Ant-Man Movie Review – Beyond The Trailer

Ant-Man Movie Review – Beyond The Trailer


This little guy will either be a BIG win for
Marvel, or a BIG problem for Marvel… You’re watching Beyond The Trailer’s review of – finally – Ant-Man! Thanks to shifting release dates – the Marvel
Cinematic Universe is always in flux with Edgar Wright quitting there, Spider-Man being
added there – Ant-Man is the final film in Phase 2. With Avengers Age of Ultron split
down the middle, Phase 2 is an even mix of fan favorites and fan disappointments, with
Ant-Man set to be the tie-breaker. Indeed, we don’t get another Marvel movie until
next summer when Phase 3 kicks off with Captain America Civil War, so whatever taste Ant-Man
leaves in audience’s’ mouths will be a lingering one. And it’s a real nail-biter. Early screenings
have some saying Ant-Man is a total crowdpleaser where Michael Pena steals the show! Ironic,
as star Paul Rudd is usually the one who steals the show. But others say Ant-Man is boring…
Boring?! Ridiculous, says Kevin Feige! And to prove just how exciting Ant-Man is, he
has personally revealed that The Wasp will make a cameo, as will an Avenger, plus Pym
Particles and the quantum realm are TOTALLY going to come into play in Phase Three. Word
is there’s also not one but TWO after-credit scenes with will blow…your…mind! These
are all signature Marvel moves by the way. Hints at future character, cast crossovers,
after-credit teasers and the overall idea that if you miss a Marvel movie you’ll be
out of the loop going forward. It’s a very ornate yet clever game plan which has, to
date, worked incredibly well for Marvel even if it made Joss Whedon have a hissy-fit. By
the way, rumor has it that the Avenger cameo is by Falcon, which is pretty awesome because
that would make him an official Avenger instead of a place-holder as many fans feared. Now
of course, everybody is also going to be curious to see how this Frankenstein’s Monster of
a movie has turned out. Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish toiled on the script for EIGHT YEARS
before Wright did what Whedon might now have wished he’d done, which is walk away…
Peyton Reed ending up taking over as director, while Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell’s longtime
creative partner Adam McKay went to work on the script. Which, by the way, focuses strongly
on father-daughter relationships, both Scott and Cassie Lang as well as Hank Pym and Hope
Van Dyne – which Marvel obviously doesn’t feel too strongly about or they would’ve
played it up more in the marketing. And speaking of being legit, Rudd has already filmed his
scenes for Civil War, where he said he truly felt he was a part of the Marvel Cinematic
Universe for the first time… Let’s see if we’ll ALSO need Civil War to convince
us Rudd belongs here…

When Does Ant-Man Take Place?

When Does Ant-Man Take Place?


Ant-Man ends Phase 2 of the MCU by giving
us a glimpse of what’s to come in Phase 3, but also an excellent look back at the
MCU during a time period we’ve yet to properly explore. This is part 12 of a 20 part video series
discussing when each film in the MCU takes place. When does Ant-Man actually take place? “I think our first move should be calling
the Avengers.” Ant-Man begins in 1989, as Hank Pym derides
Howard Stark, and Peggy Carter for abusing his Pym Particle technology, and he quits
S.H.I.E.L.D. to enter an early retirement. By this point Janet Van Dyne had been lost
in the Quantum Realm for about 2 years, and we get a flashback to that time later in the
film. Scott Lang is freed from a 3 year prison sentence
on July 17th, 2015, according to this WHiH Newsfront video. “Scott Lang, who’s set to be released
from federal prison on July 17th.” Several months pass between this event and
the main time period of the film, considering Scott is criticized for not paying any money
towards child support for Cassie, and the fact that he’s having a real problem holding
down a job. Considering Ant-Man was released on October
16th, 2015, we can assume the film takes place around that time period. We know this occurs after Avengers: Age of
Ultron, as Hank makes a reference to them dropping a city out of the sky, and Scott
invades the new Avengers facility in upstate New York that they just set up. Hank’s medicine expires on May 17, 2016,
so the film must occur before this. Conveniently, we can nail down the climax
of Ant-Man as occurring on October 9th, thanks to this iPhone, and in 2015 this lands on
a Friday. The mid-credits scene is literally a shot
from Captain America: Civil War, which takes place in 2016 as we’ll discuss in part 13. .6% of the film takes place in 1987, 1.6%
in 1989, 97.3% in 2015, and another .5% in 2016. If you enjoyed this video, please like and
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Ant-Man & The Wasp POST-CREDITS Explained – Avengers 4, Captain Marvel & Infinity War Theory

Ant-Man & The Wasp POST-CREDITS Explained – Avengers 4, Captain Marvel & Infinity War Theory


