Currently, Marvel Studios shares via Disney Plus the first series of phase 4 of the Avengers cinematic universe. “WandaVision”, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and “Loki” have already finished the broadcast of their respective first seasons; now the producer works on new series.
One of them is “She-Hulk.” Production that will feature actress Tatiana Maslany playing the main character Jennifer Walters. Another actor who confirmed his participation in the series is Mark Ruffalo.
Finally, Jameela Jamil will be the one who takes the role of the villain Mary MacPherran, better known as Titania. Through social networks, the actress shared a message in which she is preparing for filming.
Like all Marvel actors, you must train to get into shape; in addition to entering the difficult program of silence of the producer. From now on, you will not be able to comment on the script.
Recall that Jonathan Majors flatly denied that he would appear in the series “Loki” in the role of Kang the Conqueror, but chapter 6 of the series proved otherwise. What do you think will be the story that Marvel will invent to introduce the villain Titania?
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Loki modified the origin of Kang the Conqueror to introduce it in phase 4
Kang’s history in the comics is complicated due to his multiple travels in time and space, where he had various identities. Kang started out as Nathaniel Richards, ancestor of Fantastic Four’s Reed Richards, a 31st century scholar who discovers time travel technology created by Victor von Doom.
This is how he traveled to different eras, creating chaos and meeting Marvel Comics superheroes, such as the Avengers and The Fantastic Four. When he tried to return to the 31st century, he made a bad calculation and landed on a devastated Earth that he ended up conquering and then extended his domains to the rest of the universes. Thus was born Kang the Conqueror.
It should be noted that this is only one of Kang’s identities. A Kang from another time and space laid the foundation for creating the Young Avengers and thus stopping his evil future self. Another notable alter-ego of Kang is Immortus, who emerged once Kang grew weary of the battle due to frustration and the loss of his loved ones.
Loki revealed that Kang was the one behind AVT and the preservation of the Sacred Time Line, but he was not known as Kang or any of his other known identities but rather as “The One Who Remains”, another Marvel Comics character.
He Who Remains is in the comics the final director of the AVT in the Citadel and the creator of Time-Twisters, who were destined to travel to the next universal cycle with knowledge of the past to improve the future. Rather than present him as an entity on its own, Marvel made He Who Remains a variant of Kang and the formula worked for fans of the MCU.
Kang / He Who Remains explained to Loki and Sylvie that their variants are what discovered the existence of the Multiverse, and while they initially peacefully exchanged knowledge, not all variants had peace as their priority. The variants fought to defend their timelines, ushering in the multiversal warfare Miss Minutes mentions in the video, but He Who Remains came out on top when it discovered Alioth and used him to create the AVT.
All of these changes mean that Kang’s other identities will not be the result of his travels and interactions with his past and future selves, but instead are variants, each coming from a different timeline.
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