5 storylines Marvel can use for replacing Jonathan Majors in the MCU

Now that Jonathan Majors has been found guilty, Marvel has fired the actor. Can the character of Kang still be used without the original actor? Turns out, yes, in fact, Kang might be the easiest character in MCU history to recast.

Jonathan Majors as Kang The Conqueror in Marvel Studios' ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA. Photo by Jay Maidment. © 2022 MARVEL.
Jonathan Majors as Kang The Conqueror in Marvel Studios' ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA. Photo by Jay Maidment. © 2022 MARVEL. /
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1. When there's something Strange...in your multiverse

Marvel's What If introduced a lot of things fans love like a version of Ant-Man that could kill every Avenger, Peggy Carter's Captain Carter, and my personal favorite, a version of Doctor Strange that straight up broke down, absorbed every old god into his person to use as weapons, and take over and wipe out the multiverse.

In fact, his whole thing is about going from one dimension to the next trying to find a way of getting his dead wife back all the while absorbing beings with abilities that help his case.

What better person to absorb when you're trying to prevent a death than the master of time? Not only does this give this version of Doctor Strange a better control over time itself but by absorbing Kang you don't have to worry about the cleanup of what to do with the dead Kangs lying around. Heck, have Doctor Strange absorb a TON of them.

Not only would it give Benedict Cumberbatch a chance to flex his more villainous side, but it would be solid payback for how dirty they did Wanda with Multiverse of Madness.

So those are just five ways to get this done but there are so many other ways. Variant Lokis, madness from the Endgame time travel bit, Maestro from the Hulk. This is an honestly easy problem for Marvel to fix and I can't wait to see what they pick.

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