise within the Marvel universe? While you might expect this to be a big debate, folks seem to unanimously agree on the answer after a viral tweet praised the flawlessness of the Captain America trilogy. Ignoring Iron Man, disregarding Doctor Strange, and forgetting all about Thor, the majority of Marvel faithfuls appear confident that Cap comes out on top. No pressure, New World Order!

It’s Doctor Strange vs. Iron Man as folks debate Marvel’s most arrogant hero

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A lot of MCU heroes have personality flaws, but Tony Stark and Stephen Strange stand out from the pack due to being serious works-in-progress when they both started their journeys to heroism. And yet Redditors recently asked the impossible: which of the pair is the bigger jerk? People seemed split, with some highlighting Strange’s knack for pushing people away and others pointing out Tony’s abundance of over-confidence. Let’s just hope they don’t get started on who has the better beard.

Stay tuned tomorrow, True Believers, for more Marvel goodness!

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