Marvel’s Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania New Trailer Out Now

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A new trailer for Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania just got released, revealing more plot details and action scenes.

Following the College Football Playoff National Championship game last night, Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania dropped its second official trailer. It revealed some more stunning CGI cinematic shots, more dialogue with Jonathan Majors’ Kang and even some more cameos/easter eggs. MCU fans have not seen Kang on-screen since his debut performance in the Disney+ series, Loki.

Yesterday morning, a new Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania poster and teaser was released on the Marvel Studios Twitter account. After the big football match, the news about the new trailer dropped.It already noted how it would be more action-packed than the first. Personally, I thought the first trailer was good enough—but this was like seeing the quantum realm canvas being painted on its almost fullest form.

Fans can be reassured that this film will be kicking off Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a big bang at the subatomic level—containing all the heart and humour MCU fans can expect. But, it was clearly shown that the menacing Kang will be bringing a new type of villainy and darkness to one of the more lighthearted MCU film series and characters.

I think this was a bold move to add some darker tones to one of the more humourous and family-focused heroes of the MCU. But, I can see how this will be the catalyst for darkness to spread throughout this phase and into Phase 6. Perhaps, it will be able to accomplish what Thor: Love and Thunder lacked in its mix and shift of tones.

Director Peyton Reed shared, “The Ant-Man movies have always been about family. In Quantumania, we’re deepening and complicating the family dynamic while painting on a much larger canvas. We dipped our toe in the Quantum Realm in the first couple of movies, and this time, we wanted to give the movie an entirely different look: It’s an epic experience.”

The trailer detailed that Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang/Ant-Man has to gather what Kang “needs” in exchange for giving Scott more time—potentially making up the lost time with his daughter that he missed when he was trapped in the Quantum Realm at the end of the last film. It seemed to be a real deal-with-the-devil sort of thing. However, it appeared that Scott was either forced to do Kang’s bidding, or he believed it at first.

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Later on in the trailer, it showed Scott trying to fight against Kang, but we all know Scott is not much of a fighter and got beat. He got beaten up so bad that his helmet cracked and looked like it was pretty much wrecked. Reed added, “The stakes are high. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania sets the stage for several films to follow. That, to me, was extremely exciting. Creating the Quantum Realm—it’s the ultimate act of world creation.

The idea is that they go farther down into the Quantum Realm than we’ve seen in previous movies. We not only had to create the look of these cities and civilization, we had to create the internal logic and history, and then populate it with all these creatures, beings and structures.” Reed explained on building out the Quantum Realm for this third installment.

The biggest on-screen shocker in the trailer was the appearance of the ginormous-brained super villain MODOK. Fans may have seen the animated series to get an understanding of the character, but this MODOK will make more sense to the future of the MCU in mind. Some fan theorists mentioned how it might be possible that this MODOK will be Darren Cross/Yellowjacket after the events of the first Ant-Man film where everyone saw how he went gruesomely subatomic. This may be the by-product of that scene.

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Marvel Studios was also able to reveal the final synopsis for the film:

“Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania finds Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne continuing to explore life as a couple who also happen to be Super Heroes. Life is good—Scott has penned a book, Hope is championing humanitarian causes, and their family—Hope’s parents, Janet van Dyne and Hank Pym, and Scott’s daughter, Cassie—are finally part of their day-to-day lives. Cassie, it turns out, shares her new family’s passion for science and technology—specifically with regard to the Quantum Realm.

But her curiosity leads to an unexpected, one-way trip for them all to the vast subatomic world, where they encounter strange new creatures, a stricken society and a master of time whose menacing undertaking has only just begun. With Scott and Cassie pulled in one direction, and Hope, Janet and
Hank in another, they are lost in a world at war with no idea how or if they’ll ever find their way home again.”

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Many fans have been quick to put out their theories into the internet void, some may even reach into the Quantum Realm of our realities. But one thing is for certain. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania will be in theaters on February 17, 2023.

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