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Will Ant-Man 3 Feature Fantastic Four In The Movie? Here Are Some Ideas

Okay, so the third installment which is going to be provided to us seems a bit grim first of all. But now it has been confirmed that this movie is surely happening, guys!! Also, Peyton Reed is taking up the helm once again! Now, with the achievement of Twentieth Century Fox, fans are all in wonder that whether their Marvel properties are going to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or not?

Many theories by fans have been put up about utilizing the Quantum Realm of Ant-Man to introduce the Fantastic Four. There is one theory that has gone too far that suggested that the third movie will introduce the Fantastic Four and the Kang the Conqueror.

A user on Reddit posted that Kang The Conqueror might be another big bad for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, by keeping the fact in mind that Thanos was teased in multiple movies before it was revealed to us in Avengers: Infinity War about him gaining unexpected power. He suggests that the same plot might be followed for this big bad.

Peyter Reed has shared with us his interest in the introduction of the Fantastic Four and them taking a lead. He said that the Fantastic Four are the real crown jewels of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They are the first family of Marvel. He thinks that there is a version of Fantastic Four that is yet to be rendered in the movies that would really, really excite him and he thinks that there are certainly about 6 different ways to introduce the Fantastic Four in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a very satisfying way.

No matter how the Fantastic Four are introduced, fans just wish it is very soon. Fans are also worrying about X-Men. Though, if you have watched ten or so movies of him, you will understand that all the endings of it are quite mixed up.

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