Avengers 5 Ant Man 3 Announcement and Avengers Quantum Realm Scene Theory Breakdown

Avengers 5 Ant Man 3 Announcement and Avengers Quantum Realm Scene Theory Breakdown


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this place Henry world upon world entire civilizations far more than we ever
theorized it’s okay passing through we stake now claim there
I thought I was gone but that energy from your hands how did you do that I’m not the same woman I was 30 years
ago Henry this place it changes you an adaptation is part of it but some of
it is evolution they good it’s ready to ascend let’s go see our daughter welcome back everyone it’s Charlie you
probably just saw that Marvel confirmed ant-man and the wasp 3 is happening
there are a lot of big plot threads after Avengers endgame with the quantum realm quantum energy and ant-man and the wasp with the way they used quantum
energy that they still have to address as that scene implies Janet Van Dyne is
now an involved being like you would think of a mutant or an x-men character
in the MCU there’s also a lot of young Avengers time-travel stuff that they’re
setting up through avengers endgame I’m still doing the Avengers infinity saga a
giant box set giveaway all you have to do to enter that is be a subscriber and
leave your best theory about how they’ll use the quantum realm and quantum energy in future movies so we just break this down top-5 style careful for spoilers if
you haven’t seen Avengers endgame or ant-man the wasp but I feel like most of
you have probably seen those movies by now number 5 as I said they confirmed
that they’re doing ant-man 3 they haven’t confirmed what the title is a
lot of us are just calling it ant-man the wasp in stature because Cassie Lange is still a teenager right now as of the end of Avengers endgame but Peyton Reed is coming back to direct again making him one of the first Marvel directors to
do an entire trilogy of movies himself next to James Gunn
but guardians of the galaxy 3 won’t happen till 2023 I will explain the
release dates for everything in a second too but a lot of people after the Marvel
phase for comic-con panel asked if they would do another ant-man movie because
they have so much new IP because of Fantastic Four Deadpool the main x-men
films in terms of box office ant-man has always been one of their smaller
franchises just post all your size puns in the comments both of the ant-man
movies have been great but just in terms of actual box office profits they don’t
make quite as much money as some of their other IP and it just seems like a
new x-men movie new Fantastic Four a new Deadpool might earn way more money than
an ant-man movie so Paul Rudd was making all kinds of jokes after they announced
their phase 4 slate about them not doing ant-man 3 I think just to get people
worked up so they will start yelling at Marvel to make a third film but number
four the reason why they need to do ant-man 3 is because there are too many
cliffhangers involving the quantum realm and quantum energy that they have to
answer as of the end of Avengers endgame we know they perfected time-travel using
it and also as part of endgame time-travel we learned that they can
also use it to travel between dimensions realities or universes in
multiverse technically all those things aren’t the same thing but you get the
idea they can use it to phase across the multiverse and because of Janet Van Dyne ‘he’s evolved body we know that quantum energy has a lot of biological
properties you could even call them mutant like abilities that they haven’t
totally explained yet because they made that movie before the Fox Disney deal
closed ant-man and the wasp so that’s why she talked about it as being evolved
she couldn’t say the word mutant Janet Van Dyne just lays her hands on the
ghost stabilizes her quantum states so she stops phasing between universes
uncontrollably but that’s it they didn’t explain how that works or what was
happening exactly they’re just leaving that for the third movie so this is one
of the reasons why they’re doing ant-man 3 before they announced their marvel
x-men reboot they keep saying that that’s a little ways off because there
are a couple big concepts that they have to explain and as the name implies
Doctor Strange – and the multiverse of madness you also get the teaser at
Avengers in game in the first Doctor Strange movie of the concept of multiple
realities ant-man 3 and Doctor Strange – we’ll just explain those ideas in much
greater detail and use them as much bigger story devices although obviously
Doctor Strange – is going to lean more heavily on the multiverse side of things
in ant-man 3 we’ll just focus more on the actual quantum realm of it all that
includes number three the very noticeable quantum city in the
background is Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne are leaving during the ant-man the
