After they were missing from 'Infinity War'...
While fans were left wondering of his whereabouts in Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel have unveiled the first full trailer for Ant-Man And The Wasp.
It sees Paul Rudd returning as Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man, following the character’s first 2015 standalone film. Ant-Man And The Wasp is out on July 6.
The trailer teases Lang’s new companion, The Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), and arch-nemesis, Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen).
A poster for the film has also been revealed.
Unveiled by Evangeline Lilly (who plays Wasp in the franchise), the bold and dramatic new poster also depicts Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, along with Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne, Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost, Michael Douglas as Hank Py), Laurence Fishburne (as Bill Foster), Michael Peña as Luis, Bobby Canavale as Paxton, and Judy Greer as Maggie.
The “formulaic but consistently entertaining” Ant-Man hit screens in 2015, proving a hit with comic book fans – leading many to hope for the character to have an important role in the recent box office smash and critically-acclaimed, Avengers: Infinity War.
Released last week, Infinity War made $39 million (about £28.3 million) in tickets sales on its first night alone.
Avengers: Age of Ultron took $27.6 million on its opening night while the recent recording-breaking Black Panther managed $25.2 million, making Avengers: Infinity War Marvel’s most successful debut.
In our review of Infinity War, NME wrote: “There are flaws — a lot happens very quickly and some of the supposed main characters feel like cameos. Infinity War is under pressure to be the most exhilarating experience yet, but it sometimes sacrifices story for spectacle. Even Thanos (Josh Brolin) could do with a few more lines.
“For the most part though, this bonkers blockbuster is an entertaining and surprisingly emotional flick that will keep everybody happy.”