“Ant-Man and the Wasp” trailer analysis: 22 things you might have missed

2018 has been a record breaking year for Marvel Studios. Black Panther is currently being screened in several theaters, with a worldwide gross of more than $ 1.3 billion at the moment, while the Avengers: Infinity War series debuted last week at $ 640 million. first week. And the next project will be Ant-Man and the Wasp, which explains what Scott Lang and his friends have experienced over the past few years with the Infinity War.

Set in the background of Captain America: Civil War, the film will show that the Pym family is fleeing the FBI while Scott’s decision to follow Captain America has caused unintended consequences for his entire family, and he he was detained at home. But the reality is that things are unforeseen, and things will get messed up again when the new super villain – the Ghost – uses the Quantum Realm technology to cause trouble.

Yesterday, new trailer of Ant-Man and the Wasp was posted online and more information about the next movie in the MCU that we will analyze the following. In addition to the brief appearance of Wasp (Michelle Pfeiffer) in a flashback scene, we still have other things to watch out for and the following is a list of 22 not to be missed.

Ant-Man and the Wasp Trailer:

1. Scott in the river

This seems to be one of the Marvel’s favorite scenes in the movie, with (Gi) Ant-Man staring down at the boat filled with people. It is easy to understand why it is loved; This is an excellent moment and also a laughing factor – similar to when Scott grabbed the War Machine’s leg in Captain America: Civil War – when he was in full control of the real power. At the same time, this scene also feeds on the Golden Gate Bridge framework in San Francisco.

Marvel Comics is proud of building their stories in the “world outside your window”, and Ant-Man and the Wasp will be perfect.

2. Goliath

The trailer ends with Scott and Hank talking to the character. Bill Foster of Laurence Fishburne, who is known by comic fans as Goliath. We have known that Foster was built as an old associate of Hank Pym and this scene will show the intimacy between the two. Pym really believed in telling Bill Foster the secrets of Pym Particles and doing Goliath experiments with him. Foster’s big record was 21 feet (6.4 m), and Scott also boasted to him, proudly of his record of 65 feet (19.8 m), thus creating a humorous joke when the men He measured each other in size.
But why are these tests stopped? It seems they have discovered that Pym Particles can cause bad effects on the user’s health and that is why Hank himself can not become an Ant-Man himself. In Captain America: Civil War, Scott admitted in the first attempt to transform into Giant-Man, he fainted. This experiment seems to have put a lot of pressure on the human body, and that’s probably why Foster just stopped at 21 feet, and even why the experiments forced him. stop. If that’s true, Scott should really be more careful when playing with this size-changing technology.

3. Luis our poor

During the car chase we mentioned above, there is a key scene in which the Hope-driven truck diminishes in order to avoid danger and is then drastically changed to overturn the vehicle. competitor. Apparently Hope was a good driver, but the driver in the driver seat was the one who gave the audience more attention.

Luis will experience the feeling of resizing for the first time in his life in this scene, and his reaction, as always, is extremely humorous. He panicked as the crumbling rubble rumbled around the miniature truck and only a small pulse from those shocks was enough to kill all of them (of course, only if the rules of things The normal rule applies here. Pena will obviously play a more important role in this movie. In fact, because he is the owner of the miniature building, it will definitely become the center of the whole story.

4. A brief flashback

Another blink of an eye is the other, which is the action scene of Ant-Man and Wasp early life. If you look carefully, you will see that both armor are old designs and it is possible that this is a flashback from one of the Ant-Man missions for S.H.I.E.L.D. In the past, we still do not know if it has anything to do with the plot of the movie.

Whatever the case, this is also the first time we have officially seen the action of Wasp played by Michelle Pfeiffer.

