Jonathan Majors Reveals Details On Kang Killing Paul Rudd’s Hero in Ant-Man 3

The arrival of Jonathan Majors’ Kang/He Who Remains was what really elevated Loki from the beginning to the finale. Because of the Sacred Timeline and

By Mabel Judith Andrady
October 14,2021
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The arrival of Jonathan Majors’ Kang/He Who Remains was what really elevated Loki from the beginning to the finale. Because of the Sacred Timeline and the noose that was tied to it, this entity possessed complete control over all of space and time. Sylvie’s death was met with a groan by fans who knew that he wouldn’t be so pleasant the next time they saw him. Considering the character’s history in the series, he isn’t lying.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which Majors is now filming in London, will be the next time fans see the character. The details of his part in the film are scarce, but it’s safe to assume it will be completely out of this world. The actor recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with host Jimmy Fallon and shared some of his London experiences.

Is Ant-Man Nearing His End?

Ant Man And Kang

JonathanMajors, who plays Loki in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, spoke on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and answered a few questions. Also, he acknowledged that Kang the Conqueror is in fact his character, and he said it’s more enjoyable to play a villain than an antihero and that villains do agree that they leave a bigger impression than most heroes do.

As for Majors’ location, the actor said London was his home base while filming the next Ant-Man movie. When Kimmel questioned Kang about whether or not he’d be a bad guy on the order of Thanos, the actor’s reply was a simple “true.”


When confronted with a villain the size of Thanos, the talk show host asserted that he was going to simply kill Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man. To imagine how he could shatter the miniature-sized hero, Jonathan Majors punched his palm with his fist. After saying that he’d seen the whole script, Jonathan said, “we’ll see.” Majors was questioned by Jimmy Kimmel if anyone had ever sat down with him and explained the significance of not discussing spoilers in public. “It’s worse than that,” says the actor.

“It’s worse than that because there’s no conversation… no one says anything to you. You just go ‘don’t say s***. Don’t say nothing. Ever. ever.’ I’ve called my publicist so many times and be like ‘I think I said… can you back that up? Yea it’s okay it’s okay it’s okay it’s okay.'”

He confirmed that Kang the Conqueror did in fact appear on his phone’s lock screen as had been widely reported on social media a few weeks earlier, and their discussion about Quantumania came to a stop with that.

Majors’ Kang The Conqueror is among the best

Kang in Loki
Kang in Loki

As Kang the Conqueror, Jonathan Majors appears to be having a blast, which is great news for someone who could be the next major bad guy in the MCU. When an actor is enthused about their character, it is obvious to everyone. This is ironic since, despite what Majors claims, there are debates about not ruining things. According to a recent report, the Secret Invasion cast has undergone special training to avoid giving away any plot details about their new Disney+ series.

When it comes to the possibility that Kang will actually kill Ant-Man, that’s not ruled out. There will definitely be a lot of time travel, thus the hero’s death is an option to consider. After all, they have two options: either bring Scott Lang back or kill him. Marvel Studios will reveal its next project to fans on February 17th, 2023. Even without Kang, it’s going to be a wild journey.