Ant-Man and the Wasp Official Trailer | Hindi | CliptoManiac INDIA


So, how long have you
been Ant-Man again? No… it just sort of happened.I wish I could fight
bad guys like you!
I seem to mess it up
almost all time. Maybe you just need
someone watching your back. Hi!Like a partner.“Hit it!” Dr. Pym. I actually heard
what happened to you.Ya’ll went down to Quantum Realm.
That’s what’s this, crazy Ghost
who, like, walk through walls
and stuff. It stole your tech.And now she wants to take
over the world, or whatever.
Who would believe that in your
hour of need you would turn to us?
Not me. Because we robbed you. Do you remember? That’s us. “I wanna rock right now!” The only chance we’ve got, “I wanna rock right now!”is both of you.“I wanna rock right now!”Ant-Man and the Wasp, teaming up!Follow my lead.“I wanna rock right now!” She seems… more intense. “Hit it!” “It takes two to make
a thing go right!” “It takes two to
make it outta sight!”You go low, I go high.I have wings, why
would I go low?
We’re gonna die!
I don’t wanna die! We didn’t die! What did I miss? We were just tiny! “It takes two to make
a thing go right!” I was partners with Hank
on a project called “Goliath”. How big did you get? By record? 21 feet.
– You… 65 feet.
– 65? If you two are finished
comparing sizes..? 65.

Ant-Man & Wasp 2018 aka Ant-Man 2, Avengers Infinity War BILLION Budget – Beyond The Trailer

Ant-Man & Wasp 2018 aka Ant-Man 2, Avengers Infinity War BILLION Budget – Beyond The Trailer


So New York Comic Con kicks off today and while Marvel Studios isn’t officially presenting at the convention they came in this morning like a BOSS to make some major headlines that I actually think will be, when all is said and done, the biggest news to come out of the convention even though again they’re not officially presenting there! And I think that this just shows, not only how competitive and how much Marvel dominates the comic book movie discussion but also that it’s getting so competitive! Now we have TWO things we’re going to talk about that broke this morning: one is rumor and one is legitimate announcement from Marvel itself. And we’re gonna start with the rumor because it’s a lot of fun!

