Jonathan Majors was already involved in "Loki" - there he appeared under the name "He Who Remains" or "Jenner, who remains". Whether this is exactly the same person that we now see in the trailer for "Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania" can be doubted. After all, with his clearly visible scar, Kang is visually very different from the character "Loki".
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MCU fans are now eagerly awaiting how Kang will shape the big Marvel universe in the cinema – because he will definitely be the new big adversary. But the trailer for "Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania" shows us much more to the sounds of Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road".
We get a first look at MCU newcomer Bill Murray and, most importantly, we learn why "Ant-Man" Scott Lang and Co. travel deep into the quantum realm. Lang's daughter Cassie, who we also see in her superhero suit for the first time during the preview, has developed a device that can be used to communicate with the Quantum Realm. Janet Van Dyne can just about warn that this is not a good idea. Her previous experiences in this world and what secrets she has kept from there will probably also play a major role.
It also remains to be seen how everyone, with the help of Hope and Hank Pym, will get out of this mess - and maybe bring Kang into our world in the process? We won't find out until next year at the cinema.
Ant-Man: And The Wasp Quantumania, directed by Peyton Reed, opens on February 15, 2023. The film will open the so-called fifth phase in the MCU. Also, here's the new poster released with the trailer, which aims to further illustrate the power of villain Kang: