Do you want to know what the differences are between the new great villain of Marvel in the UCM and Thanos? This is what Kevin Feige has explained.
the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feighas explained what makes Kang the Conqueror be so different from Thanos. That is, the differences between the villain of the Saga of the Multiverse and the villain of Infinity Saga. The mad titan and his genocidal agenda starred in the first three phases of the MCU. It was something historic. Even before Loki Y Sylvie will come face to face with “He Who Remains” (Jonathan Majors), a variant of Nathaniel Richards and Kang the Conqueror, this villain has been rumored for a long time. Above all, as the great heir to evil after Avengers: Endgame.
The new villain is going to have as many identities as possible!
In an interview with phasezero during the San Diego Comic Con 2022Kevin Feige compared Thanos from Josh Brolin with the new villain Marvel Cinematic Universe. Apparently, Jonathan Majors is playing a lot of different characters. Perhaps we should not take anything for granted in the future of the MCU, because they could surprise us in Avengers: Secret Wars.
“It’s really impressive what Jonathan Majors is capable of doing. All the different incarnations and variants of Kang that we’re going to see him do… It’s really cool, really. What I love is that he is radically different from Thanos. He is completely different, not a version of the old Marvel Studios villain, but bigger and with a helmet. That’s not what you’re going to see. Kang is not that, things as they are. Kang is a very different kind of villain. The fact that he is so many characters at the same time, so many different characters, is the most exciting thing and what sets him apart the most.”