Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania It would be a huge entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. First, it will be the first time viewers have seen Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror since they last saw one of his variants in lokiThe first season. But this villain won’t be alone – as I originally reported by The Direct, he’ll be joined by the iconic MODOK.
Standing as a mechanical object designed only for killing, the Big Bad is classically seen as an oversized floating head with tiny arms and legs. In fact, Patton Oswald recently starred in an FX animated comedy that focuses on the big bad.
In the source material, the character was once named George Tarleton, an advanced ideas mechanics worker. Then the evil company began to conduct experiments on him, giving him supernatural intelligence. This caused the skull to swell and look bloated. And it also happened that he gained psychic powers and an advanced throne to sit upon.
So, what would the character look like in the MCU? Well, based on the reaction to the footage shown at San Diego Comic-Con, it will look different but similar.
Big change for MODOK in the MCU
During San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Marvel Studios showed the first footage Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. The teaser featured Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang taking on his newfound fame, Katherine Newton’s Cassie Lang, Jonathan Majors’ ominous Kang performance, and the reveal of Bill Murray joining the MCU.
There was also the official reveal of MODOK joining the three quel. The trailer only showed what appeared to be a single shot of the character — but that was enough to confirm the switch was changed.
It looks like the character will be fully automated. The audience reports that the image of the massive face is still intact, but instead, a large golden face with crimson-red eyes is being interrogated – suggesting that it is all mechanical.
No other information was available about who might be playing the character or if there were any organic items in play.
How will Marvel Studios change the look of MODOK?
When it comes to MODOK, if it is to be adapted to the MCU, it will obviously bring some big changes. Even with all that, it seems so Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Retain the visual spirit of the character – especially if the audience is able to identify with him so quickly.
There is still a big question about who he plays with. Will the character be the same person from the comics who has yet to be hinted at in the MCU up to this point? Or will it be someone else entirely?
Given how menacing Kang would look like in the Quantum Realm, hence the movie’s title, does that mean MODOK Helmets are from there? Could it be the result of someone trapped, like Janet Van Dyne has been for so long?
It might be nice before fans can see the footage for themselves. There will probably be at least a public trailer to go along with it Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverIt premieres on November 11 later this year.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania In theaters February 17, 2023.
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