Ever since Marvel Studios announced Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, fans have been going crazy and desperately want to see it. It was recently announced that Jeff Loveness would write the movie and he might have teased when production will start.
Obviously, Marvel will be tight-lipped about their next big crossover film, so all we can do is piece together clues. Did Loveness drop a massive hint? Or are fans just overanalyzing things like they usually do?
When is Jeff Loveness writing Avengers: The Kang Dynasty?
Appearing at Grand Canyon University as a guest, Jeff Loveness revealed he’ll script Avengers: The Kang Dynasty “in two weeks.” Murphy’s Multiverse detailed the announcement, which was made last week on September 16, indicating that Loveness might still be pitching.
Should things go smoothly, there’s a good chance that the next Avengers movie could start its production sometime in 2023. Granted, this is Marvel we’re talking about, so we’re sure more rewrites are bound to happen, but anything can happen.
Fans are also speculating on a possible 2024 production date since the film doesn’t come out until 2025. Then again, if this is anything like Infinity War and Endgame, Marvel could film both movies back-to-back to save time.
Jeff’s got this
It’s a lot of pressure to write a Marvel film, let alone a massive crossover like Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. However, Jeff Loveness has already completed work for Marvel with his script for next year’s Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. It seems the writer is familiar with their methods and he should be fine.
Unfortunately, Jeff will also have to go through a lot of annoying questions from hardcore MCU fans who want to know everything. Then again, Loveness has also written Rick and Morty so that aspect isn’t new to him.
Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania comes out early next year, while Avengers: The Kang Dynasty hits theaters in 2025.