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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania | Official Trailer 2


Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania | Official Trailer 2




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  • Zisteau

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  • a_retarded_racoon

    From the first Ant-Man movie that was a silly, kinda cute heist movie to…this. Not saying it’s a bad thing but holy hell, Marvel is all in!

  • daninlionzden

    Lot of Kang in this one – seems the marketing has shifted to focus more on him and the influence he will have on the next several phases

  • ROBtimusPrime1995

    They are really leaning on “someone is going to die” in this film and it has me worried in a good way. The Ant-Man films have always been really comforting palate cleansers and it hurts that these characters are going to suffer in this film.

    It’s good for the MCU though and for the story, but man, I love Scott and his family.

  • NakedGoose

    You see Avatar 2 and the cgi is so insane and I see this and it’s certainly good, but what looks to be a whole movie of cgi. I’m not sure.

  • BenjaminTalam

    I’m so excited to see an Avengers villain actually developed and presented as a villain prior to the Avengers having to thwart him. I remember hoping every movie after Avengers 1 would have Thanos as a character and even the antagonist before Infinity War/Endgame. I really was hoping Thor 2 was going to be about Thanos demanding Asgard hand over Loki.

    People always say Marvel did a big 10 year build to Infinity War/Endgame but as far as Thanos goes he only actually popped up in Guardians of The Galaxy for a cameo and it wasn’t exactly consistent with his portrayal in the Avengers movies. They also just dismissed his Avengers post credit appearances for the most part.

    Seeing Kang as the full on villain of this movie and having Kang Dynasty on the way is just amazing to me and makes the character so much more interesting. It’s about time we finally got a villain that sticks around as long as the heroes. Loki is the only one and he doesn’t really count since he hasn’t been a villain since Avengers 1.

    Hopefully the way they’re handling Kang is a sign for how they’re going to treat other villains in the future too. I feel like we’ve been critical of Phase 4 not being cohesive and building to anything but by the end of phase 6 we’ll probably think the multiverse saga had 10x the buildup and connectivity that Phase 1/2/3 did.

  • PotatoBulletGun

    When Scott said that they just both have to lose, I got worried.

    Like how the hell can he even fight a guy that can rewrite existence itself?

  • HardcoreKaraoke

    Well this looks pretty damn epic. Kang looks great. I’m pretty sure this is going to end very bleak and will set Kang up as an absolute unstoppable force.

    I can’t wait!

  • Singer211

    So is Cassie getting into trouble now? It seemed like Scott was bailing her out of jail there. Which would be ironic given Scott’s history.

    “I don’t have to win. We both just have to lose.” I really liked how he delivers that line.

  • DerekComedy

    This is my first movie I worked on as an animator. The team was so incredibly welcoming. And kind in getting me started. One or 2 of the shots I worked on even made it into the trailer!

  • overDere

    Does Scott really need those five years growing up with Cassie that badly that he’s willing to risk the fate of the timeline that his fellow Avengers worked so hard for (and even died for)?

    All things considered his family seems mostly just fine. Maybe I can understand if he did it for those less fortunate (for example, parents who got snapped and found out that their baby died because no one could care for the baby) but the way the trailer framed this seems to be it’s mostly for himself

  • IMovedYourCheese

    Trailer makes the plot seem kinda…cookie cutter. Kang needs help from Scott. Makes a deal with him to give him back time with his daughter. Scott does the thing, and it turns out that thing helps Kang take over the world(s). Rest of the movie will be Scott trying to undo his actions. Ultimately someone (one/both of Hope’s parents) will sacrifice themselves and save the family, but Kang will still be successful and that will set up the next movie.

  • IMovedYourCheese

    Who will win in a fight – guy who has conquered all timelines and can control reality itself or a dude from San Francisco with a suit that can make him shrink in size?

  • Sea-Ad8910

    A surpising lack of Gregg Turkington in this trailer. We know his character Dale, the Baskin Robbins employee will be crucial to Marvel going forward. I think its already been confirmed that Gregg will star in at least 3 or 4 new Marvel movies in the future.. We also haven’t seen Tim Heidecker (star of Ant Man 2) at all which is strange because these Ant-Man movies are basically just a set up for his Whale Man series. Hopefully Gregg and Tim talk about their Marvel future on the Hei Network soon.

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