The Ant People, The Flying Shields And The Annunaki

The Ant People, The Flying Shields And The Annunaki


For thousands of years, the Hopi Indians have
lived on the high desert of northern Arizona. This barren but beautiful landscape was the
place where Hopi gods directed them to build a number of villages made up of pueblos, what
we today would call stone apartment complexes. Here the Hopi managed to flourish by simply
growing corn, beans, and squash with very little rainfall and almost no irrigation. The Hopi people have unique legends and myths
and one of the most interesting of them is related to what they call the Ant People. The cooperative and hard working spirit of
ants sometimes features in Native American folktales, as it does in the folklore of many
cultures around the world. In some southwestern tribes, ants played a
more important mythological role. In the Cahuilla creation myth, it was ants
who spread the earth out for people ant animals to live upon, and in Hopi mythology, it was
the Ant People who sheltered humans underground during the destruction of the First World. In northern California tribes, ants were said
to predict earthquakes, and it was considered taboo to disturb their nests. In South America, ants are more often portrayed
as warriors in Indian legends, probably because of the painful sting inflicted by South American
fire ants, and some Native South American initiation rites involve young people subjecting
themselves to ant bites. In Mesoamerica the Maya, who share many cultural
traits with the Hopi, tell legends of ant-like men building stone cities and roads during
the First Creation. These peculiar beings possessed magical powers
and could summon stones into proper architectural positions by just whistling. Ants are also associated with either warfare
or hunting. The Hopi believe that both traits are related
to Orion in particular and stars in general. This tribe also connects black ants with witchcraft. The Hopi word Toko­anu literally means flesh
ant, the large dark red ant with a painful sting. On the other hand, the Red Ant Society of
the Zuni, a tribe that lives near the Hopi, is associated with healing. One of the most intriguing Hopi legends involves
the Ant People, who were crucial to the survival of the Hopi, not just once but twice. The so-called “First World” was apparently
destroyed by fire, possibly some sort of volcanism, asteroid strike, or coronal mass ejection
from the sun. The Second World was destroyed by ice, Ice
Age glaciers or a pole shift. During these two global cataclysms, the virtuous
members of the Hopi tribe were guided by an odd-shaped cloud during the day and a moving
star at night that led them to the sky god named Sotuknang, who finally took them to
the Ant People. The Ant People then escorted the Hopi into
subterranean caves where they found refuge and sustenance. As we read from the “Book of the Hopi”:
“….he lead them to a big mound where the ant people lived, stamped on the roof and
commanded the Ant people to open their home. When an opening was made on top of the anthill
Sotuknang said to the people – “now you will enter this ant kiva where you will be safe
when I destroy the World. When you are here I want you to learn a lesson
from these ant people. They are Industrious, they gather food in
the summer for the winter. They keep cool when it is hot and warm when
it is cold. They live peacefully with one another, they
obey the plan of creation” – Book of the Hopi p.15 In this legend the Ant People are portrayed
as generous and industrious, giving the Hopi food when supplies ran short and teaching
them the merits of food storage. In fact, another legend says that the reason
why the ants have such thin waists today is because they once deprived themselves of provisions
in order to feed the Hopi. Each February inside their kivas the Hopi
perform the Bean Sprouting Ceremony, or Bean Dance, called Powamu. During this time the fires are continuously
kept ablaze, turning these structures into superb hot houses. The ritual commemorates a time when the Anu
Sinom or Ant People, taught the Hopi how to sprout beans inside caverns in order to survive. It is interesting to note that the Babylonian
sky god was named Anu. The Hopi word for “ant” is also anu, and
the Hopi root word naki means “friends.” Thus, the Hopi Anu-naki, or “ant friends,”
may have been the same as the Sumerian Annunaki, the beings who once came to Earth from the
heavens. Also, another interesting point from Hopi
lore, is their flying shields. During the Third age that ended with a great
flood, similar to Noahs flood and that of the Gilgamesh epic, the Hopi legends state
that people built flying shields with the capacity to move rapidly between distant points
in the World. These flying shields are quite similar to
Vimanna Aircraft of Ancient India, the flying saucers of the ancient Indians on the other
side of the Globe. The Hopi called their flying craft “patuwvota”. As we can read in 2 different points from