wasp I love how they don’t even mention it like Hank Pym couldn’t be bothered
because he’s seeing his wife for the first time in over 20 years Janet Van
Dyne just thinking about seeing her daughter hope again but the real reason
why nobody mentions the quantum city in the movie is because they were just
leaving it for the third film to explain oh yeah there’s a whole city full of
beings down there they’re all highly evolved just like me Marvel has made
some changes to the quantum realm from the comics in the comics it was actually
called the Microverse and it was populated by a race of beings called the
micronauts they have their own wars their own Society they look kind of like
transformers but the reason why Marvel can’t use the name Microverse or
micronauts is because that’s owned by Hasbro Marvel just license them when
they made the original comic book so many years ago all with interchangeable
parts so your child can create dozens of different
and when micronauts start a child’s imagination working he can create just
about anything toys that climb toys that spin toys that float toys that stimulate
yon mind but the basic concept is still there you have a race of humanoid
quantum beings living in the quantum city and maybe other comic book
characters that have the technology in the science to enter the quantum realm
there’s no way that hank pam is the first person in the history of the
multiverse who’s been smart enough to figure out the quantum realm he’s just
one of the only people on our version of Earth in the multiverse that’s figured
it out the whole concept of the quantum realm is that it’s a sub layer of
reality connecting all the different universes of the multiverse there are
infinite universes in the multiverse but there’s only one quantum realm
connecting them all that’s why the Avengers can use it to travel between
realities like Captain America hopping back to our reality after living out his
life with this version of Peggy Carter and it’s the reason why Ghost phase is
uncontrollably between universes until Janet Van Dyne gives her a dose of
quantum energy to stabilize her at least part of the movie is going to be
dedicated to explaining who those people are down there and whether or not their
friend or foe there’s also the people that sonny birch talks about that he
works for people that don’t take no for an answer there’s all kinds of
speculation about how Marvel could tie that to Norman Osborn in Oscorp there
aren’t that many people on planet earth with the amount of money that Sonny
Birch’s talking about in organizations that powerful but we’ve already talked
about setting up the concept of x-men in the MCU number two this is where you
also start to get into Young Avengers Cassie Lang stature King the conquer and
more overt time-travel stories Marvel and Kevin Feige have only said that
they’re working on a young avengers project they didn’t say if it be a movie
or another Disney Plus series but they have Cassie Lang stature already Cherie
the Miss Marvel she-hulk and Kate Bishop Hawkeye characters coming soon you can kind of include Morgan Stark when she’s a little bit older if Young Avengers is
going to be a time-travel franchise it’s easier to explain that an older version
of her from the future could join the team at some point and if you want to
get technical you can’t include spider-man on that team because it’s
still so young an age but really I counted more as a full-blown regular
Avengers team member because of the events of Avengers infinity war where
Ironman made it official kid Avengers spider-man
appearing in a Young Avengers project would also depend on Marvel and Sony
renewing their sharing deal again after the next two Spider Man appearances they will but they’re probably not going to talk about that publicly until they
absolutely have to which is minimum three to four years but number one
really important details release date and characters so right now Marvel has
three movies dated for 2022 there’s an untitled Marvel movie dated February
18th they’ve already confirmed Black Panther 2 is May 6th and then the third
film is another untitled Marvel movie dated July 29th Michael Douglas just
confirmed that they start filming ant-man 3 February 2021
meaning that ant-man 3 is probably going to take that February 2022 date but get
hyped up about this the current leading rumor is that Fantastic Four is going to
be that July 2022 movie meaning that they would have to announce it and start
casting it and start filming it by summer 2021 I’ll do more videos about
what’s going on with Marvel phase 4 when we get more details but leave all your
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New Avengers 5 announcement thank you so much for watching everybody stay awesome. I’ll see you guys tonight!

