'Ant-Man and The Wasp' trailer: The Quantum Realm explained

Sergio Cunningham
May 2, 2018

While Avengers: Infinity War is off breaking box office records, fans won't have to wait too long for the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The size banter between Scott and Bill is priceless, and I hope that we get to see at least a bit of Goliath in Peyton Reed's film.

You still hung up on that old and passé movie Avengers: Infinity War? It's confusing. Let's discuss. Hank Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne team up with Scott Lang to take on a new, weird, phasing sort of evil. After the events of Infinity War, we think that Ant-Man is going to have a huge role to play.

The trailer, launched this afternoon, also reintroduces us to the Quantum Realm; the dimension Ant-Man shrunk to in his first caper.

To help persuade us, the studio has dropped a brand-new trailer for the action-packed film, which sports a headlining duo for the first time in the Marvel Studios history.

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One of the trailer's highlights is, without a doubt, Evangeline Lilly as the Wasp.

There was a time that Ant-Man was Marvel Studios's most in-peril property, floundering without a director just weeks before shooting (and with an unfinished script). Considering how large and expansive Infinity War is, it's nice to be a little grounded (these will be the last puns, I swear).

But with both of them due to appear in Marvel's 2019 sequel, their upcoming solo adventure should explain their whereabouts. We get to see her abilities in full display when she fires energy blasts, transforms salt shakers, and just beats down bad guys.

The short video ends by showing Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly looking embarrassed and then announcing that a new trailer would be coming out tomorrow. It's possible this has created a domino effect where Ant-Man has had to be shifted to best maximise the two films. It also stars Michael Douglas as Hank Pym, Michael Pena as Luis, Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost and Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne.

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