the “Book of the Hopi”: “The other people hardly heard them. Under the leadership of the Bow Clan they
began to use their creative power in another evil and obstructive way… But some of them made a patuwvota… and with
their creative power made it fly through the air. On this many of the people flew to a big city,
attacked it, and returned so fast no one knew where they came from. Soon the people of many cities and countries
were making patuwvotas and flying on them to attack one another. So corruption and war came to the Third World
as it had to the others.” “See,” said Sotuknang, “I have washed away
even the footprints of your Emergence; the stepping-stones which I left for you. Down on the bottom of the seas lie all the
proud cities, the flying patuwvotas, and the worldly treasures corrupted with evil, and
those people who found no time to sing praises to the Creator from the tops of their hills. But the day will come, if you preserve the
memory and the meaning of your Emergence, when these stepping-stones will emerge again
to prove the truth you speak.” The flying shields of the Hopi vanished at
the end of the third age, the Great Flood. As described by Hopi legend. The works of Zecharia Sitchin present a theory
of a twelfth planet in our solar system that was instrumental in the history of the Earth. The race of extraterrestrials that he believed
to be the ultimate originator of the human race he referred to as the Annunaki. Zecharia Sitchin’s work is a subject of great
debate, either with those who call it pseudoscience or those who have determined his translations
of ancient texts are incorrect. It is however interesting to note that other
civilizations besides the ancient Sumerians had similar creation stories recorded through
petroglyphs and wall drawings. In another part of the world, other drawings
and carvings would give Zecharia Sitchin the spark for his theory on the race of beings
that were here to teach humanity about the land in Ancient Sumeria. This race was believed to be superior and
was thought to originate from the skies. It was through their teachings that the Sumerians
were able to learn how to live in the world and take care of it until the gods of creation
returned. Just like the Ant People of the Hopi, they
were there to teach mankind about their planet and how to use its resources. As we already mentioned, an interesting note
is that the Hopi word for ant is “anu”. The word for friends is “naki”. There is also the similar pronunciation of
the Hopi ancestors, the Anasazi. Again we see this phrase in another belief
in another part of the world. This is not to say that it proves anything,
just simply an interesting note. Theories of how the world began have abounded
for centuries. Many of these theories turned into a religious
quest for power, some questioned the existence of God and some look even deeper for the answer. One of the possible answers examined is the
existence of the Annunaki. Ancient Mesopotamia is home to the oldest
known civilization of mankind, the Sumerians. It was located in what is now Iraq. If the writings of these ancient people has
truly been translated correctly, as author Zecharia Sitchin believes he has done, Earth’s
formation began as a collision between two planets, one named Nibiru which is also known
as Marduk and the other Tiamat, over 450,000 years ago. Nibiru caused the planet Tiamat (which in
other legends is a goddess) to break in half. One of the moons of Nibiru struck one of the
halves, which placed it in another orbit altogether, a place we now call Earth. The other half of Tiamat became the comets,
according to Sitchin’s translation of Sumerian legend. These legends also speak of a race of giants
that once roamed the earth. In the Bible, Genesis chapter six, speaks
of there being giants in those days and while it is believed by many in the Church that
these beings were angels, the Sumerians believed they were a race of aliens from the planet
Nibiru. This race was called the Annunaki. The word itself refers to the offspring of
the deities Anu and Ki. Sumer was constructed under the direction
of the Annunaki, and the city of Ur was the crowning point of this area. The gigantic race had shrines built in their
honor and are thought by some to have designed and constructed the pyramids of Ancient Egypt. The Sumerians believed that the Annunaki were
a highly superior, advanced race and along with that superiority came extreme arrogance. This arrogance would lead to their exile. Considering all these myths and theories,
either there is or there is not an actual connection between the Hopi People, the ancient
Sumerians and Egyptians, it certainly gives us a clue that creation stories were very
similar. It also makes the point that celestial communication
has been a curiosity of mankind for much longer than UFO sightings in the 20th century. As we continue to research our own origins
turning towards the skies, we can realize that there are more mysteries to research
than we thought in previous times.

