Once again, Marvel knocked it out of the ballpark with their announcements at San Diego Comic-Con. And when it comes to pimping their new movies, they do it with flare, style and comedy. The panel kicked off with a clip featuring Ant-Man's Paull and Rudd and Michael Pena doing a recap of the history of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, using props like Hulk hands and pictures of David Hasselhoff as Nick Fury. Fishburne has been added as Bill Foster, a scientist and former colleague of Pym's, who, in the comics, later becomes the superhero Black Goliath, before transforming into Giant-Man.
First up, a look at Ant-Man and The Wasp, along with the reveal that Michelle Pfeiffer would be joining the cast.
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Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it's possible that the sequel could further explore Hank Pym's past and the devastating loss of his wife Janet after her disappearance in the quantum realm. Ant-Man is shown riding on his daughter's back.
Also revealed on Saturday: A character called the Ghost will be in the film. In the comic books the film franchise is based on, van Dyne was the original Wasp superhero who was presumed dead after shrinking down to a subatomic state.
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#Peyton Reed, who directed the first "Ant-Man" film, will return for this sequel, while Paul Rudd and Gabriel Ferrari will work on its script.
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It was also confirmed that The Ghost would be the villain, and she (yes she) would be played by Hannah John-Kamen (Ready Player One). The costume color though is of significance, it is yellow which is in contrast with Ant-Man's red.