Jeff Loveness to Write ‘Avengers: The Kang Dyansty’

The next Avengers film has found its writer, as Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania screenwriter Jeff Loveness is officially attached to the project. First announced by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the movie will bring a conclusion to Phase Six of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the franchise’s Multiverse Saga, alongside its sequel: Avengers: Secret Wars.

Loveness is a logical choice for the fifth Avengers film scripting duties, given how Kang is slated to be the main villain of next February’s Ant-Man adventure. The first version of the character introduced to the MCU was last year’s He Who Remains, a variant of the Conqueror who controlled the TVA during the events of the Loki series.

Jonathan Majors has played all of the known versions of this character, from the aforementioned television show, to next year’s Quantumania and even next summer’s second season of Loki. While not officially announced to return, Majors is expected to reprise the role for Kang Dynasty, directed by Shang-Chi helmer Destin Daniel Cretton.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty is currently expected to hit theaters on May 2nd, 2025, followed by Avengers: Secret Wars on November 7th of that same year. The pair of films will be the first Avengers flicks since 2019’s Endgame, which broke multiple box office records and helped close out the studio’s Infinity Saga.

Source: THR


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