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We get our first look at M.O.D.O.K. in the newest Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer

We get our first look at M.O.D.O.K. in the newest Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer

In the upcoming Ant-Man sequel, Corey Stroll will play the supervillain MODOK .

There are numerous aspects in the new Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer to consider, which debuted yesterday. The presence of Corey Stroll as a new villain is a startling aspect of the film.

MODOK will be played by Yellowjacket actor Corey Stroll.
M.O.D.O.K is officially New part of the MCU

The Ant-Man 3 trailer shows us MODOK for the first time, and it’s little wonder the Marvel fandom is agog. The gigantic floating head is portrayed by Corey Stroll, as some astute viewers have noted. In the original Ant-Man film, the actor previously portrayed Darren Cross, alias Yellowjacket.

After his confrontation with Ant-Man, many people believed that Yellowjacket had passed away. As you may remember, Scott Lang tampered with Cross’ Yellowjacket outfit, leading it to malfunction and reduce the bad guy to nothingness.

It seems that Cross managed to survive the incident with Ant-Man and transformed into the cybernetic creature known as MODOK.

Who is MODOK in the MCU?


One of the most well-known antagonists in the Marvel comic books is MODOK, which stands for “Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing.” The X-Men, Fantastic Four, Incredible Hulk, and Captain America have all faced up against the supervillain.

The cybernetic bad guy has little arms and legs and resembles a big floating head. The character from the comic books gave up his body to get the biggest brain in the planet, which gave him hyper-intelligence.

MODOK is a psychic with a big headpiece that he uses to focus his mental talents into energy beams. An exoskeleton suit that is armed with lasers and missiles is used to sustain the floating head.

MODOK is only shown to viewers twice in the trailer. In the first case, MODOK and a few of his goons follow Kang as he walks with Ant-Man and his daughter Cassie. The villain, played by actor Corey Stroll, is clearly visible in this image.

The second image shows MODOK engaged in combat while sporting a battle mask over his head. His legs and limbs are seen in the scenario changing into weapons.

There is rumour that when Cross was vanquished by Ant-Man in the first film, he was taken to the Quantum Realm rather than dying. He might have encountered Kang the Conqueror in the microverse and used cutting-edge technology from the future to change him into MODOK.

According to reports, Janet van Dyne tampered with the ship of this Kang version, leaving it stuck in the Quantum Realm. In the Quantum Realm, Kang is looking for something that will allow him to fix his spacecraft and send his troops across the multiverse.

If the rumour is accurate, MODOK’s genesis narrative in the comic books is drastically different from that of the MCU version of the character. The significance of the Quantum Realm and the narrative Multiverse Saga, however, are in line with it.

Will MODOK resemble the Marvel comics supervillain? When Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania debuts on February 17, 2023, we will learn more.


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