Ant-Man 3 is considered the worst movie in the Marvel Universe according to Rotten Tomatoes. Jonathan Majors does not hide and shows his face
Jonathan Majorswho plays Kang the conqueror in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania‘, has responded to the criticism that his character, and mostly the film, have received after ‘Ant-Man 3’ was rated as the worst Marvel Studios movie according to the votes of users of the specialized website Rotten Tomatoes.
Although this is Majors’ second appearance in the MCU, and his first as Kang, the time-traveling villain from the comics, the actor is ready to continue his journey in the MCU. Marvel Universe and is focusing on it.
Despite the public’s divided opinions on his character, Majors remains focused on further improving his portrayal of this despot of time. The actor’s response shows that he remains confident in his role and is ready to face the challenges that come in the future of the MCU.
With the success of ‘Quantumania’ yet to be seen, Marvel fans are looking forward to the next chapter in Kang’s story, as it seems this one hasn’t been to their liking.
Jonathan Majors defends the film and his role as Kang
Kang the Conqueror wishes to conquer the universe and his power lies in the use of advanced technology and time travel. The character has appeared as a recurring antagonist in the Marvel Universe, facing off against heroes such as The Avengers and Fantastic Four. Using a variety of futuristic weapons, such as the Time Stone, he has attempted to control time and space since his inception. Often, Kang has managed to escape ultimate defeat, re-emerging in new guises and personas over time.
In 2009, Kang was ranked as the 65th greatest comic book villain of all time by IGN.
“I have a lot of respect for MCU fans and Marvel Comics fans. I respect Stan Lee and his vision, I thank him, I’m honored to be a part of it. I also honor Kevin Feige for everything they have done, for the artistic display they have done. So it’s about giving support, you know, it’s about changing that lens and not looking at it as pressure, but as support.”
“The haters are coming. If you do something right, you will have opposition, and nothing happens. But I am not on the Internet or in the street, where I can feel that opposition. So my job is to create with an open heart, as boldly and courageously as I can. And I have the comics in mind, I also have the audience in mind as I originate them. And there is a good part that is theirs and for them. There is a lot that is for and for me, and for and for the MCU team and family.”
By asking where Kang goes from here, we’re not just referring to the MCU and ‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty‘, if not also to Majors. According to him, there are no limits to what his character can do, as his only limit is his own talent.
Fuente The Wrap
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