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Kang and He Who Remains Are Actually the Same Person

Kang and He Who Remains Are Actually the Same Person

Okay, yes, Kang and He Who Remains are technically the same person. They’re variants, like all Kang variants, of the original Nathaniel Richards, a future scientist who discovered the multiverse. But that’s not what we want to argue today. We want to prove that Kang from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and He Who Remains from Loki are not variants. They’re actually and literally the same person.

That’s the subject of our latest Marvel Cinematic Universe video, in which we explain how Kang and He Who Remains could be the same guy from different points in their own timeline. That’s because He Who Remains and Kang have the same objective: Stop the other Kang variants, and preserve the multiverse by creating and then controlling a singular, circular timeline. We also look at the parallels between Kang and He Who Remains, and explore how he could have turned from the former into the latter after the events of Quantumania. Watch our full breakdown of this theory below:

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If you liked that video on how Kang and He Who Remains are actually the same person, check out more of our videos below, including how Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Kang’s technology connects to a bunch of other movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, what happens after Quantumania, and whether critics are being too hard on the film. Plus, there’s tons more videos over at ScreenCrush’s YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to catch all our future episodes. The next Marvel movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, is now playing in theaters everywhere.

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Min Jin Lee

Free Food for Millionaires, Min Jin Lee's debut novel, was named one of the "Top 10 Novels of the Year" by The Times (London), NPR's Fresh Air, and USA Today. Her short stories have appeared on NPR's Selected Shorts. Her work has featured in Condé Nast Traveler, The Times (London), Vogue, Travel+Leisure, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times Magazine, and Food & Wine. Her articles and literary criticism have been frequently anthologized. She was a columnist for the Chosun Ilbo, South Korea's major newspaper. Her family and she live in New York.
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