The heroes of Ant-Man and the Wasp may be tiny, but they’re dealing with a huge problem in the latest trailer for their new movie.
By now, we all know that Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man, wasn’t present for the big showdown in Avengers: Infinity War thanks to the events of Captain America: Civil War. But that certainly doesn’t mean that after Civil War he just hung out at home.
Turns out, he was dealing with a pretty big threat of his own alongside of Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym. Dr. Pym’s work has brought on some pretty impressive scientific advancements like Ant-Man and the Wasp’s suits. However, it’s also unintentionally bred a pretty serious threat to the world in the form of a brand new villain.
We don’t know a ton about the movie’s new baddie, Ghost, but the latest trailer makes it clear that the world isn’t safe with Ghost in it. Ant-Man must team up with Hope’s new alter ego, Wasp, and work to save the world from the newfound threat.
Ant-Man’s first cinematic adventure proved to be quite the surprise hit of the MCU. Fans who were skeptical about the film ended up being delighted by Paul Rudd’s portrayal of Scott Lang, and fans can’t wait to see him fighting alongside of Evangeline Lilly as she gets her own turn at donning a super suit as the Wasp.
And while the film will answer the question “where were Ant-Man and the Wasp during Infinity War,” we can’t help but wonder what will happen at the conclusion of the film. By the end of Ant-Man and the Wasp, will we officially catch up with Infinity War? And if it so, how will Thanos’ actions in the film impact Hope, Scott, and Hank–will we even get answers?
Luckily, we don’t have to wait too long to find out as Ant-Man and the Wasp drops in theaters on July 6, so be sure you have your premiere plans ready!
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