Ant-Man And The Wasp’s post-credit scenes
finally answer the question: where was Ant-Man in Avengers: Infinity War? Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers, it’s Jan here
and today I’m breaking down the two post-credits scenes in Ant-Man And The Wasp, explaining
their connection to Infinity War and how they set us up for Avengers 4. If you’re new here, I do regular superhero
videos plus I’m kicking off a new Marvel giveaway. Make sure you’re subscribed and leave a comment
about the movie to enter. Spoilers ahead for Ant-Man And The Wasp and
Infinity War. The mid-credits scene opens with Scott Lang
preparing to head back into the Quantum Realm on a mission to collect quantum healing particles. Janet van Dyne warns Scott to stay away from
Tardigrades and not to get sucked into a time vortex. Once inside the Quantum Realm, Scott collects
some healing particles, then reports he’s ready to come back. Hope counts down his return over the mic 5… 4… 3… but then the line goes dead. As the camera cuts back to where Hope, Janet
and Hank were operating the Quantum tunnel, we see the remains of 3 clouds of ash falling
to little piles on the floor. Basically, the Pym family has been dusted
by Thanos’s snap at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. It’s a really ominous moment when you hear
Scott’s panicked voice over the mic as the camera pans through little clouds of ash. He realises something’s wrong but has no idea
what. The scene is also a chilling reminder of the
Infinity War post-credits scene where Nick Fury and Maria Hill evaporated into ash in
New York. It’s especially tough to watch as Hope only
suited up as the Wasp in this movie. And Janet van Dyne was only just rescued from
the Quantum Realm, and now we have to see them dusted. Wasp will be in Avengers 4, however, Evangeline
Lilly has said she’s only going to be in it a little which is disappointing as it seems
she’ll probably be limited to just scenes where she returns with the other dusted heroes. Now, there is a glimmer of hope no pun intended
in Janet’s last words to Scott about time vortices in the Quantum Realm. Avengers 4 is very likely to be set several
years after the snap in a film that I expect will show the surviving Avengers adjusting
to a decimated world and figuring out what they can do about it. Marvel has cast a currently 16-year old Emma
Fuhrmann to play an older version of Scott’s daughter Cassie in Avengers 4, which means,
I expect, that once Scott realises that there’s no one at the other end in the real world
to bring him back, he may try travelling through a time vortex. This could take him into the future where
he meets an older Cassie and then together they visit Tony Stark to tell him about the
Quantum Realm, and the Avengers then try to figure out how they can use time travel to
fix what Thanos did. This would tie in with the Avengers 4 set
photos of Ant-Man in New York with Iron Man and Captain America with each of them wearing
a similar looking device around their wrist. Another possibility for how Scott escapes
from the Quantum Realm could tie in with Captain Marvel. I expect a reason will be revealed in her
film as to why Carol Danvers hasn’t been around or available during the various crises we’ve
seen on Earth, such as the Battle of New York, Sokovia, or Infinity War itself. It could be that she’s in the Quantum Realm
herself. And the beeper that Nick Fury set off to contact
her in the Infinity War post-credits scene may be able to communicate with Carol there. Ant-Man might hear the beeper while he’s stuck
there too. And he and Carol might both even meet up in
a Captain Marvel post-credits scene that sets them up to meet the Avengers in Avengers 4. Another possibility is that Scott simply gets
stuck in the Quantum Realm for several years and learns new secrets and survives there,
just like Janet did. His daughter Cassie could eventually find
out where the mobile Quantum tunnel was located and so she turns it on again to bring him
back out. What’s also interesting in this credits scene
is that Scott was collecting Quantum healing particles. These were being gathered to help Ghost, however,
there’s a chance they could also play a role in restoring the heroes who were dusted in
the Thanos snap. There is a second post-credits scene which,
while short, does provide a little more backdrop for Avengers 4. After all the credits have rolled, we snap
back to Scott’s house which seems to be deserted. Everything is quiet except for the dissonant
tone of an emergency broadcast playing on a TV screen, indicating the Thanos snap has
truly kicked off a crisis. This sense of unease is followed with a shot
of the ant who filled in for Scott during his house arrest playing the drums. It’s an uncomfortable moment watching the
ant drumming away as he seems oblivious to the catastrophe around him. And just to unsettle us even further, as the
screen fades to black, a title card pops up with the words “Ant-Man and the Wasp will
return”, but a little question mark is added after a second or two. We can’t take this last bit too seriously
as I think Marvel is just gently trolling us because as I said earlier, it’s already
been confirmed that Evangeline Lilly does return in Avengers 4. Now, I’d love to hear your theories on Avengers
4. And if you’ve seen Ant-Man And The Wasp, what
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Behind the Scenes – Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp | 2019 Veloster | Hyundai

