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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.
Ant-Man has still been making strides hauling in the big bucks overseas, and thatís helped it significantly, to the point that it will soon reach this big milestone.
With Ant-Man and The Wasp coming in 2018, a new primary antagonist is called for Scott and Hope to take on that will be a worthy successor to Yellowjacket. Here are the malevolent folks Marvel should take into consideration.
Though Ant-Man and the Wasp was just recently announced, Marvel isn't wasting any time getting the ball rolling and they're already in talks with a director, and it's one that will be familiar to fans.
One downside to Marvel having its Phase 3 plans on the table for all to see is that when the studio wants to make changes, it has to become headline news. For example, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) wasnít supposed to have a second movie on the docket for some timeÖ
It was a carefully guarded secret. Then, it showed up in a few of the early commercials. Now, the fantastic Ant-Man fight scene between Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, can be seen online.
There were many great moments featured in the footage that debuted yesterday during the D23 Expo, but nothing in the reel topped the final scene featuring Paul Ruddís Scott Lang. The moment served to only make us more excited about the upcoming blockbuster, but it also got us thinking: what exactly is Ant-Manís role going to be in the movie?
Like any movie in the Marvel canon, Paul Ruddís Ant-Man has a ton of Easter eggs, whether itís the presence of Casey Lang, who grows up to be Giant-Woman, or a cameo by Garrett Morris, who donned the Ant-Man suit for an SNL skit in 1979. But of all the hidden gems Marvel couldíve placed within their latest superhero flick, this one seems like a missed opportunity.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains big spoilers for Ant-Man. If you havenít seen the film yet, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.
Are you sick of all the Ant-Man trailers and TV spots spoiling key parts of the movie? If so, you're probably going to love this brand new marketing bit for the blockbuster, as it not only doesn't feature any spoilers, but actually doesn't even bother showing off any footage.
Feel free to go absolutely crazy in the comment section ranting and raving about the smallest details and biggest plot points of the entire movie. If you havenít seen the film yet, do yourself a favor and bail on this article. Then go see Ant-Man, and return to this exact story immediately afterwards.
After a few weeks of buildup in the Ant-Man viral campaign, the big conclusion is finally here. The fictional news station WHIH has launched their exclusive interview with soon-to-be-released inmate Scott Lang (Paul Rudd)... but unfortunately the chat didn't go over so well. Watch the video below to see what I mean!
On Michael Douglasí last day of shooting Ant-Man, his costar Paul Rudd had one last bit of fun by flashing him off camera. Well, he tried to anyway.
We still can't see Ant-Man until later this week, but now you can check out the main theme from the superhero movie and get a sense of the tone and atmosphere.
After Edgar Wright departed Ant-Man last year, Peyton Reed was hired as the new director. Fortunately for Wright and his fans, many of the elements the previous director drew on have remained intact, according to Reed.
As much as Ant-Man is a superhero adventure, like Marvelís other movies, itís also been heavily advertised as a heist movie. Nowhere is that more clear than this new featurette showing off the team that will assist Scott Lang.
According to star Paul Rudd, Ant-Man, despite its ludicrous size-shaping premise, showcases the most unassuming, relatable protagonist in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With Ant-Man two weeks away from release, Marvel is making one last marketing push to plug the tiny superheroís movie, and in the latest trailer, they name-drop their biggest superhero team as potential allies.
Marvel has a solid track record at the box office as of late, and if early indicators hold, it looks like their latest endeavor, Ant-Man, could be another financial success story.
Peyton Reed is very protective of Paul Rudd's Ant-Man, and when the directors of Captain America: Civil War stopped by the editing bay he got a little territorial.