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Ant-Man and the Wasp is the third movie Marvel released this year. And though it's hard to escape the shadow of Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther, that didn't stop the sequel from being a fun and entertaining adventure. The movie has racked in a not-at-all-shabby $600 million worldwide, outperforming the first movie in the process. The sequel is still playing in certain theaters, but it won't be long before it arrives on shelves filled with extras and deleted scenes. Maybe one of those scenes will be what Evangeline Lily teased earlier this week, which you can see below.
Nowadays, after movies release in theaters, it takes all about five minutes before they make it on Digital HD. So, you really won't have to wait much longer before the lastest MCU movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp, is available for purchase. It'll no doubt have a bunch of behind-the-scenes extras like cast and crew interviews, featurettes, and the always delightful gag reel. And, of course, there will be deleted scenes-- those that just weren't up to snuff to make it into the finished movie. It's anyone's guess as to what those scenes would be, but one of them might involve a trip to a taco truck.
Evangeline Lily played Hope van Dyne aka the Wasp in the superhero sequel, finally getting the chance to get in on the action. Lily has been engaging with fans on social media about her role, and teasing various elements of the sequel for a while. Her latest post shows off a still of some raw footage from Ant-Man and the Wasp that never made it into the movie. It involves Hope and Paul Rudd's Scott Lang walking together after stopping at a taco truck. Given their romantic history, they could be ironing out their feelings while dealing with the whole intangible lady wanting to kill them thing. If the scene was cut, it likely wasn't that important for the movie. Even Lily, perhaps jokingly, commented that the scene was bad.
The romance between Scott and Hope wasn't a significant focus of the movie, so it would have been interesting to see a scene that fleshes their relationship out a bit more. Most of their relationship happened offscreen, so it'd be nice to see what they are actually like when dating. There's always Ant-Man 3!
The release date for Ant-Man and the Wasp on Blu-ray and Digital HD isn't officially confirmed yet, but we'll be sure to keep a lookout for new details. For those MCU cinephiles, adding one more movie to the collection is a must, so be sure to stick with CinemaBlend, and we'll keep you updated on the latest information as soon as it's available.