You recovered from this weekend’s Infinity War yet? While we’re all awaiting the next installment that the Russos have cooked up, that is 12 months away (!!!!!!), Marvel Studios has two more stand-alones to help fill the gap. While next March’s Captain Marvel will probably deal a bit more directly with the Starlin-crafted mythology behind the next Avengers installment, this July brings something wholly different in Ant-Man & The Wasp…for example…the new trailer that just dropped a few minutes ago:

This trailer gives way a good bit more than the one a few months ago, and we get a better glimpse of Ghost and her role as the major villain of the piece. Should make for a nice break from the bleakness of Thanos’ mission, and hey at least it gives some cover for just where the heck Scott Lang was during all that time…as hinted at in this very cute video released yesterday:

Ant-Man & The Wasp opens on July 6th.


  1. I was worried about this movie a lot. I thought it was going to be a re-skin of Iron Man 2. But I think I finally see what Reed is going for here. During the long, dark wait between Avengers movies, we get a wacky, fun, surprisingly well done off-shoot movie that’s way better than it has any right to be: I’m talking about Thor: Ragnarok. I think Ant-Man & the Wasp will be our next Ragnarok.

    I think this movie will finally get down the image of what makes Ant-Man unique (Well, Ant-Man himself already works wonders: Paul Rudd is probably one of the best casting choices the MCU has ever made). I guess I mean the rest of the Ant-Man universe, which is not all that great.

    See, Ant-Man & the Wasp is going to kick start our first MCU Superhero family (although I guess you could argue that the Guardians of the Galaxy were the first, but I’m getting off-track). Anyway, this is what makes Ant-Man special. With a character like Spider-Man, unless you wanna get into multiverse stuff (which I’m not), Peter Parker is the definitive Spider-Man, no question.

    But with Ant-Man, you’ve got a whole lineup of people who’ve held the mantle: Hank Pym, Scott Lang, your wasps: Janet and Hope van Dyne, and now it looks like we’re getting Bill Foster/Black Goliath, and possibly Cassie Lang as an ant-person down the line. All these ingredients could make for a kick-ass superhero family; the live-action Fantastic 4 we never got. This is giving me genuine excitement in anticipation of this movie!

  2. Not every superhero movie has to be dark and grim. There’s room for lighter, brighter material like the Ant-Man movies. I’m looking forward to this one.

  3. I think Ragnarok worked because it was both light and bright AND stake-filled. That’s what I hope we get with this one.

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