"You're over your head, Insect Man," Kang the Winner (Jonathan Majors) tells Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) in new film from Insect Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

However, the little yet strong Justice fighter probably won't be the only one over his head: chief Peyton Reed says

the disgusting Variation of He Who Remains is a more noteworthy danger than even Thanos (Josh Brolin).

The Boundlessness Stone-employing Distraught Titan characterized the Limitlessness Adventure,

snapping ceaselessly 50% of all life in the universe in Vindicators: Endlessness Battle prior to endeavoring to shred

the Wonder Realistic Universe down to its absolute last molecule in Justice fighters: Final plan.

So how really does Wonder go greater than that? In starting off Stage 5 of the MCU, Quantumania presents another Vindicators level danger to the whole Multiverse:

a period overcoming militarist dissimilar to any main bad guy that size-moving superheroes Subterranean insect Man and Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) have looked previously.

"We're getting going Stage 5 in a major, huge way," Reed said during an appearance at CCXP 2022 in Brazil.

"This is the greatest experience that Insect Man and Wasp have at any point gone on. We're going to weird places

and we're experiencing a main bad guy that is not normal for anything they've at any point experienced — and that incorporates Thanos."

Kang is additionally not normal for his own multiversal Variation: He Who Remains.