Small Details You Missed In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer

Small Details You Missed In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are
still reeling from the events of Avengers: Infinity War. Its cataclysmic climax instantly reshaped
the landscape of the decade-old franchise, and left countless questions about how Earth’s
Mightiest Heroes can possibly go on. Fortunately, mere days after Infinity War’s
theatrical premiere, Marvel has come to our emotional rescue with some sorely needed,
lighthearted adventure in the form of Ant-Man and the Wasp. The story might be much smaller in scale,
but it still promises to be jam-packed with action and adventure. While the trailer is full of big can’t-miss
moments … like a size-shifting car chase and a…giant ant playing the drums? … it’s
also got some teeny-tiny subtle things you might have missed. So grab your magnifying glass as we take a
closer look at the small details of the trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp. When are we? While Infinity War brings together just about
every Marvel hero yet seen on-screen, there were two conspicuous and absences: Hawkeye,
and Ant-Man. It was briefly explained in the movie that
the absent Avengers had accepted a house arrest deal with the government as a result of their
outlaw activities during the events of Captain America: Civil War. Rather than being outlaw Avengers, Barton
and Lang opted to stay close to their kids. To lead up to the new trailer, Marvel released
a cheeky video of the Infinity War stars speculating about where Ant-Man may have been during Thanos’
invasion. The trailer does give us a hint, with Scott’s
daughter, Cassie, asking how long he’s been back to being Ant-Man, to which Scott replies,
“not long.” We can assume, then, that it’s been a while
since Civil War, and that Scott Lang has been out of action for some time. More than that, the world we see here is obviously
not yet dealing with the world-shattering power of the Infinity Gauntlet, so it seems
likely that Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place sometime before Infinity War. A new anthill The cozy room where Scott and Cassie talk
is one we’ve never seen before. In the first Ant-Man, Scott was fresh out
of prison and sharing a tiny apartment with three fellow ex-cons, while Cassie lived comfortably
with her mother, Maggie. Cassie’s old room was left in shambles after
the climactic size-changing, Thomas-the-Tank-Engine-throwing battle with Yellowjacket. With Scott lounging in a robe and boxes still
unpacked, it seems Cassie’s makeshift attic room could be in his house. Not only does this suggest continued growth
and healing in the Lang family dynamic, it indicates that Scott has upgraded his home. It’s possible Hank Pym has taken in his protégé,
since the house that doubled as Ant-Man’s headquarters was pretty spacious. At any rate, if Scott’s heroic deeds have
landed him under house arrest, it’s comforting to know he’s at least been confined to a nice
house. Young Avenger Scott explains to Cassie that falling back
into his Ant-Man antics “just sort of happened,” and his enthusiastic daughter replies that
she wishes she could also fight bad guys like her dad. Not only is this a nice father/daughter moment,
it could prove to be some pretty significant foreshadowing. In the comics that she comes from, Cassie’s
wish comes true. In the comics, a teenage Cassie Lang begins
secretly experimenting with her father’s stash of Pym Particles. Eventually, she finds she can change size
just like him, though her powers are linked to her emotional state. She takes on the superhero name of Stature
and joins the Young Avengers team. Ant-Man and the Wasp finds actress Abby Ryder
Forston returning three years after portraying Cassie in the first Ant-Man. Intriguingly, however, teenage actress Emma
Fuhrmann has joined the cast of 2019’s fourth Avengers movie, and is rumored to also be
playing Cassie alongside Forston. Not only does this report hint at a potential
time-travel solution to the problems caused by Infinity War, it suggests that Marvel does
indeed have big plans for Cassie. X-Con Scott’s likable criminal roommates Luis, Dave,
and Kurt stole the show in the first Ant-Man, providing some of the movie’s funniest moments
and proving indispensable in a heist. The new trailer reveals that in their continuing
efforts to go legit, the trio has started X-Con, a start-up home security business dedicated
to using their criminal expertise to make their clients’ homes burglar-proof. The trailer’s brief glimpse of the X-Con office
reassures us that just because they’re legitimate businessmen, our favorite robbers haven’t
forgotten how to live large. Their workspace is classed up with a cozy
aquarium and a record player accompanied by a large collection of vinyl albums. We wouldn’t expect anything less from Luis
… that guy has good taste. “I was at a wine tasting with my cousin Ernesto. It was mainly reds, but you know I don’t like
reds, man, but there was rose that saved the day, it was delightful.” Business Brunch with Burch While he doesn’t speak in his appearance,
the trailer provides our first look at Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch, seen stealing the
suitcase-sized Pym building. It’s unclear from the trailer who Burch works
for or what he’s after, though in the comics he’s a weapons contractor who’s been allied
with Ant-Man nemesis Darren Cross and Iron Man rival Obadiah Stane. Since both of those villains have already
shown up and been dealt with in the MCU, Burch’s allegiance is anyone’s guess. What we can surmise, however, is that Hope
Van Dyne tries to settle a dispute with Burch amicably, and it doesn’t go well. A brief shot in the trailer shows the Wasp
strolling calmly away from him in a restaurant, only to crash through the establishment’s
kitchen moments later for a knife-throwing, tomato-smashing fight scene. Quantum questions According to Luis, part of the movie’s plot
involves an intangible villain named Ghost, who stole some of Hank Pym’s powerful tech
after he began venturing into the Quantum Realm … also known in the comics as the
Microverse. We get a quick look at this subatomic world,
and at least one of the two Ant-Men exploring its surreal wonders in a superpowered vehicle. This quest into the quantum space was set
up in the first Ant-Man movie, with Scott going subatomic to stop Yellowjacket. His successful return to normal size raised
some important questions for Hank, whose wife Janet … the original Wasp … heroically
sacrificed herself during the Cold War, becoming lost in the Quantum Realm. But as the first movie revealed, a ride to
the Quantum Realm isn’t necessarily one-way. If Ant-Man and the Wasp discover a way to
travel into and out of the tiny netherworld, it could have implications for the entire
MCU … perhaps even providing a way to defeat Thanos. Where’s Janet? The Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer continues
to play coy about the arrival of a fan favorite character to the MCU. In the comics, Janet Van Dyne was a founding
member of the Avengers, and even gave the team their name. As the only female member of the original
lineup, the character filled an important role in Marvel history, and fans have been
waiting patiently these ten long years for her to soar onto the silver screen. Janet almost made it to the first Avengers
movie in 2012, but that plan fell through during rewrites. Three years later, Ant-Man further teased
Wasp fans by banishing her to the Quantum Realm, and merely promising that her daughter
Hope would eventually pick up the mantle. We know that Michelle Pfeiffer will play Janet
in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and though the new poster features her prominently, the trailer
is still saving this long-delayed debut for later. Or is it? There are a couple of super-quick shots that
might just hint at Janet’s presence. First, as Ant-Man drifts through the Quantum
Realm, something streaks past him in a blur. Later, Wasp can be spotted jumping into a
fistfight wearing not Hope’s new suit, but what appears to be Janet’s old one, as seen
in the first movie’s flashback. Who is Goliath? The trailer ends with our first introduction
to Laurence Fishburne’s character, Dr. Bill Foster. Though Fishburne was announced for the role
of Foster in 2017, the trailer is our first confirmation that the character’s history
as Goliath will also make it to the screen: He mentions the name in regards to his past
with Pym before getting into a bit of a size debate with Lang. Goliath is a name with some interesting comics
lineage, having been used not only by Hank Pym but Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, too. In the comics, Bill Foster was introduced
as Pym’s lab assistant in the ’60s, making him one of Marvel’s first prominent black
characters. A decade later, he would use the Pym Particles
to his own advantage, becoming the third person to fill the oversized boots of Goliath, briefly
becoming known as “Black Goliath” in a self-titled solo series. We don’t know yet whether we’ll see Foster
suit up as Goliath in Ant-Man and the Wasp, but we can be sure the movie will continue
to expand the history of Marvel’s super-scientists. So move over, Iron Man. Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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94 thoughts on “Small Details You Missed In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer”