5. MacGuffin Building

Hank Pym’s building will likely be MacGuffin (the story’s plotting element). This will obviously be his mobile base, which contains all the technology he has. The first trailer revealed that Walton Goggins’ character, Sonny Burch, would steal it, leading to a chase through the streets of San Fracisco. This time, the second trailer seemed to have revealed the outcome of the chase event as the building successfully turned back to its normal size. The humor here is that it will happen in the middle of a car park, causing unchecked panic when cars are shot to the side when the building suddenly changes.

6. Cooperation against Ghost

Any co-operation that ultimately raises a question: who will be the leader? In the case of Ant-Man and the Wasp, it would be clear that Hope was. To be fair, Scott certainly was not a good commander with a bizarre direction: let a winged assailant lower down while attacking on high. In a previous scene, we see the Ghost flying Ant-Man, so obviously these two heroes will have to work together to fight against her. Wasp could use the same way she used to do in cars, use size-changing technology to gain momentum, and from there could launch a powerful kick. Considering this confrontation will take place in the lab, it is likely that Ghost is chasing the Pym family and the two main characters will shake hands with her.

7. Scott in Quantum Realm (With Wasp?)

Quantum Realm is a very dangerous place, but it looks like Scott Lang will choose to return to his place in his armor. We still do not know the reason why he did this without Hank Pym’s protection ship, or how he would come out. Another thing to consider is that you are not alone. There was something else in the Quantum Realm and it ran through him at the speed of light, so fast that only the last few images appeared in the trailer, but clearly this would be an important detail in this story. .

Is this Janet Van Dyne? If that’s true, then Ant-Man would have met the Wasp first. If this is not the case, then it means that Quantum Realm is home to some sort of creature, and Scott will have to confront them. Maybe that’s how Janet lived such a long time in Quantum Realm: she became a resident.

8. Seagull Attack

The world is indeed a dangerous place, scary when you are riding an ant. This particular scene reminds us of classic-size films like Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, in which the heroic teardrops must try to survive in the cruel natural world. They are considered prey and hunted. In Scott’s case, riding an ante on the back would make him an attractive snack for a seagull. Then he had to jump into the water and this would be an important part to play in later.

9. Giant ants play drums

After watching the trailer, perhaps the most asked question is: why in the trailer have a giant ants sit drumming?For a few people, this may prove to be a sign that Marvel is losing his sense of humor, but for others, it’s just another joke that’s made for the studio. continue to pay attention to a talking raccoon and a giant tree.

But what is the real reason Marvel chose to put this scene in the trailer? Is it just to entertain the audience?

At first, the house in the trailer looked like Cassie’s house – and this was probably her idea. The climactic details of Ant-Man’s first film were the battle between Ant-Man and Yellowjacket in Cassie Lang’s bedroom, an accident occurred when using the Pym Particle, which caused one of Scott’s ants. Zoom out and Cassie decided to keep it as her pet. Gale, a police officer, commented, “It was a dog with a terrible appearance.” WhiH Newsfront also reported on a “giant insect-like insect.”

Cassie decides to keep the ant as a pet and sneak it to pieces of food under the table. It was almost impossible to keep a giant ants for a long time, so maybe her parents knew it already but pretended not to see it and let her keep it. Ants can live up to 15 years, so there’s no reason not to appear in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Apparently Cassie was trying to tame it; That might be her drum kit and she taught her how to play.

But if this is not just a joke of Marvel? If you watch the scene a little bit more closely, you may find it reveals a detail in the plot. The ant is wearing an ankle transmitter, and it is likely that the transmitter used by the police to keep Scott Lang in the house. Scott then used his skills to take off the machine and put it on Cassie’s ankle. So, just as Cassie kept the ant in the house, the police would never know if Scott had sneaked out of the house, unless he was caught in public space wearing the Ant-Man armor. But would not it be great to turn into a giant San Fancisco River?

This is a familiar step for Marvel: attracting the attention of every scene into a ridiculous and humorous film. But in fact, such scenes often contain something that is important and often overlooked.

10. Tears of the Wasp

This is probably one of the most intriguing scenes in the trailer, a flashing moment that Hope Van Dyne can not hold back tears. Our two heroes will obviously have to go through emotional challenges, and they will challenge Hope in ways she never thought possible.