Why Ant-Man Is Even More Important To Avengers 4 Than We Knew

Why Ant-Man Is Even More Important To Avengers 4 Than We Knew


The first trailer for the follow-up to Avengers:
Infinity War has arrived. One thing we’ve all been wondering is what
role, exactly, Ant-Man will play in all of this. Let’s break out our microscopes for a close
look at how things seem to be shaping up for Ant-Man in Avengers: Endgame. Infinity War already assembled a staggering
cast of characters, but Endgame will finally mark Scott Lang’s entrance to the two-part
arc. He’s been busy at home, honing his drum skills
and building sweet cardboard slides with his daughter. The end of his house arrest was marked not
by a reunion with the Avengers, but by a desperate quest to rescue Janet van Dyne from the Quantum
Realm and stop some dangerous tech from falling into the wrong hands. It’s no wonder he was too busy to show up
for Infinity War’s many battles. The end credit scene for Ant-Man and the Wasp
showed us that Lang was caught in the Quantum Realm when half of humanity was dusted – including,
seemingly, the only people who could get him out – making him one of the less fortunate
among the survivors. The Endgame trailer shows us Bruce Banner
looking at images of Lang, Peter Parker, and even Shuri, all of whom were not “in plain
sight” when the snap took place. The scene seems to imply that thanks to Lang’s
miniature predicament, the survivors think he, too, disintegrated with the others. That, combined with the last scene in the
trailer, where Black Widow and Captain America see Lang show up at the front door of the
Avengers HQ facility, would make Lang’s survival not just a happy relief, but very likely an
integral part of the plot. For a long while now, fans have theorized
that time travel will be a factor in undoing the last moments of Infinity War. Of course, the Russo Brothers have made it
clear that the MCU hasn’t built up a ten-year, 20-movie universe just to have their heroes
quickly crank back the clock and save the day. There are going to be casualties here, regardless
of what happens, but that doesn’t take away the fact that time travel could still be pivotal
in saving the day – and Scott Lang will probably bring some newfound time travel expertise
with him. “Can you buzz me in?” Savvy MCU fans may remember something Janet
Van Dyne told Scott near the very end of Ant-Man and the Wasp, just before he jumped into the
Quantum Realm: “And don’t get sucked into a time vortex. We won’t be able to save you.” Doctor Strange relinquished the Time Stone
to Thanos and then got himself dusted for the trouble. Scarlet Witch, likewise, ceased to exist at
the end of Infinity War – and with those two reality-warping characters off the table,
that leaves Lang to provide whatever time travel expertise he can to the Avengers. Since he somehow managed to escape the Quantum
Realm despite the Pym family’s disappearance, it stands to reason that he’s got some knowledge
to drop. Another crucial part of using the Quantum
Realm for time travel? Equipment. You don’t just click your heels together and
wish you were there. It takes a massive array of specially-made
suits, fancy buttons and levers, and a lab that – even in the back of a van – looks rather
intimidating to run. Ant-Man’s got the keys to the Ant-Van, a piece
of equipment that could turn out to be just as important in the fight against Thanos as
Thor’s mighty weapon Stormbreaker. At the end of the day, no matter how bad things
get, we’re talking about Ant-Man here. Paul Rudd radiates humor, and the MCU Scott
Lang persona has been crafted to accommodate this. The results have been one of Marvel’s chief
sources of unrestricted comic relief regardless of the situation, which is precisely why the
Ant-Man movies have been so lighthearted. Having such an effortlessly funny character
involved in a story like Endgame may be an even greater relief than we imagined. Infinity War was already an intense ride,
even with the Guardians’ attitudes, Tony Stark’s sharp dialogue, and Peter Parker’s nervous
banter helping to relieve the tension. “I’m Peter by the way.” “Doctor Strange.” “Oh, we’re using made up names. Um, I’m Spider-Man, then.” But now, most of those characters are either
out of the picture or in no mood for quips, and it may fall to Mr. Lang to bail out the
tone with some quick wit and humor, very likely to the relief of us all. Finally, we have an easily-overlooked little
conclusion that supports the importance of Ant-Man in Endgame – the fact that the trailer
ends with him front and center. If Lang was just another pawn on the chessboard
keeping the game in motion, Marvel probably would have just popped in a split second shot
of him on the security camera in front of the Avengers’ HQ. But instead, they not only devoted plenty
of time to his appearance, they put it at the trailer’s end, in a place of cinematic
honor. The end of a good trailer should serve as
a powerful, attention-grabbing cliffhanger, where a movie’s marketing department drop
an idea they want to leave you pondering while you wait for the final product. It’s usually in these final moments that trailers
tip their hand as they try to leave a trail of breadcrumbs that will guide people straight
to the theater on opening night. Did it work? We know we’ll be there.