Loki Creator Michael Waldron To Write Marvel Studios' Avengers: The Kang Dynasty

Loki Creator Michael Waldron To Write Marvel Studios' Avengers: The Kang Dynasty


Outsiders - November 27, 2023
According to Deadline, Michael Waldron has been chosen to write the script for Marvel Studios' Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Previously, Waldron was already assigned to write Avengers: Secret Wars, the sequel that would come after Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. However, now he will be responsible for writing both Avengers sequels. Waldron has established himself as one of Marvel's most reliable creative talents, having previously created and served as the showrunner for the first season of Loki. Additionally, he has also contributed to the scripts of Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness. It is a logical decision for the studio to entrust him with penning both films. Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige, will oversee the production of these projects.





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Atlantis - 2023-12-05 @ 5:06 am

Kang Dynasty ...impressive. But its gonna need a lot of work to do it justice. Please dont try to cram it in like they did with the Secret Invasion thing

Emnems80 - 2023-12-03 @ 5:37 pm
On 12/2/2023 at 7:29 PM, Satam said:

Michael Waldron was showrunner for the second season, as well.

That's good to know. Really makes me look forward to what he's going to do with the Avengers!

Satam - 2023-12-03 @ 3:29 am
On 12/2/2023 at 12:57 PM, Emnems80 said:

So Waldron was showrunner for the first season of Loki. Was he involved in the second season at all? I hope so because the arc for Loki across both seasons was so well done.

Michael Waldron was showrunner for the second season, as well.

Emnems80 - 2023-12-02 @ 5:57 pm

So Waldron was showrunner for the first season of Loki. Was he involved in the second season at all? I hope so because the arc for Loki across both seasons was so well done.

TheArrow - 2023-11-29 @ 3:58 pm

The most expedient solution is to dump Majors and recast the role.BUT that does nothing ti resolve the uncertain froth of the whole Kang storyline. There's no organic thread to it, like there was in the Thanos arc. Kang has been defeated........twice, THREE times now, and by essentially nothing characters. Thanos was a PRESENCE, was inviolable until Infinity Wars, when they really brought him into things.Kang is being treated more like a schlub, and no matter what kind of threat he may pose in coming stories, it's really hard to let go of that. They got him off on the wrong foot, and the damage control might be too much to amend things. Doctor Doom is, for all intents, truly fresh meat.But Marvel and Disney have to get out of their own way first.

AndyL - 2023-11-29 @ 2:59 pm
On 11/29/2023 at 1:17 AM, Atlantis said:

Whether they keep Majors or not (and frankly I'm concerned that there may be a rush to judgement), they can and should still use Kang. He's supposed to be in a mask/helmet anyway.

On 11/29/2023 at 2:32 AM, leokearon said:

Also he has variants, so if they get someone who looks a bit like Majors, they can easily pull it off

Well I'm sure we're all familiar with Disney's rash decision making this type situation. So I don't expect Majors to be back as Kang or in any way for that matter no matter what the outcome is. And to be fair I'm sure it's a nightmare figuring out the proper way to handle these situations as it should of course be taken seriously until fully resolved. I'm sure it's all done through legal advisors so it is what it is. Either way I don't think Majors has been so iconic in the role as yet that he's not replaceable. Then again I thought the same about T'Challa. But It's been pretty well established that not all variants have to look alike. Or even be the same species. It should be easy enough to replace him. But as several comic historians are now pointing out Kang was eventually abandoned in the comics as well in favor or Doctor Doom and then more or less became an occasional villain and not the constant looming menace that Doom is. So now on the verge of the FF being introduced in the MCU it might be time to follow the same pattern. TBH I was never really all that excited about the Kang thing to begin with. He's just never been a big draw too me. The best version of Kang that I can remember ever really enjoying was Iron Lad. Then when he turned to his Kid Kang, or whatever, persona I completely lost interest. Not sure why. I can't just be the goofy costume. Can it? I think he's back as Iron Lad again but honestly at this point who cares. Another case of Marvel building up a cool character and then completely destroying them by just letting the writers run wild with no editorial supervision.

leokearon - 2023-11-29 @ 8:32 am
On 11/29/2023 at 7:17 AM, Atlantis said:

Whether they keep Majors or not (and frankly I'm concerned that there may be a rush to judgement), they can and should still use Kang. He's supposed to be in a mask/helmet anyway.

Also he has variants, so if they get someone who looks a bit like Majors, they can easily pull it off

Atlantis - 2023-11-29 @ 7:17 am

Whether they keep Majors or not (and frankly I'm concerned that there may be a rush to judgement), they can and should still use Kang. He's supposed to be in a mask/helmet anyway.

Outsiders - 2023-11-29 @ 2:19 am
On 11/28/2023 at 7:16 AM, tarot said:

"But I thought they were moving away from Kang......."said every clickbait site in the past few months.

I believe that Marvel wanted to move away from Kang due to Jonathan Majors' ongoing legal situation and impending trial for domestic violence charges. Marvel might get a great movie from Michael Waldron, but it doesn't mean they have to keep Majors as Kang.

SpiderS - 2023-11-28 @ 5:33 pm

Both Loki seasons had a lot of care, soul and creativity that worked, sadly this cant be said about other mcu projects, so this is definitely great news.

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