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Xochitl Gomez told Insider she hopes her Marvel character, America Chavez, "will get to be in a Kang-related project."
Gomez spoke with Insider Tuesday to promote the home release of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," out now.
The actor thinks her character may play an important role in Marvel's Multiverse Saga since her character travels the multiverse.
America Chavez could have a large role to play in the next phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
While speaking about the home release of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," Insider asked star Xochitl Gomez what she thought of Marvel announcing two new "Avengers" movies, "The Kang Dynasty" and "Secret Wars," at San Diego Comic-Con.
"I can't really ignore the fact that her powers are traveling the multiverse and the next chapter of the MCU is literally the Multiverse Saga," Gomez told Insider.
During the Saturday panel, Marvel Studios' president Kevin Feige told the Comic-Con crowd that Phases IV, V, and VI of the MCU are called the Multiverse Saga.
Chavez's powers allow her to traverse easily from one dimension of the MCU to another, a power which definitely may come in handy in the saga.
Insider suggested that she could possibly play a big role in the upcoming MCU titles, but Gomez said she didn't know, before talking about her excitement for 2025's "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," which will be directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, and how she hopes to share the screen with Jonathan Majors' character.
"Also, ['The] Kang Dynasty — I think it could be really cool, because Kang seems like a really great villain," Gomez said. "I'm just really excited to see what they have in store for him and what he's about to unleash."
Gomez added: "Hopefully, America will get to be in a Kang-related project. I think that would be really cool and I think that would be fun on my end. I'd be having a blast."
For now, Gomez said that her character has a lot she needs to figure out about herself. At the end of "Multiverse of Madness," we see America training at Kamar-Taj under the tutelage of Wong (Benedict Wong).
"I think America — she needs to learn some structure and some discipline," Gomez said. "There's a lot more to unpack with her story. Obviously with her power, she needs to learn more about them and herself and also her moms."
America absolutely needs to go on a journey to find her two moms, who Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange suggests are hopefully still out there in the vast universe.
"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is now available on digital, 4K, Blu-ray and DVD.
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