Kang the Conqueror was inspired by the exile of a surprising historical figure

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania may not have been hot with critics so far (a 53 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes threatens to lead the way eternal), but it seems none of these criticisms extend to Jonathan Majors’ performance Kan the Conquerorand with the villain playing one of, if not the, greatest role in the entire Multiverse saga, the Marvel Cinematic Universe shouldn’t give up hope just yet.

In fact, Majors can always be counted on to bring his A-game to whatever he’s working on, no matter what Since 5 blood, devotionor The harder they falland no critics’ score can possibly quell the excitement that audiences should feel at what the actor brings at the end Quantumania.

The actor has never been shy about his highly intentional approach to acting; Once he takes on a role, he’s fully engaged in decoding the character’s essence, and according to Majors, in a recent interview with /Film, Kang was no exception, as the actor revealed that he was, of all people, basing himself on Napoleon Bonaparte on Capture the essence of the great villain of the multiverse saga.

“[Jeff Loveness is] very knowledgeable and steeped in history. He really helped us find Kang’s voice. We talked a lot about Alexander the Great, and we talked about Napoleon and all sorts of templates for that conqueror’s temperament, and especially Napoleon when he was exiled, right? He knows his stuff and is also such an enthusiastic person and I am very proud that he is the only credited writer on this film. I believe there is a voice.”

Of course, we imagine that exiling to the Quantum Realm is somewhat different than exiling to St. Helena, even if both Bonaparte and Kang weren’t particularly happy with the living conditions; one had to deal with arsenic poisoning, the other had to deal with being pushed out of time himself. But hey, who’s counting?

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Will hit theaters on February 17th.

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Adam Bradshaw

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