This is just a guess, but it’s possible that the footage will be related to Janet Van Dyne, Hope’s mother. The venue for the meeting appears to be Hank Pym’s lab, where they will be able to perform the mission into Quantum Realm.

11. Wasp’s kitchen battle (and scoop with salt vial)

If Ant-Man is a movie about technology resize, the sequel will use it in extremely unique and creative ways. For example, in this humorous movie, you will see how a pot of salt combined with Pym molecules can become deadly. This is the second time we have seen Hope use this trick; In the first trailer, she did the same thing when she threw a box of Pez candy at her chase. Hopefully she will be smarter than Scott in Captain America: Civil War when he mistakenly threw up the truck and made it explode.

Pym’s shot at this salt vial is only part of Hope’s battle in the kitchen. We still do not know what is the role of this battle in the plot, perhaps a splendid characterization of the Wasp by Scott and Hank, who were watching through the screen.

12. Ant-Man and The Wasp (finally) team up

One thing the trailers always want to emphasize: Wasp is not just an assistant. The relationship between Ant-Man and The Wasp is completely equal in that each of them has his own skills and abilities. That is the main reason why the power of two characters is differently built. Maybe both can be resized, but Wasp is the one with wings and guns, while Ant-Man can command ants. In fact, Cassie may have been right to say her father really needed a “partner,” who could focus on him and help stop him from making foolish decisions. And when Scott shouted, “Ant-Man and the Wasp, teamin ‘up!” (Ant-Man and the Wasp, team up!), There was an unequivocal joy in his voice.

13. The FBI besieged the Pym family

When Scott Lang signed the confession agreement, it was likely that he had been forced to testify with the US government about the person who provided him with the technology. That is why we see the Pym family running away from the FBI and also the explanation for the stressful relationship between the Pym and Lang families when both Hank and Hope were pouring for Scott. is responsible for the time they have to flee.
This scene was released many times during the campaign as well as trailers of Ant-Man and the Wasp when the FBI finally found the Pym family. But finding two people is one thing; Getting them is another thing. Ant-Man and the Wasp will clearly raise the size of the action scene to a new height and Hank Pym is always prepared in advance. This is a man who carried a tank in the keys.

14. Ghosts fly Ant-Man

How strong is Ghost? The trailer shows that she is a very strong survivor, with an action scene in which Ghost can fly Ant-Man easily. It looks like the ghost version of MCU will possess the same power as Vision. She can turn into invisible, but can also become extremely tough and powerful as superhuman. This would be a reasonable explanation for how she could kick Scott through the wall.

These skills are almost all the information we have about Ghost in the upcoming movie, although there are a few hints when we see her appear in Hank Pym’s lab, seemingly trying harnessing the power of Quantum Realm somehow.

15. The origin of Ghost

The main villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp is a character known as Ghost. In the trailer, Luis gave the first information about the origin of Ghost in MCU: she stole Hank Pym’s technology and used it to gain access to the power of Quantum Realm. In a way, this gave her the ability to overcome the limits of reality and to “go through the walls and objects.” The idea seems to be similar to Doctor Strange’s ability to borrow power from another parallel space and use it to re-shape reality.

What is the motive of Ghost? In the trailer, Luis does not seem to care about this when he says, “Now she wants to dominate the world, or something is wrong.”

16. Quantum Realm has changed

If you notice, you will see Quantum Realm in the trailer looks very different. The reason for this difference may be due to the effects we saw in the first film as a result of Ant-Man being in a state of miniature running through this position. Instead, in Ant-Man and the Wasp, the party will actually explore Quantum Realm and before that they will have to learn how to stay stable for their miniature status.
Or the difference is simply because Marvel likes to change the effect a bit for fun.