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali


Welcome to this week’s Movie Math, where apparently
not all abs are created equal. Yes, Marvel Studios – and its legion of diehard fans – got
some bad news that is hard to dispute, despite the best efforts that will surely be made.
From the comments down below on this video to the industry trades, some of which are
already trying to do Marvel a solid by explaining how this is NOT a situation akin to that of
the 2011 debut of Green Lantern. Oddly though, in their defense the industry trades make
no mention of the fact that Fox’s Marvel movies X-Men First Class and The Wolverine also opened
in the mid 50s, and still both went on to earn worldwide totals that would at least
make Ant-Man break even. Nevertheless, the real question this Monday morning is whether
or not Marvel – and its fans – can swallow this news and digest it, making themselves
smarter and stronger in the process – or if they’ll deny it to their very core, compounding
the problem at the least and potentially leading to dark days if not their downfall at the
very worst. I’ll discuss Marvel’s bigger problems later this week, but right now let’s just
focus on Ant-Man. Opening with fifty-eight million, Ant-Man is thankfully number one
but is also Marvel Studios’ lowest debut since The Incredible Hulk back in 2008. Not exactly
the note on which Kevin Feige and company wished to end Phase Two. Remember that Saturday
Night Live sketch post Guardians of the Galaxy that boasted fans would watch any Marvel movie?
Well nobody’s laughing now as that is clearly not the case. Marvel could NOT interest general
audiences in the character of Ant-Man, nor could they be a fairy-godmother to the talent
involved. Paul Rudd? This is by far and away the biggest box office debut of his career!
Same goes for Michael Douglas and Peyton Reed. But fabulous number for that trio simply do
not meet Marvel standards, hinting that Feige’s pixie dust can only do so much. Some fans
are already trying to say that loyalty to Edgar Wright unfairly drove moviegoers away,
but that seems unlikely as his films have never gotten near fifty million TOTAL, much
less in their debuts. Simply not enough people are familiar with Wright’s work, or even Wright
himself, for such supposed loyalty to genuinely be a factor. One could argue that a lack of
female appeal hurt Ant-Man – Evangeline Lilly and The Wasp were essentially benched for
the movie – yet last year Guardians of the Galaxy’s spectacular opening weekend audience
also skewed male. But, what’s done is done and this is Ant-Man’s starting point. We can
only now speculate on the film’s prospects, and encouragingly Ant-Man received an A Cinemascore,
hinting at a strong multiple – which means it could make up some ground in the long run.
Plus once again it looks like overseas audiences will rescue another Hollywood flick in distress,
as Ant-Man opened stronger than expected – so strong that its worldwide total is right where
it should be despite an underwhelming domestic debut. As for a sequel, Ant-Man cost one hundred
and thirty million to make, not including advertising. That means it will have to earn
a little over three hundred million to basically break even, but ideally should end up in the
four hundred million range worldwide to have a solid standing in comparison to its fellow
Marvel films. (I’m trying to factor in inflation here for as realistic a diagnosis as possible.)
And thankfully Paul Rudd has already filmed his scenes for Civil War, which will give
him another opportunity to ingratiate himself with audiences. But considering how crowded
Marvel’s upcoming slate already is, it’s hard to imagine Feige was ever planning to make
a sequel. Yes, perhaps Hank Pym isn’t the only one who went into this mission feeling
that Scott Lang is expendable… As for the weekend’s other new release, it
seems Amy Schumer DOES have a fairy godmother! There’s been a full-court press over the last
few months to take Schumer’s career to the next level, and it seems to have been a bonafide
success. Not only did her TV show just receive five Emmy nominations, but now her feature
film debut – which she also wrote – seriously over-performed at the box office. Expected
to open with twenty million if she was lucky, Schumer is now laughing all the way to bank
with a thirty million debut. That’s not only the second best debut of Judd Apatow’s career
after Knocked Up – which launched Seth Rogen’s career – but also topped the debut of Melissa
McCarthy’s Spy earlier this year! This is also a very strong return to form for romantic
comedies, which have almost completely disappeared over the last few years. Expect everyone involved
to sign onto new projects if the film holds up, even LeBron James who was hoping his role
here would launch an acting career. Indeed, over the last few weeks he’s practically gotten
as much press for the movie as Schumer – and definitely more than Bill Hader. John Cena,
who’s already set to appear in Sisters, could also benefit. But even if Trainwreck can’t
maintain its momentum at the box office, this strong debut guarantees more big screen work
for Schumer. Only question is will she continue to write her own ticket, or see if she can
join someone else’s cast and perhaps send her rising star into turbo drive. As for the
rest of the box office, Minions fell about ten percent more in its second weekend than
either of its predecessors, yet is already past the six hundred million mark worldwide
– and the fourth most successful film of the year. In fact, Universal dominates the top
five for 2015, with only Disney and Marvel Avengers Age of Ultron able to keep them from
having a straight flush. Meanwhile Pixar’s Inside Out is closing in on five hundred million,
with Minions indeed taking advantage of the film’s slow overseas rollout. Then with the
rest of the top ten, only Jurassic World enjoyed a solid hold with a drop of about thirty-seven
percent while the rest dropped fifty percent or more. In the specialty box office, both
Mr Holmes and Irrational Man failed to post the kind of per theater average that it takes
to get a box office headline these days, while it’s impossible to gauge the success of The
Stanford Prison Experiment as on-demand sales don’t have to be reported – just like Netflix
ratings. Apparently the digital age will be a murky age as well. And finally another Indian
film hit theaters this weekend yet failed to break into the top ten as did Baahubali
last weekend. Still, with an international cut of Baahubali in the works, we might still
see it pop back into the top ten at a later date. As for this coming weekend, Adam Sandler
looks to get some much needed positive publicity with a number one debut for Pixels, while
Paper Towns will battle Ant-Man and Minions for second place. And Southpaw is expected
to open with fourteen million, par for the course with Jake Gyllenhaal. And that’s
the weekend box office, breaking down tinseltown! I’m Grace Randolph and we just did some
Movie Math – as always, thanks for watching, and I hope you’ll go Beyond The Trailer
for these other top movies…

