THE BLACK KNIGHT Will Reportedly Be Connected To ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Quantum Realm

THE BLACK KNIGHT Will Reportedly Be Connected To ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Quantum Realm

THE BLACK KNIGHT Will Reportedly Be Connected To ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Quantum Realm

Ant-Man and The Wasp might be even more important to the MCU than you think, as The Black Knight is reportedly on his way to the big screen, with his origin mysteriously connected to the Quantum Realm...

Back in September, it was revealed that Marvel might be thinking about making an all-new team-up movie, uniting Captain Britain and the Stan Lee and Dick Ayers-created Black Knight in a flick directed by Guy Ritchie (Sherlock Holmes, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.). While the rumored movie’s production was apparently set to start in November, Ain't It Cool News' report may not be completely false.

According to MCU Cosmic Founder Jeremy Conrad, Marvel Studios is actually thinking about bringing Dane Whitman to the big screen at some point in the future. Conrad even claims that Marvel already knows how to introduce this generally niche superhero and the key word is – The Quantum Realm.

Although Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige did emphasize The Quantum Realm's importance on numerous occasions, it truly might be the key to the MCU going forward, as it was introduced in 2015's Ant-Man and shown in its full glory in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Conrad also pinned a photo of the mysterious city hidden in the Microverse, suggesting it was much more than just a simple Easter Egg in AM&TW.

It’s unclear if Marvel is still developing that rumored Captain Britain and The Black Knight film, but it looks like fans of this old-school hero wielding the powerful Ebony Blade can look forward to the future. Still, you should keep in mind that it’s just a rumor and nothing has been officially confirmed regarding the appearance of The Black Knight (and Captain Britain) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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