A New Theory On How Events Will Happen That Will Finally Lead Us Into Avengers Kang Dynasty
The Kang Dynasty will be released in 2025. The next year, Marvel plans to release Avengers: Secret Wars. Given the films’ proximity, some think that Kang, like Thanos in Infinity War and Endgame, will be the villain in both.
Now, a major theory is going viral; if this is what we are in for, fasten your seatbelts, for we are in for a wild trip.
A Reddit user wrote According to the rumored beginning of the film, Sam, Shang Chi, and Black Panther (Shuri) all challenge Kang upon his solo appearance and all lose immediately. He guesses that throughout the next few phases, they will come across variants and bits of Kang’s relics or innovations, as he is still a mystery to the Avengers. This is simply a theory on how the phases and movies will unfold.
Scott and his crew will be dragged into the quantum world, where they will encounter the ultimate menace, Kang the Conqueror. Scott would be no match for him, but he succeeds in temporarily overpowering him with his ant army. Kang’s ultimate goal in this film is to recover his chair, which Janet shattered to keep him from entering the real world. However, he is successful in capturing it and fleeing, leaving Scott and Hope trapped in the realm as the only two with valuable information on him and incapable of alerting anybody outside.
The next movie is Deadpool 3, which will feature the TVA, which is now under the authority of Kang. The theory is that Loki, Sylvie, and Mobius are trying to stay under the radar because they represent a threat and aim to take out the new boss. Theoretically, there will be a team-up as a Thor variant is recruited to help facilitate the group in fighting Kang and other threats. Unfortunately, the team has been utterly destroyed, with Loki the sole survivor fleeing to unknown locations.
Sam Wilson, now Captain America, will need to come to terms with a changing world and new definitive leaders, such as Ross, who is now the president and limits the operations of heroes, similar to the Sokovia Accords, as he plans to lead an organization of heroes now that the Avengers are no longer a team and are spread all over the place. Sam is still against the ongoing war against Wakanda to take their vibranium. The leader is involved, and someone is keeping an eye on Kang, who is also being observed… The public is attacked by Kang via the leader and is ultimately defeated by Sam, who is now aware of this new enemy as it flees.
Sam is basically requested to step aside since Ross will take out anyone who disagrees with his beliefs, as he prohibits vigilantism or heroics that don’t match his ideals, as his new squad will be real and Wakanda will still be considered the enemy. During the mid-credits sequence, he inserts DNA into himself, which is revealed to be Jennifer’s blood from She-Hulk, and he transforms into the Red Hulk.
Thunderbolts will be a sequel to the preceding movie, with a new cast of characters including Yelena, a US agent, Red Guardian, Bucky, Ghost, and Taskmaster. Bucky is a member of this team since, prior to the formation of the team, he had nowhere to go because he has a standard arm, so he gave the vibranium one to Rocket to prevent him from having any link to Wakanda and to keep his eyes on this group. Hyperion is the main antagonist who wishes to rule the world but is duped by another version of Kang. Hyperion is eventually captured and carried to the raft, with everyone aware of the new menace. Someone pulls up remnants of Kang technology in the mid-credits sequence.
The crew is revealed to be the ones who acquired the stark tower and discovered the danger known as Doctor Doom, who operates behind the scenes throughout the city using technologies he learned from the attacks of the many Kangs. Reed collects fragments or parts and comes across the avengers’ leftovers, offering it to them, which emits energy equivalent to Shang Chi’s rings.
Strange and Clea will make an attempt to repair incursions they are unaware of. Kang has been using these variants to wreak havoc throughout the universe and on Earth. Strange turns darker at the end of the movie, having taken in dark energy from the dark dimension following the struggle with Dormmamu, making him deadly. This is part of Kang’s strategy.
The mid-credits scene for Doctor Strange features a gathering of heroes who are all aware that a danger is on the way, as indicated by the technology and attacks of this looming danger.
At the beginning of the Avengers’ Kang dynasty, Richard Rider (Nova) warns the Avengers that a force is on its way to Earth, led by someone named Kang. Kang arrives alone early in the movie to confront the heroes, throwing Scott’s cracked ant man helmet right in front of them, talking about his “death” and telling them this will happen if they don’t kneel, saying he knows all their futures, outcomes, and how he’s brutally murdered many heroes in alternate universes, saying he won’t stop coming as there are many variants of him.