Marvel Studios declared the title for the spin-off is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. While Wasp holding her co-lead status for the threequel was ideal to see, the Quantumania caption did a great deal to prod the bearing of Peyton Reed’s film. It not just takes care of a joke from Ant-Man and the Wasp about putting “quantum” before everything, except the title likewise affirms that the film will vigorously manage the Quantum Realm.
Another piece of Ant-Man 3 projecting that is currently official is Jonathan Majors playing Kang the Conqueror. The Lovecraft Country star was connected to the job recently yet couldn’t affirm that such gossipy tidbits were valid. Kang is one of the greatest and most confounded lowlifess in Marvel Comics.
He’s a time-traveling warlord from across the multiverse who may be identified with Reed Richards and furthermore helped structure the Young Avengers as Iron Lad. From the start, the consideration of Kang in Ant-Man 3 was very perplexing. As an Avengers-level danger, placing him in an Ant-Man film didn’t arrange in the brains of most fans. In any case, it’s presently more clear why he’s elaborate gratitude to the continuation’s title.
As a time-traveling and universe-jumping hero, Kang the Conqueror being attached to the Quantum Realm bodes well for the MCU. So far the Quantum Realm is the lone affirmed approach to time travel in the MCU after Avengers: Endgame. Tony Stark made this conceivable gratitude to a portion of his last developments, and despite the fact that the Avengers probably won’t have completely perceived what they were doing from the outset, Tony had the premonition to realize that on the off chance that you play with time, it will in general wreck back. Presently it tends to be Kang the Conqueror who shows up as Team Ant-Man keeps on exploring different avenues regarding what the Quantum Realm can do.