Fans of leaks and spoilers won’t have to wait long to find out how the movie ends and what the credits sequences have to give before the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania premiere, which is only two weeks away. Additionally, a Quantumania subtitles leak appears to have corroborated the massive Ant-Man 3 narrative leak. However, the recent leak of the Quantumania 2 credits sequences from reliable sources teases astounding multiverse advancements. You should be aware that the explanation that follows contains significant Ant-Man 3 spoilers.
During the Quantumania campaign, Marvel has revealed a few surprising spoilers. The MCU Phase 5 opener is a high-stakes undertaking that the studio has great hopes for. The first MCU adventure to contain a significant Kang (Jonathan Majors) antagonist is Ant-Man 3. Kang is known to be the Multiverse Saga’s most significant villain as well. He’s probably also the most hazardous.
The fact that Marvel gave Kang spoilers during the Quantumania press tour is hardly shocking. We are aware that the villain is trapped in the Quantum Realm and that in order to escape, he requires Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) to give him Pym particles. We hypothesised that we know how the movie will finish since this may be the Kang that the Avengers face in Kang Dynasty. In other words, Kang should unavoidably triumph, regardless of how expensive it may be. He should leave the Quantum Realm as well.
It’s interesting that the complete Quantumania plan leak states that. However, the moderators of the MarvelStudiosSpoilers have released a fresh leak. The mods are also responsible for the recent subtitles that we saw and the earlier storyline leak. The moderators claim that several of their reliable sources are the source of the most recent Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania spoilers. We’re going to take a quick look at the movie’s climax and the credits scenes.
Ending of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
If the reports are true, MODOK (Corey Stoll) will perish during the decisive fight. He was a Kang ally in the Quantum Realm, but once Cassie (Kathryn Newton) “calls him a dick,” he will alter his mind. But compared to the previous plot leak, this one promises a somewhat different resolution. This time, just as Cassie is about to save Scott and Hope (Evangeline Lilly) from the Quantum Realm, Kang seems to pass away:
Kang the Conqueror is potentially killed (!) in the movie’s conclusion when Hope kicks him into his ship’s multiversal engine as it is collapsing as a result of Scott hitting it with Pym particles. Scott and Hope are rescued by Cassie after being lost in the Quantum Realm. Scott is content but experiences a crisis when he recalls Kang’s warning that something terrible was about to happen and that everyone would perish if he didn’t leave the Quantum Realm.
That is undoubtedly a promising development. We can’t help but wonder whether this Kang variation really was a bad guy. That’s supposing the data is reliable.
Credit Scenes from the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Compared to the conclusion, the Ant-Man 3 credits scenes are more thrilling. The people that released the following information claim that several different Kang variations will appear in these sequences. A Loki season 2 tie-in will also be available. The Council of Kangs apparently appears in the opening credits scene. Immortus, Rama-Tut, and perhaps a Scarlet Centurion are among its members. The Avengers killing the Kang they exiled to the Quantum Realm has them angry. They’ll next begin to plot their retaliation:
The Kangs’ Council meets and talks about how the exiled Kang was slain. Immortus is the council’s leader, while Rama-Tut and perhaps a Scarlet Centurion variant are also there (however, they are not red). They vow to stop “them” – our heroes who have begun interfering in the multiverse – as they may destroy all they have created since they are NOT pleased that their exiled form was slain by others (interconnected timelines). They want assistance from all other Kangs as they get ready for a nefarious scheme. The scenario concludes with a Colosseum filled with different Kangs (including a Skrull version).
In the second credit sequence, Tom Hiddleston plays Loki and Mobius (Owen Wilson). According to another source, a Quantumania credits sequence would reference Loki season 2. The Victor Timely Kang version is purportedly introduced in the scene:
An crowd is there while Victory Timely, another Kang variation, delivers a speech on stage. The scene appears to be from the 1930s or 1940s, and he has his trademark moustache. Loki and Mobius may be seen in the audience watching Victor perform while Loki is frightened and Mobius is perplexed.
We’ll mention that a recent leak said Victor Timely might appear in Loki season 2. However, at this time, none of these statements can be independently confirmed. The release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania on February 17th will allow us to determine whether the previous depictions of the conclusion and credits are correct.