The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt


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Jonathan Majors The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt revealed his main goal for playing Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The new big bad will follow Josh Brolin’s Thanos in being the leading antagonist for the whole MCU across the Multiverse Saga. But how can Majors ever stack up against Thanos? Well, for one, as the actor previously mentioned, “[his] assignment is different, and the character of Kang is different.” So it seems that the man behind the Conqueror isn’t too afraid of feeling repetitive or living up to the Mad Titan’s legacy. When it comes to making his own mark on the MCU, Majors has one goal for suiting up as the Marvel antagonist.

The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt
The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt

In an interview with Nerdbunker The Iconic Film 1963 Le Feu Follet shirt Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania actor Jonathan Majors talked about portraying the villainous Kang the Conqueror. One of the first tidbits he unveiled was how his main goal with Kang, as well as with every role he plays, “is to make them as universal and as human as possible:” “I think with Kang, my objective with every role I play is to make them as universal and as human as possible. I think we’d be lucky, you know, for these next phases to have a big bad that also allows the audiences to oscillate between cheering and booing.” Majors complimented Josh Brolin’s Thanos by pointing how how “three-dimensional” the actor made him: “What Josh Brolin did so beautifully with Thanos was that he tried to make him as three-dimensional as possible to make it very clear, you know, and he really believed in it. Which is why I think it was so morally ambiguous as to how bad he is. And I also think that the word villain, and the more anti-hero-hero you are, the deeper your constitution has to be.” He then went on to declare that, thanks to his position as Kang in the MCU, he “might be the luckiest actor:” “From an acting standpoint, it’s a lot of fun because—I don’t just play Kang in the world, you know. I have other projects, and other movies going on, which is cool because I have an opportunity to do the work, you know, in multiple different worlds. It’s super fun stuff, you go, okay, I wonder how we can—because you know, in my world, between the two, where are they different, where are they the same, and that’s really exciting too. I feel like I might be the luckiest actor.”


  1. Houston Gray

    This is actually a very nice tshirt! I received lots of compliments!

  2. Lia Lyford

    Excellent. Shipped earlier than expected

  3. Ed Janzen

    Fit fine and came in without issues.
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