The following contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Ant-Man and the Wasp. Come check it out after you've seen the film.
We knew that Ant-Man and the Wasp wasn't going to dwell too much on the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe story currently going on, but that doesn't mean it hasn't left us with its own big questions we need answered. The last Marvel movie of the year has set up the finale of the current phase of the MCU to get going next year, and while Avengers: Infinity War left us with far more questions than answers, the newest movie has just piled on top of that with more questions.
We now know what Ant-Man and the Wasp were doing during the events of Avengers: Infinity War, but we have even less idea what's going to happen next. Here are the biggest questions we have after seeing Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Where Exactly Is Ghost?
The last time we actually see Ghost in the film, she's on the run. She's been at least somewhat healed by Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), but she has come to come to terms with what she did in order to try and get better and she clearly understands she's done some bad things. However, in the post-credits scene to Ant-Man and the Wasp, we see our heroes trying to obtain more healing particles from the Quantum Realm in order to help her. This tells us that Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen) will need more help before she is truly healed. It also implies that they know she needs the help, and that they think they can get these particles to her. Is Ghost on the run, or is she working with this team now?
What Exactly Is Janet Now?
After spending decades inside the Quantum Realm, Janet Van Dyne has absorbed a great deal of energy. She's able to simply infuse Ghost with some of it, which has at least begun the healing process -- even if it hasn't fixed her entirely. She clearly understood that she had the power, so she seems to know what it is... and what it can do. But we're clueless. Is she still human? Is she some other form of life now? How will this power affect the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future?