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Avengers 5, subtitled The Kang Dynasty, premieres on May 2nd, 2025. That’s assuming Marvel or Disney don’t reshuffle the MCU’s release dates anymore. That means about two and a half years of waiting for this first big Avengers adventure of the Multiverse Saga. The film will set up the showdown in Secret Wars (Avengers 6), much like Infinity War did for Endgame at the end of the Infinity Saga.
That also means Marvel is going to gear up to start production on The Kang Dynasty soon and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania sets that movie up. As a result, we’ll see even more Kang Dynasty rumors and leaks, including detailed accounts of the film’s purported plot. It so happens that we have a new leak on our hands, which lists the purported team of Avengers who will face all of the Kang (Jonathan Majors) variants in the movie. The leak also gives us an account of the events in Avengers 5.

While we can’t verify the leak at this stage, you should know that if the information in it is accurate, massive spoilers follow below.
The mods of MarvelStudiosSpoilers routinely run a Tales From The Mod Queue feature where they list some of the MCU leaks they receive from various sources. We saw one such episode reveal the entire plot of Wakanda Forever, which turned out to be very accurate.
That’s where The Kang Dynasty leak comes from. But this time, the mods could not verify the Avengers 5 leak. You’ll have to keep that detail in mind as you go over the following.
The source who revealed these early Kang Dynasty details listed all the Avengers who will be part of the story, and we’ll list them accordingly:
The source behind this massive Avengers: Kang Dynasty leak also snuck in a significant detail while explaining the Avengers roster above. It’s something we’ve been wondering about for a while. If true, this would explain what Marvel is trying to accomplish with these seemingly unconnected stories.
Apparently, Ms. Marvel’s bangle and Shang-Chi’s rings come from the same place. The old Multiversal War. And Kang (Jonathan Majors) wants them back.

Also interesting in the list above are the names of Kang variants that will help the main antagonist. One is Rama-Tut, which makes sense after the Moon Knight teasers. But Iron Lad will surely break hearts.
As for the Kang Dynasty plot, the leak says that Strange and Clea will face Kang in a universe where the bangle and rings come from. They’ll escape to Earth-616 and try to assemble a Multiverse protection team: Carol, Sam, Deadpool, Loki, Reed, and Scott. That’s how the universe gets its Illuminati, trying to protect Shang-Chi and Ms. Marvel.
Separately, Sam decides to assemble an Avengers team, with Scott going with him to find Hope. They’ll get Kate Bishop and Thor in the process. But that’s when the multiverse shatters, and Kang arrives during a street battle involving Spider-Man and Daredevil.
Kang will want to recruit his variants. That’s how he’ll find Iron Lad training with Rhodey and Riri. Sam will send Peter Parker after this group, but Iron Lad will turn on everyone.
In the ensuing fights, Kang and Iron Lad will capture Ms. Marvel.
Separately, Daredevil will recruit She-Hulk, as she’s at work in court. Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) won’t show up in Kang Dynasty, according to the leak. Apparently, World War Hulk doesn’t happen before Kang Dynasty.
Also, Richard Rider (or Nova) will seek the Avengers to help them against Kang.

The Avengers: Kang Dynasty leak notes that the story is still in early development. The source has yet to learn how Wonder Man and Moon Knight join the Avengers.
But Marvel apparently plans to have a Midnight Suns project out before Avengers 5. This will set up “Rama-Tut, Blade, Moon Knight, Wanda, and Jack being on a team.”
Separately, there will be a Young Avengers project before Kang Dynasty. But Sam will forbid Kate and Kamala to recruit more kids and teens unless it’s absolutely needed.
Finally, the Eternals will not be part of The Kang Dynasty, according to this Avengers 5 leak.
The source claims that the film will be almost three hours long, and that’s hardly surprising given all of the above. The multiverse will collapse at the end of this film.
Again, we can’t verify any of this, but that doesn’t make it any less exciting.
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Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it’s available.
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