Evangeline Lilly Meets Super Fan – Ant Man and The Wasp Interview

Evangeline Lilly Meets Super Fan – Ant Man and The Wasp Interview


Oh my gosh.
That’s a doozy of a question. Nanotech, AI, cryptocurrency. Science is talked about
a lot in the film. Can you help me understand it? (laughter)
How much time have you got? I love physics. I wsa a physics student
in college and high school. You know what you’ve got to do?
You’re too young to know this. Go and watch
this old, now, little documentary called What the Bleep Do We Know?! It will first of all blow your mind because it will break down
quantum physics for you in a way that you totally understand. And second of all,
suddenly Ant-Man and the Wasp and this whole franchise
will go next level for you. I’ll definitely check that out,
thank you. If you were under house arrest
like Ant-Man, how would you make your time up
and how would it compare? I would learn to play the piano,
for sure. I would read a lot of books,
I would write a lot of books. I love writing and I love reading. Maybe I would learn to play the banjo
just to mix it up a little bit. My grandfather plays the banjo, he’s
always been good fun at a campfire. I really enjoyed it when you teased
Ant-Man about nicknames, no spoilers. What nicknames would you give
to your castmates based on their personalities? Oh my gosh,
that’s a doozy of a question. Nicknames?
God, all my life I’ve never come up with a single nickname for anyone
ever, ever, not even for myself. So my full name
is Nicole Evangeline Lilly and when I started
going by Evangeline, people said, ‘It’s too long,
we need a nickname for you,’ and I literally
had to ask other people, ‘I need a nickname,
can you give me one because I don’t know
what it should be?’ What did you get? Oh, I don’t even want to say it because then the whole world
will start using it. (laughter)

Top 10 Most Anticipated Character’s for Ant-Man and the Wasp

Top 10 Most Anticipated Character’s for Ant-Man and the Wasp


hey guys I’ll be going over today the
character that will most likely be in the new ant-man and wasp movie now as you
guys know all my predictions have come out to be true in the past so let’s go
get straight into the top 10 most likely added cha-characters to be in the
new ant-man and most movie Jeff
personally Jeff would probably be the best character and luckily for you guys
I already know the whole script my name jef look, guys – see that sensei penguin in like
you know Club Penguin well that’s who we need it in the movie I don’t care how
long it takes we need him in the movie well guys I’ve been doing my research as
you guys know I like to do my research before coming on to my top 10 list and I
realised, we need flanders from the simpsons in the movie okay, Marvel you might
be asking what why why… I feel like if he was added like like, he
should be a villain, like like , he would say like welcome back to the kwik-e-mart
uh like his his catch phrase Philp DeFranco.. well, why not? number 6 child-gambler the reason
why I believe that this guy should be in the movie is because he looks like
such a good superhero, and would definitely be good number four Thor the reason for would be good is cos
his friend is funny. okay… so now we’re get serious here no messing around so
that’s why number three is CHIEF TUI FROM THE LION KING there couldn’t be a
better movie without this guy and of course number two Oh okay okay okay okay okay

