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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.
Flipping the bird has a long, illustrious history in movies, and this new supercut collects some of the most memorable, inappropriate, and hilarious instances.
We've seen the trailers. We've seen the posters. Now it's time for the onslaught of Ant-Man clips to begin, and the first is a juicy morsel. Discovering one's superpowers is not always the most seamless process, but Scott Lang's introduction is a trial by water.
Most of us have had some pretty crappy jobs, and superheroes are no exception. Watch as Paul Rudd gets fired from one of his in this international Ant-Man trailer.
While it sometimes seems like Ant-Man got lost in the MCU shuffle, the film actually occupies a place of great importance, closing out Marvel's Phase 2.
Comic book movie fans may still be coming down from the blockbuster high that was delivered earlier this year in the form of Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but Marvel Studios isn’t wasting any time giving movie-goers another taste of their Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel has never shied away from using humor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However, when they cast Paul Rudd in the lead for Ant-Man it was obvious that Marvel was looking for a more comedic tone than we had seen in previous films.
While Scott Lang’s future following Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War is uncertain, according to Paul Rudd, we’ll be seeing a lot of him in the MCU in the coming years.
Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang doesn’t have any superpowers on his own apart from the suit that lets him shrink down to the size of an ant. But he can fly…he just needs his trusty steed by his side.
The latest Ant-Man TV spot suggests that the diminutive blockbuster will be just as epic as its predecessors.
Ant-Man is blowing up! No, really. That's kind of his thing, to change his size. Ahead of the film's release this July, Marvel released a batch of new photos from their next superhero extravaganza.
When Ant-Man shrinks to the size of, well, an ant, everything looks huge, including bullets.
The comic-inspired costume that Paul Rudd wears in the upcoming Ant-Man seems to be controversy-free. However, some notable critics regarding the unitards’s utilitarian value happen to be the people who created the getup. Apparently, a gaping, potentially fatal flaw was left in the design for the sake of aesthetics for the would-be Avengers team member.
With only a few months left till the highly anticipated Ant-Man arrives in theaters, we are slowly putting the pieces together in what to expect. Now, big players in the cast and crew have opened up on the film in an exposing interview. Specifically, director Peyton Reed has teased an appearance from Earth’s Mightiest including Anthony Mackie’s Falcon and other Avengers.
Evangeline Lilly previously commented Ant-Man's changes of script and direction after Edgar Wright’s departure, but now she’s claimed that the main difference is that the new script is far more American.
Marvel likes to throw us curveballs. The one for Ant-Man, however, could possibly mean the inclusion of a surprise villain to battle both the size-shrinking Scott Lang and the rampaging Yellowjacket.
For now, what we know about Ant-Man is that it will be the final movie in Marvel’s Phase Two, and it’s going to establish Scott Lang (Rudd), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) as vital components of Marvel’s history… and the history of The Avengers. Find out how when the movie opens in theaters on July 17.
Marvel’s secrets are not safe. Intrepid reports have been breaking through the firewall and security details to gain all the information they can on the upcoming movies, and, for better or worse, we already know quite a bit about what’s coming for us down the road. But we’d never expect to see someone like Peyton Reed, the director of Ant-Man, to spoil his own movie.
Now that Marvel has unleashed Avengers: Age of Ultron unto the world and continues its worldwide box-office domination, the studio behind Earth’s Mightiest Heroes can focus on their next big (ahem, small) film: Ant-Man. A new poster for the size-shrinking hero has arrived.