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  2. My theory is that the ant man movie was happening around the same time infinity war was happening. I think that whent the credits roll of antman we see people disappear from California. And antman knows something went south

  3. The movie looks like it will focus on Hope Van Dym and its emotional connection to the Original Wasp…I just hope they dont kill the OG Ant-man and Wasp

  4. With Pfieffer and Fishburn in the Ant Man movie, it seems people are jumping off the DCEU ship

  5. That's a shitty explanation for having no Hawkeye and Ant-Man in Infinity War….house arrest??……how could cops ever enforce that against them??

  6. i feel like at the end or end credits of ant man and the wasp might be when thanos does the snap

  7. Best bet is that someone close to Ant-Man (probably Hope Wasp or Hank Pym) will disappear to dust, provoking Scott to rejoin the Avengers

  8. Where we see the possible OG Wasp, the Ant-Man suit is also seems to be the older one worn my Hank Pym, so it might be just a flashback.

  9. It would be pretty dramatic, if Scott Lang disintegrates at the end of „ant man and the wasp“ and his daughter has to grow up without him.

  10. all I know is that the quantum realm is gonna have a big thing to do with defeating or escaping Thanos. They mentioned it doesnt follow the rules of time and space…oh yeah Evangeline Lilly is hot af and I wanna marry her

  11. gotta wait for new rockstars for videos like this lol
    edit: new rockstars litterally just put out a video 5 min ago lol ok bye looper

  12. Maybe the post credit scene will be one of them fading away… just my idea though.

  13. I still think it's bullshit that a giant ass man holding a truck down and breaking the fucking street yet the truck is still rolling for a good 20-30 feet… tf there wasn't even anyone in the truck. What.

  14. Dude why wasn't ant-man in infinity war????? He could just crawl in thanos' ear and then grow back to normal size, thanos' head would explode

  15. It would be great if it ties into Infinity War by having at least one of them erased at the end.

  16. i have a theory, they casted Emma Fuhrmann as an older Cassie right?, so maybe they all went inside the quantum realm and when they got out it was years later. But in all fairness, I don't know how my theory weave to Infinity War 😂

  17. What if ant man and the wasp takes place after the events of infinity war but somehow everything was back to normal

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  19. I think when the ant had the house arrest on it was that antman could go do what he needed to do in the movie if u get what im saying

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