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The secret weapon of TL 16 Football Shirt Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has been uncovered thanks to some merchandise from the upcoming film. Ever since He Who Remains’ debut in Loki, fans have been in love with the new big bad of the MCU. While it’ll be hard to top Josh Brolin’s Thanos, Majors is already doing a fantastic job. Soon, fans will be able to see the real Kang in Quantumania, or, as Majors called him, the warrior Variant. While the version of the villain in Loki didn’t seem all that dangerous, this time around, he’ll be a much bigger problem. No matter which Variant is ever on screen, one thing remains consistent across them all: their mastery over time itself. But how exactly does Kang utilize time as he does?
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The official press release for the upcoming threequel also specifically mentions time as “Kang’s secret weapon.” The Time Chair is likely key to his mastery over the many timelines. “KANG THE CONQUEROR is quite possible the biggest threat the MCU has ever encounted, with multiple versions of the villain—each more terrifying than the last. Known as He Who Remains in Loki TL 16 Football Shirt this new and profoundly dangerous version Kang intends to up his game, triggering a concerted effort from Scott, Hope, Janet, Hank, and Cassie to stop him before it’s too late. Time, it seems, is Kang’s secret weapon, and he intends to use his unique understanding of it to conquer worlds far beyond the Quantum Realm.” Previous information on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania revealed Kang needs help from Paul Rudd’s titular hero. Majors’ villain specifically noted that “something has been stolen from [him].” Did someone steal Kang’s comfy chair? It would certainly make sense—and it also probably explains why the villain seems to be stuck in the Quantum Realm. Seeing as Kang is the overarching big bad of the Multiverse Saga, it’s obvious that he’ll be getting his favorite piece of furniture back at some point. But what exactly will happen to Scott and his family when he does? One fun theory about the chair is that Corey Stoll’s MODOK is the one who stole it and might even be using it to support his massive head. Comparing these new photos with the floating head’s quick appearances in the trailer, the two thrones don’t seem to be the same. But how fun would it be if it were?