7 Most Anticipated Upcoming MCU Villains Confirmed By Marvel

The mcu the list of villains is huge, and with all the new phases confirmed at Comic-Con, the list is only getting longer. With Thanos dead, the Avengers disbanded, and the multiverse raging, there’s still plenty of chaos for our Marvel heroes to contend with. With many new heroes coming to the fore, there are just as many menacing villains stepping up to get in their way.

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Now, the MCU isn’t exactly known for its villains, but it seems Kevin Feigeand co. are about to change that for the upcoming phases. Gorr the butcher god (Christian Bale) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) both brought memorable killer moments in Phase 4, and it looks like that trend will continue with all of the upcoming villains making their screen debuts.


Titania – ‘She-Hulk’

The Hulk family is about to get bigger with the introduction of Bruce Banner’s cousin, Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a bachelor lawyer in his thirties who also has the incredible ability to transform into a giant, green, super-powered Hulk. With her newfound powers, Jennifer will have to navigate the life of being both a superhero and a lawyer.

As Jennifer hones her powers, a new threat comes in the form of Jameela Jamilit isTitania. First introduced in the iconic comic storyline Secret Wars, Titania is a longtime rival of She-Hulk. Though the actress said her version of the character would be very different from her comic book counterpart and claims she’s one of the “most annoying” villains in the MCU.

Namor – “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

The passing of Chadwick Boseman was a loss to all, leaving very big shoes to fill for black panther next exit. It is still unclear exactly who this person may be, with many hints aimed at T’Challa’s sister, Shuri (Letitia Wright), take control. The sequel will follow the people of Wakanda caught in the middle of warring major world powers as they mourn the loss of their king.

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Without a leader, Wakanda is most vulnerable, and to make matters worse, a new threat has emerged: the King of Atlantis, Namor (Tenoch Huerta). Namor is part of MarvelThe oldest comic book characters who were one of the few to conquer the “invincible” nation of Wakanda. Could this be what awaits Shuri and the rest of the Wakandans?

Kang – “Ant-Man and Wasp: Quantumania”

by Paul Rudd Ant-Man is back and this time he, Wasp (Evangeline Lily), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) set out to explore the Quantum Realm. There, they’ll discover strange creatures and even encounter the MCU’s next Thanos-level threat; Kang the Conqueror.

Kang (Jonathan Majors), which was first introduced in by Lokiseason finale, set to be the MCU’s next Big Bad, with the ability to cross the multiverse and wreak havoc. One of the most interesting things about Kang is that there are multiple versions of him littering the multiverse, some good some bad, the worst being Kang the Conqueror, who bends the multiverse to his will.

High Evolutionary – ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’

The ragtag group of misfit guardians of the galaxy are back for one last spin in by James Gunn latest movie from Guardians Trilogy. Still grappling with the loss of her love, Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Star Lord (Chris Pratt) and the rest of the Guardians embark on a mission to defend the universe that will lead them to terrible secrets involving some of the crew’s pasts.

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It was revealed at Comic-Con that At Chukwudi Iwuji High Evolutionary will play a big part in Gotg Vol. 3. The actor claims he’s a “misguided sociopath” who seeks to help humanity with his twisted experiments. Iwuji also said that his character has ties to several members of the Guardians, particularly Rocket, which he is responsible for creating.

Adam Warlock – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

The High Evolutionary isn’t the only new character to enter the MCU’s cosmic scene. Newcomer Poultry will join the massive cast as the incredibly powerful and iconic Adam Warlock. First teased in an end credit scene in GotG Vol. 2, Warlock was shown in a golden cocoon soon awakened by the Sovereigns.

Adam Warlock has a long history within Marvel Comics, also with ties to the film’s antagonist, The High Evolutionary. He’s an extremely powerful cosmic being who could cause real trouble for the Guardians.

Skrulls – “Secret Invasion”

Disney+it is upcoming series, Secret Invasion, prepares to be a game changer in the MCU. With Samuel L. Jacksonit is Nick Fury in the lead, the grumpy secret agent teams up with his old Skrull pal, Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), to uncover a nefarious plot involving a sinister sect of Skrulls who have infiltrated the highest echelons of Earth society.

The Skrulls have been a longtime enemy of Marvel heroes in the comics, while their MCU counterparts have been portrayed in a much more sympathetic light inCaptain Marvel. However Secret Invasionseems to take these alien shapeshifters back to their villainous roots. With the ability to transform into anyone they want and infiltrate any position, the Skrulls will pose a formidable threat to Fury and his crew as they attempt to uncover this mysterious conspiracy.

MODOK – ‘Ant-Man and Wasp: Quantumania’

Kang won’t be the only major villain to make an appearance in the third The ant Man. The giant-headed killing machine, MODOK, is set to finally make its live-action debut. Originally a man who worked for an arms sales company, MODOK was experimented on until his skull grew larger and he gained heightened intelligence.

It’s still unclear what MODOK’s role will be in the upcoming film, but his story will definitely be involved in Kang’s in some way. Now, it’s still a mystery who will play the big-headed villain, but a rumor claims that Bill Murraywho is confirmed to play an unknown role, could indeed be the villainous voice of MODOK

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