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Nerdland wants to be a crude and edgy R-rated animated comedy. It's just a shame that it's neither, and, most importantly, really not funny at all.
While the abilities of Scott Langís Ant-Man suit are particularly useful when your job is to break into a place and steal some shit, he may not be the first the first guy you think of when it comes time to take on a team of superheroes you used to be friends with.
There's a place called Nerdland, where the desperate dreamers of the world try to make a name for themselves by any means necessary. Considering what goes down in the first trailer for the film of the same name, it looks like fun to visit, but hell to live in.
Pudd recently screened Captain America: Civil War under the guise of co-star Chris Evans, and the result is something as delightfully funny as one would expect.
Paul Rudd recently appeared on The Late Late Show and revealed that when he auditioned for the part of Jack Dawson in Titanic, he wanted the role badly because of his fatherís connection to the doomed ship.
Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan are about get married in their latest film together. But hold the rice and bubbles for now, as there's trouble in paradise for the these partners, and an unforeseen complication is about to make things a little more interesting.
Paul Rudd wasn't entirely sure what to expect when he signed up with Marvel, but as his role in the MCU continues to grow, he's on board for whatever comes his way.
hile Marvelís Ant-Man was not the smash hit that weíve come to expect from the MCU, the movie was a solid success with both critics and fans. Whether or not you thought Ant-Man was fantastic or forgettable, the movie still has problems.
The merchandise game that is always a big part of any major movie release can be interesting. In order to produce everything that fans are going to want, and have it ready when the movie comes out, it has to be produced months in advance.
Thereís an X-factor in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War that most of us havenít really talked about yet. Thereís been a new addition to the MCU since the last big team-up movie, Ant-Man.
The MCU concluded Phase Two this year with two movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. During those adventures, some great new characters were introduced. Take a look at who we picked as this yearís best newbies.
In a cinematic world where there are talking raccoons from space and giant green rage monsters, somehow a movie about a really, really small hero seems silly, a fact, among others, pointed out by the new Ant-Man Honest Trailer.
Scott Lang is the hero in the movie Ant-Man. Having said that, heís not an entirely heroic figure to begin with, and a new deleted scene shows how he used his super suit for some less than noble ends.
Easter Eggs and references to other Marvel films are as much a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as super powers and diabolical villains. However, the need to remove scenes from a film are a standard part of movie making.
Will Waspís costume look like this? Will she already get an upgrade? It seems like everyoneís costume changes from film to film, but we havenít yet seen Evangeline Lilly IN the suit. Soon enough.
In a movie called Ant-Man there was really no way around the need to make the filmís insects important characters in their own right. Front and center in this endeavor was Antony, Scott Langís trusty steed.
Because of the two-dimensional medium of the comic book a characterís look was the single most important aspect of their creation. This led to some of the most iconic characters in the history of fiction. Now those unique looks are being translated to film.
Ant-Man and the Wasp will be the first Marvel movie to feature a duo as the main leads, putting Wasp on equal level as Ant-Man just like in their old comic book stories, and Peyton Reed wouldnít have it any other way.
While this past summerís Ant-Man was not the blockbuster that many have come to expect from Marvel Studios it was still a big success. Earlier this year Marvel officially announced plans to follow up on the Paul Rudd vehicle with Ant-Man And The Wasp.
There exists a great deal of potential in Marvel Studiosí upcoming Ant-Man And The Wasp. Not only will it wind up being the companyís first film with a titular female character, and the first to feature eponymous co-leads, but there is the opportunity to build upon what worked in Ant-Man, and work to avoid what didnít.