Now that Ant-Man and the Wasp is in theaters, we have to talk about its impact on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly what’s revealed in the credits scenes.
Visual effects studio DNEG just released a behind-the-scenes look at its post-production work on the original Ant-Man movie, ahead of the sequel’s delayed release in the UK in a few weeks. It’s no surprise that shrinking actors to the size of an ant requires extensive digital fakery, but even the film’s cameo by…
When you see Ant-Man and the Wasp, keep your eyes peeled on the Quantum Realm. It may hold the keys to the future.
Ant-Man & The Wasp is a visually-stunning film that toys with your senses in order to create a larger-than-life adventure befitting any Marvel blockbuster. But the film’s most impressive technical feat isn’t one of the flashy CGI-powered stunts you’ve seen in the trailers.
Marvel securing the rights to use Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a minor triumph for the company, and before it happened, Captain America: Civil War would’ve been a little different.
At 16, Brett Smrz lost his leg after a freak trampoline accident. Today, Smrz is a professional stunt driver and one of two Ant-Man stunt doubles you’ll see in Ant-Man and the Wasp.
One of the last things we saw in the original Ant-Man film from 2015 was the Wasp suit that Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) was always destined to wear. Today, we got our first look at the suit she’ll don in next year’s Ant-Man and the Wasp and it’s a liiiiitle bit different.
Do you live near a Cinemark Theater? If so, carve out some time starting Friday to take a big screen trip back through the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Correction: Peyton Reed got me. No, the below photo is NOT from the set of his film. It’s in fact, according to commenter Robotstorm, from the set of The Incredible Shrinking-Man and taken from Life Magazine. So, I am an idiot. Apologies. -CE (news editor)
Popular director Edgar Wright is someone who prides himself on a broad, diverse knowledge of film. He’s the kind of person that tries to see every movie that comes out. Unless, of course, you’re talking about the film he was supposed to make and didn’t.
This weekend, Disney is set to premiere six different minute-or-so-long Ant-Man shorts, chronicling the everyday adventures of Scott Lang and his partner Wasp. While we’ve known for a while that French filmmakers Ugo Bienvenu and Kevin Manach were going to direct them, actually seeing their work in motion is…
Captain Marvel, the upcoming Marvel film starring Brie Larson, has largely been shrouded in mystery. Mainly, what will it be about, and how will Carol Danvers get her superpowers? We might finally have an answer—or at least a hint of one. And it’s all about a surprising connection with Ant-Man.
“Why on earth would you need more than one person to cosplay as Ant-Man?” you might ask. Well, here’s the ingenious answer, spotted at Rocky Mountain Con recently. Sure, it’s not the most intricately detailed of costumes, it’s definitely one of the most clever.
Poor Peyton Reed. The director just wants to have his own, small part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to himself and his ant-based hero. He’s honestly disappointed that Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) are showing up in other Marvel movies.
Concept artist Andy Park is a good person to follow on Instagram, since he routinely posts wonderful concept art from the various movies he’s worked on. Today, he drew the literal transformation of Ant-Man from Civil War.
Anyone who has ever had a pet knows the inevitable will happen, and that the circle of life is cruel and unavoidable. But when a dog, cat, horse, or other creature dies in a genre movie, the circumstances are often shaped by bizarre forces—supernatural, weird-science, and otherwise—that make a tragic loss even worse.…
“Whoa. You’re Captain America.” Scott Lang’s hilarious awe of Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War goes both ways later this week at Comic-Con, as each superhero is getting an awesome, exclusive new Mondo poster that’ll first be available at the event and we’re the first to bring them to the world.
Independence Day 3 may already be on the way. Deadpool 2 is definitely on the way. How the Flash messing up the timeline in his TV show has made one actor’s return very confusing. And the Suicide Squad movie receives its own bad theme song. Spoilers, yo!
Tucked into a Variety article listing several international projects that will be made in France—thanks to the country’s generous tax rebates on animation work—was this interesting bit of info: Marvel Animation is working on a pair of TV shorts series, Ant-Man and Rocket and Groot.
Is there anything better than the legs on Antony the ant here? Because we submit that there is not.