Both Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars have mouthwatering desserts as their working names. According to reports, The Kang Dynasty is known as Apple Pie 1 internally, whereas Apple Pie 2, the immediate sequel, is used to refer to both works. While the reason Marvel Studios chose to utilise their identities is now unknown, fans have been working hard to decipher the significance of the codenames. It’s rumoured that the fifth and sixth Avengers films have chosen to hide any potential elements that may have been deduced from their temporary titles, even if it is occasionally true that filmmakers frequently utilise working titles with a clue at what the picture may feature.
Almost nothing is known about the next Avengers films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe outside the working names. Kang the Conqueror, a formidable character, will face off against the galaxy’s superheroes in both films, according to Marvel Studios, which has stated that they will tie up what has been termed The Multiverse Saga. The Kang Dynasty, which serves as a prelude to a multiverse conflict in Avengers: Secret Wars, is expected to result in the deaths of a number of characters, according to writer Jeff Loveness, who previously wrote Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. More information about the plot is primarily yet unclear, although there have been rumours that Doctor Strange would play an adversary and that Deadpool 3 will have a significant influence on the anticipated universe conflict.
The castings for the fifth and sixth installments of the Avengers franchise have not yet been determined. Given the film’s emphasis, many assume Jonathan Majors will return in his role as Kang, although the supporting cast is still mostly unknown. The breakout star of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Simu Liu, addressed rumours that his character will be the main attraction and acknowledged that even he is unsure of whether or not his character will appear. Yes, I believe I will also be involved. The actor remarked, “Beyond that, I truly don’t know, and I don’t want to know before it’s totally ready. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned in this business, especially with Marvel, it’s that things change and are constantly in flux, and you really can’t know what will happen until you’re on the set and about to shoot the scene.”Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News