I don't know who that is, so my mind immediately jumped to:
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Another corporate bad guy? Hrumpf. It's probably Stan Lee's fault rather than the movie people (add me to the folk who know jack shit about Ant-Man villains) but I wish we were getting something else.
I swear, I've read a lot of damn comics in my life, and I couldn't tell you a single Ant-Man villain. Even Yellowjacket was just another name Hank Pym used when he lost his mind (and beat up Janet).
Just three, in February, May and July. Then Captain Marvel next March and Avengers 4 in May, ending Phase 3. Then Homecoming 2 in July 2019 kicks off Phase 4, or whatever is next, with Guardians 3 being the only confirmed movie for 2020.
I wish the MCU movies in 2019 weren't packed into the span of 5 months. Hell, even this year, they are packed into 7 months.
So, Ant-Man and the Wasp is getting a Superbowl trailer, right? I mean...it has to.
I would think Super Bowl would be Black Panther and IW, since the latter comes out before Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Looks cute. I don't have a ton invested in Ant-Man outside of it being a fun lark with clever usage of tiny things getting big.
Running on the knife was cool.
Brief glimpse at the Quantum Realm!
Same here. Fun and laughs is what i want, and it looks like it will deliver
I don't know why, but it didn't occur to me when Civil War came out that almost every Phase 3 movie would be directly affected by it. Obviously every MCU builds on what came before in subtle or not-so-subtle ways, but this (much like Homecoming) looks like a direct sequel to Civil War.
This would seem to put to bed people claiming a Solo trailer doesn't need to be out yet, right?
An Ant-Man trailer for July dropping two weeks before Black Panther comes out, and this is after the Infinity War teaser was released two months ago.
He's right though. It definitely does not look cinematic. And that's not trying to knock Marvel movies in general as I think Guardians Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther look like movies. They all looked great! Unfortunately, this does look very television-y.
The first half of the first movie looked very CW pilot (I'm thinking the Baskin-Robbins scene, so overly lit). But it really kicked into gear in the FX-heavy second half, and I'm thinking this will be the same, considering I'm thinking a big part of the movie is saving Janet from the Quantum Realm.
I don't disagree that the trailer wasn't particularly cinematic. I'm fine with that; as one of the seemingly few Chewers who seemed to really dig the first Ant-man movie, I'll be quite happy with a continuation of what we had.
If any MCU movie resembles a TV pilot, it's HOMECOMING.
Which, of course, Saxon loves.