Criticize That – Ant-Man and The Wasp – مراجعة فيلم

Criticize That – Ant-Man and The Wasp – مراجعة فيلم


“Ant-Man and The Wasp” resumes
the adventures of Ant-Man This time with the character of “The Wasp” or Hope Exactly as the film’s title reveals The Plot Because this is the second movie
of The Ant-Man movie franchise We expect from the movie to briefly remind us
of the first movie’s events and for the viewer, who is being introduced for the first time to The Ant-Man franchise, We expect the movie
to quickly acquaint them with the characters Unfortunately, this is neither achieved briefly nor quickly We spend almost the first half hour of the movie with almost all the characters attempting to remind us of the past events, in a very direct manner As if the movie is telling us: “I’m sorry, before we start with the new movie, we have to review the previous one.” which would probably make you think:
“I’m not here to review a previous movie!” And for those, who are unfamiliar with the franchise, they would probably wonder:
“when will the action start?!” The second issue with the plot is
that it doesn’t place clear rules for its universe for the audience to understand what is going on when I see Ant-man using a super power,
that I already know, that he possesses my sole focus would be to watch
how he is going to use it to defeat his adversary However, when the movie starts introducing
new characters with new powers or even new super powers for a familiar character My mind would be wondering:
“How did he or she get this new ability? What is its limits?
How is he or she going to use it?” and the movie would be obligated
to provide me with answers The movie does try to answer these questions but it alters the tone of the movie
from an action/ adventure movie to a long lecture, where it explains the rules which makes the movie a bit tedious The Action many viewers like Marvel movies because it offers action and adventure with highly likable characters The action scenes in this movie are entertaining especially with characters, whose super powers
includes the ability to reduce their sizes, and the ability to manipulate the size
of the objects around them We can see glimpses of these action scenes
in the trailers Unfortunately, the best action scenes in the movie,
are the ones we see in the trailers and we may consider this as a third issue
with the movie The movie also offers action scenes with
product-placement flavor for those who don’t know what “product placement” is, It is when a movie places an ad for a product,
and displays it as a part of the plot without making it appear as an ad The movie includes a lot of scenes
with product placement I -personally- don’t mind,
when a movie advertises a certain product especially with big budget movies like Marvel’s But it is crucial to skillfully add it I shouldn’t get the feeling that I’m watching a TV ad, when I’m supposed to be watching a movie. Who didn’t notice the “ad” for Hot Wheels? I could not NOT notice The Characters This movie didn’t add any new features
to Ant-Man’s character He is still the kind-hearted guy, who gets into trouble
as he tries to help his friends and family Nonetheless Paul Rudd did try to cover the plot flaws with a humorous and entertaining performance In some comedies we see
the relationship dynamics between a character that cracks jokes all the time
and a character that is always serious being serious doesn’t mean not being funny on the contrary, sometimes the serious reaction
is funnier than the humorous action Evangeline, whom you might recognize
from the series “Lost” successfully managed to keep the balance of the relationship dynamics between Ant-Man and The Wasp through the entire movie Luis’ character serves a traditional role
in this sort of movie His task is to comment on the events of the movie, and through these comments
to reflect the audience’s reactions The problem here is that Michael Peña,
whom I hope, that I’ve pronounced his name properly, sometimes recites his lines so unconvincingly as if he is just trying to get his job done, that’s all also his reactions sometimes would be so exaggerated in the face of an action scene that wasn’t exceptionally note worthy This forces the viewer, who was prepared
to let this scene simply slide, to pay close attention to it, and realize that
it wasn’t deserving of the exaggerated enthusiasm The Evaluation In the end, you may think,
that I would discourage you from watching the movie Not at all, please do, and judge for yourselves If someone with kids, they may watch it together
as a family and find the movie entertaining especially with the main character’s ability to reduce his size, they may find that particularly interesting In my opinion the movie deserves the rating of
6/10, just barely to those, who have already seen the movie,
I’d love to know your opinion of it please let me know in your comments and if you liked the video please like and share it Have a nice day!