17. Pym travels to Quantum Realm

Ant-Man has come up with the idea of ​​Quantum Realm, a space where you have to shrink your body to the size of a new atomic particle that can be entered and once described as “a world where every definition of Time and space are meaningless. ” For decades, Hank Pym’s wife, Janet Van Dyne, has been lost to Quantum Realm, and so Pym thinks his wife was dead until Scott Lang proved that humans could return from a full moon. hide this.
Knowing this, Pym was revived, determined to devote all his wealth and technology to the Quantum Realm exam. He has created a Jack Kirby-style vehicle to be able to safely enter that position. This medium looks a bit like the designs used by the Fantastic Four to explore the Negative Zone in the series. We all know that Pym’s expedition will eventually succeed, and Janet Van Dyne, somehow will return to Earth.

18. Luis

Michael Pena’s Luis was one of the most popular characters in the early part of Ant-Man, and it looks like he will have an important role in the sequel. As we see in the trailer, Luis becomes the CEO of a company where the Pym family will seek help for their confrontation with Ghost. And because Scott seems to be working for Luis, it’s likely that the company is the X-Con security company introduced in recent shots. The idea came from a new comic book, in which Scott founded a company called Ant-Man Security Solutions.

19. Wasp’s action scene

In the chase, we also see a very good Fighting Hope when she performs an excellent action in the Wasp armor. Obviously, Wasp has been practicing his skills for a long time and finally invented his own unique style: a combination of nimble martial arts and mixed- continuously. There was a particularly cool scene when Wasp easily moved from the rear of the car to the front, creating momentum to smash window glass and hit the driver.

20. Car chase to catch Sonny Burch

The trailer opens with Scott using his reshuffling power to make a giant, climbs up behind the truck and uses his legs to chase after the thieves. The (Gi) Ant-Man can deal with a gunman easily – with a fingertip – it is perfectly suited to character traits. Unfortunately, Ant-Man’s heroic actions turn out to be wrong when he tries to brake his fast-moving truck to break the road. Lang confessed to her daughter, “Almost every time, Dad makes a mess.”

But Ant-Man was chasing after that? Watch closely and you’ll realize that Sonny Burch (played by Walton Goggins) is in the car, with Hank Pym’s building on his lap. We saw this chasing scene pretty much in the propaganda campaign for Ant-Man and the Wasp, and it looks like the building and Burch are the focus of the scene.

21. Ant-Man again

After Captain America: Civil War, many heroes decided to follow Cap, but Scott Lang and Clint Barton chose to return to their families. According to the Avengers: Infinity War, they signed a confession and accepted detention at home. It seems that under the terms of the deal, they would have to throw away the superhero title and, according to the trailer, Scott Lang had ceased to be Ant-Man for a long time.

Of course, Scott was always a risk taker and it was only a matter of time before he decided to continue wearing that armor. Despite the deal, the trailer shows Scott and his friends do not seem to be working law-abiding.

So far, we have not had a precise timeline for Ant-Man and the Wasp, and these events can happen at any time between the Civil War and the Infinity War. In fact, Marvel offers this trailer with a simple question: Where is Ant-Man and Wasp? It’s even possible that these things will happen at the close of the Infinity War.

22. Cassie Lang and Avengers 4

Scott Lang may find himself a terrible superhero but his daughter does not think so because she says “I wish I could fight the bad guy like Daddy.” In the story, Cassie has grown up under the shadow of superheroes, and she is close enough to the Avengers to call Iron Man Uncle Tony. After her father’s tragic death, she has officially become a superhero operating under many aliases, from Stature to Ant-Girl and is a pillar member of Marvel’s Young Avengers.

Most likely Cassie will finally fulfill his wish in the MCU. Avengers 4 recruited Emma Fuhrmann as Cassie Lang’s teenager, showing both the time leap and the role of daughter Scott in the MCU. We all know that Ant-Man and Wasp are going to join Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (Avengers), but what if we also have another hero who is against Lekos?

Ant-Man and the Wasp will be available in theaters on July 6.

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