The ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ trailer.

Oh, OK. We’re good. Everything’s gonna be fine.

That looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun, actually. Especially the part where Dr. Pym is fairly obviously all “I don’t give a good goddam about how my suitcase-building will affect the rest of the MCU continuity that’s THEIR problem I got stuff to do.” When you think about it, they’ve been pretty careful so far in trying to minimize (heh) the disruptions from all this hyper-tech; but in the end, this is a superhero universe, and we all came here for human-sized Hello Kitty Pez dispensers being thrown at people. I am, as they say, down with it.

Comes out in July 2018.


  • BigGator5 says:

    The human-size Hello Kitty Pez dispenser part sold me on this movie. It was the toy train that sold me on the last movie too. Can’t wait!

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Yeah. It’s the underlying realization that the people who make the Ant-Man flicks are going around and saying “What goofy things would WE do with this power?” Which is exactly the smart thing to do here.

  • BigFire says:

    As the previous Ant-Man movie was the first heist movie in Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to TV Tropes, this will be their first Romantic Comedy.

  • 1_rick says:

    I’m not concerned with the suitcase-building. The doc’s had that tech for a very long time, just assume he arranged to have the building built with the necessary machinery.

    • 1_rick says:

      You need justification, look at Ghostbusters and the weird superstructure of the building at the end of the movie (“The whole building is a huge, superconductive antenna that was designed and built expressly for the purpose of pulling in and concentrating spiritual turbulence.”)

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