Behind the Scenes – Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp | 2019 Veloster | Hyundai


(dramatic music) – [The Wasp] Scott, thanks
to you we had to run. (guns click) We’re still running. – [Ant-Man] We’ve gotta go, now. – In Ant-Man and the Wasp, we started to play with
the whole notion of scale. – Shrinking and growing
as a visual concept, as a Sci-fi idea, as a
super hero idea is so cool. One of the ideas of this film is that they exported shrinking and growing, beyond just suits and people. Suddenly cars can shrink,
entire buildings can shrink. – It’s a film about being on
the run, about being chased. – As a film maker you’re always looking to up your game about everything. We’re going to double down on all the things we liked in the first movie. – There’s another play with the scale. It’s going to be a car chase that’s a little bit
different from the car chase we’ve seen before. – We have all these cars intersecting and hitting each other,
and shrinking and growing. [Luis] We’re going to die, I don’t wanna die. – Ah, what did I miss? – We were just tiny! (suspenseful music) – I love you Doctor Pym. (engine revving) – We’ve taken the Hyundai Veloster. They told us that we could
to whatever we wanted to it to turn it into what we needed to do. This car has to be cool
and it has to be memorable. – Awesome! – I thought it was the perfect car and almost more of a
dream for Luis to drive. – The scope of this film, is so much bigger than the first film. – There’s going to be a lot more ‘oh my god’ moments in this one. (Screaming) – We’re doing car jumps,
we’re doing car flips. – [Ant-Man] Ant-Man
and the wasp teaming up. (crashing noise) (engine revving) [Luis] I wish I had a suit. I would even like a suit
with, like, minimal powers. You know? Or maybe even just a suit with no powers. (dramatic music)

Meet Ant-Man & The Wasp! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures | BONUS CLIP

Meet Ant-Man & The Wasp! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures | BONUS CLIP


♪♪♪ Hey there. Hi. It’s me, Spider-Man. To your left. ♪♪♪ Near the jungle gym. That’s it. Closer. Closer. Lower. Little lower. More lower. Here I am. Funny story. I was hanging out with my
friends Ant-Man and Wasp. And when they left
to get us ice cream, I accidentally stepped on one
of Ant-Man’s shrink discs. And well, now I’m shrunk. [chuckle] Funny the things you can do
when you’re a little guy. For instance, Ant-Man may be
tiny, but when he’s small, he’s super strong. And Wasp, she’s strong too. And so much more. And with their abilities
to shrink and grow… Ant-Man and Wasp
make a great team. That’s because both
Ant-Man and Wasp are outfitted with
super cool tech. Ant-Man has shrink
discs and grow discs. [meow] Wasp has ultra-strong
and light wings, and super cool stingers that she
can use to blast the bad guys. And when you put them together,
they make an incredible team. Look! I like being tiny and
mighty, but I prefer being [grunts] regular size Spidey. And now for that ice cream!

BATMAN VS ANT MAN vs Spider-Man

BATMAN VS ANT MAN vs Spider-Man


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Ant-Man and The Wasp Fight Aliens! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 2 – Alien Invasion

Ant-Man and The Wasp Fight Aliens! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 2 – Alien Invasion


No, for real, you should’ve
been there, Wasp. I was like,
“Blop-blop-blop, bam!” And Yellojacket went down! Mmm-mmm. Winging it just works. (ALARM BLARING) ALIEN: With the human’s
growth technology, we will finally be able
to take over Earth, and then, the entire galaxy! (LAUGHING MANIACALLY) Hey there, little buddies,
what are you up to? World domination?
Can’t have that. Come on! Ow! You know what we need…
Hey! Wait up. (GRUNTING) What we need is a plan. None of your “winging it.” Let’s capture
the leader and… (MOCKINGLY)
My name is Wasp and I like
to come up with plans. Watch out, aliens,
I’m going to punch you,
’cause that’s my plan. WASP: It’s not funny, Scott. Yes, it is. Uh-oh. (SCREAMING) (GROWLING) Hand over the growth disc. With it, we can finally grow
as big and mighty as our empire
was always destined to be, and rule the Earth! Okay, guys, yeah. Sure, we totally give up. What? Let us go
and I’ll give you the disc. Agreed. WASP: Have you lost
your mind? That’s unrelated. (LAUGHING) I feel the power… (GROANING) Now what? Now, for round two. (SCREAMING) WASP: Please tell me
you have a plan. ALIEN: I surrender. Just like I was saying,
you know? Always have a plan.