Ant-Man and The Wasp | Die Evolution von Scott Lang


Als wir Scott Lang das erste Mal treffen,
wird er gerade aus dem Gefängnis entlassen. Als ehemaliger Meisterdieb, will ihn niemand
einstellen und das obwohl Scott alles gibt um seinem alten Leben den Rücken zuzukehren. Ihn interessiert nur seine Tochter, Cassie,
für die er sorgen will. Doch da er nicht über die finanziellen Mittel
verfügt, Alimente zu zahlen, verwehren seine Ex Frau und ihr neuer Ehemann ihm den Kontakt
zu ihr. Verzweifelt lässt sich Scott zu einem letzten
Job überreden, der ihm eben jene finanzielle Sicherheit verschaffen soll: Zusammen mit
3 Dieben soll er einen Safe knacken, um an das dicke Geld zu kommen. Doch Scott findet lediglich einen seltsamen
Anzug samt Helm. Als er ihn anprobiert entpuppt sich dieser
als technisches Wunderwerk. Es ist nämlich der Anzug von Hank Pym, dem
ehemaligen Superhelden Ant Man. Dieser ermöglicht es dem Träger auf Knopfdruck
zu schrumpfen und gleichzeitig Gebrauch von einer unfassbaren Stärke zu machen. Hank hat Scott auserkoren, für ihn in seine
Fußstapfen zu treten, um Darren Cross teuflische Pläne zu durchkreuzen. Scott sieht sich zunächst nicht als Held
und glaubt eher, dass dies ein Job für die Avengers ist. Doch schon bald nimmt er sich der Sache an,
denn er will endlich etwas anständiges mit seinem Leben anstellen und seine Tochter stolz
machen. Schon bald erkennt er, dass er vieles mit
Hank gemeinsam hat, der ebenfalls alles tut, um seine Tochter Hope zu schützen. Als Fan der Avengers wird er aber auch damit
beauftragt einen Gegenstand von diesen zu klauen, was zu einer Konfrontation mit Falcon
führt, den Scott im Kampf besiegt.Nach heftigem Training gelingt es Scott die Technologie
zu beherrschen und Darren Cross zu stoppen. Er beeindruckt damit nicht nur seine Tochter
und Ex Frau, sondern auch Hank und Hope mit der
er eine Affäge beginnt. In Captain America Civil War treibt die Regierung
einen Keil zwischen die Avengers. Die Helden werden vor ein Ultimatum gestellt:
Sie können sich entweder komplett der Regierung hingeben oder werden in den Ruhestand gedrängt. Während Tony Stark dafür ist, weigert sich
Steve Rogers das Abkommen zu unterschreiben. Nachdem Cap erfährt, dass eine mögliche
Gefahr von weiteren Winter Soldiers ausgehen könnte, stellt er ein Team aus illegalen
Helden zusammen. Zu diesen gehört auch Scott Lang. Dieser kann es kaum glauben, all seine Idole
zu treffen. Er möchte Cap helfen, da er es für seine
moralische Pflicht hält, auch wenn er dadurch wieder im Konflikt mit dem Gesetz steht. Im Kampf zwischen den beiden Parteien der
Helden stellt Lang eine neue Fähigkeit zur Schau. Er ist mittlerweile in der Lage dazu, auch
zum Riesen zu wachsen. Nach dem Fiasko, werden Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch
und Ant Man verhaftet. Am Infinity War, nimmt Lang nicht mehr Teil,
da er durch seine Taten, auch Hank und Hope in Gefahr gebracht hat und sie nun regelmäßig
fliehen müssen. Scott steht unter Arrest, wird aber schon
bald wieder aktiv werden – diesmal in Begleitung von Hope aka The Wasp.