Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania It is very close to its premiere and, as everyone knows, it will be presented once and for all who will be the next great villain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the end of Thanos during the Infinity saga: Kang the winner.
This foe appeared fleetingly in Loki, but it will be in the company’s next tape when we can really enjoy this villain. And according to the actor himself, the character will have a clear influence of one of history’s most important leaders: Alexander the Great.
In an interview with Empire Medium, she spoke about the influences of her character in the film starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly.
“First I met with the Loki team. Then Peyton Reed came over and we talked about what the movie was going to be like. He gave me some reference points, like Alexander the Great or things like that.”
It is true that Kang and Alexander the Great do not have many things in common, but they both have something that makes them special: Both characters are considered great winners. The Macedonian king at a very young age amassed one of the largest empires in history thanks to his father’s unification of Greek city-states and his military might on the battlefield.
On the other hand, we have Kang, who has managed to amass a massive army to dominate the multiverse, thus being by far the most dangerous foe in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. African-American actor also caught other motivationsIn form of joker d heath ledgerAlthough it doesn’t have that much in common with the great villains of Episode 5 at first.