Marvel Studios to Retitle ‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty’

Since Marvel Studios parted ways with Jonathan Majors, it’s seemed all but certain that they’d eventually retitle the Avengers film that included the name of his MCU character. Now, according to THR, they’ve made the decision to retitle Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.

According to THR insiders Aaron Couch and Borys Kit, Marvel Studios had been considering the change for some time after the less-than-enthusiastic response to Ant-Man and The Waps: Quantumania and Majors‘ legal troubles and subsequent firing by the studio seemed to be the final nail in the coffin. The studio began distancing itself from Quantumania by replacing writer Jeff Loveness, who wrote the Ant-Man threequel, with Michael Waldron, who was already writing the sixth Avengers film, Avengers: Secret Wars. Waldron’s experience in helping to create the Multiverse in Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness along with his understanding of Marvel lore made him an attractive option and allowed for creative continuity between the two-part Multiverse Saga finale.

Avengers 5 is still currently slated for a May 1st, 2026 release.

Source: THR

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