Scott Lang, played by Paul Rudd in the MCU, has had quite a trip thus far. To save half of all life in the cosmos, the hero helped design a strategy to fight against the Sokovia Accords. In addition, Hope Van Dyne cannot be Ant-Man without being the Wasp. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which will be released in 2023, will feature her teaming up with Scott again.
Loki’s Jonathan Majors will also appear in the third Ant-Man movie. When it came to the Loki series, Majors played a character known as “The Variant,” but in Quantumania, he’ll face the villainous Kang, who is generally depicted as an Avengers-level menace in comics.
Other than that, little is known about Ant-Man 3’s plot, and there haven’t been any significant leaks. A few tale snippets have leaked, however, in limited doses.
Reactions to Quantumania Screening that Are Positive
A recent test screening of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” reportedly took place at Marvel Studios not too long ago, as reported by scooper KC Walsh. The tweets of Walsh served multiple purposes, one of which was to generate excitement for the upcoming release of the sequel in 2023 by stating that the film “sounds entertaining as hell.”
In addition, Walsh sent a response to a fan who questioned the return of Corey Stoll, who has been speculated to play the antagonist MODOK. In reference to Stoll, Walsh stated that the aforementioned actor allegedly “steals the show” in the next movie.
In addition, the tweets state that Kathryn Newton’s “Cassie Lang [begins] her hero journey.” [Cassie Lang] Fans will remember that a young version of Scott’s daughter, Cassie, was all set to don a shrinking suit and join her father in his fight against criminals. Cassie is at the ideal age to assume the persona of a superhero at this point in her life because she was spared the effects of the Blip.
Walsh also tweeted “Kang vs. Krylar,” hinting that Johnathan Majors’ portrayal of Kang will engage in combat with Krylar, an obscure Marvel character who is often believed to be portrayed by comedy legend Bill Murray.
Ant-man and the Wasp Quantumania: That Looks Like a Lot of Fun.
It appears as though the running time of Quantumania will be filled with a great deal of both action and story. The name of the movie, “Quantum Realm,” gives the impression that this shadowy dimension will play a key role in the storyline of the movie. It makes perfect sense when you consider all of the background information that was provided about the Quantum Realm in the prior Ant-Man films as well as in Avengers: Endgame.
However, the question that remains is whether or not this will be the final Ant-Man movie. Given the adoration that fans have shown for Paul Rudd’s interpretation of the character, it is likely that the superhero who can shrink himself may make a comeback for a fourth chapter, similar to what Thor did.
Rudd is 53 years old, and despite the fact that it is obvious that he enjoys playing the part, it is probable that the actor may hang up his Pym Particle-powered suit following the completion of his third solo film appearance.
However, it is important to note that Bill Murray has been added to the cast roster. Peyton Reed’s proposal must have resonated with Murray, who is known for being extremely selective in the parts he accepts in films and television shows.
Cory Stoll, who is supposedly going to play MODOK, is another one of the actors. Fans would likely recall that Stol also appeared in the original Ant-Man film as the antagonist Darren Cross. It appeared that Cross was slain in the battle that concluded the movie, but what if he actually lived and was transformed into the terrifying MODOK by the Quantum Realm?
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania: Premiere Date
On February 17, 2023, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania will make its debut in theatres, courtesy of Marvel Studios.