In case you missed the news last week, there’s a good chance we’ll see the first Ant-Man trailer sometime next week. The trailer was classified, meaning it’s on the way, and the prevailing thought is it could debut during the premiere of Agent Carter on January 6.
So what will we see in that trailer? Paul Rudd as Ant-Man is a pretty good bet. Maybe even Michael Douglas as his predecessor and mentor Hank Pym or Pym’s daughter played by Evangeline Lilly. One character you probably won’t see is Yellow Jacket, played by Corey Stoll. He’s the film’s villain and probably kind of a major reveal over the course of the movie.
Whether or not we’ll see the character in the trailer, a new promotional banner has been revealed that shows the black and yellow menace in his full glory. Below, check out the Yellow Jacket Ant Man movie image. Read More »
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Marvel Studios is pretty great at giving fans a tease at their work as early as possible. In some cases, thanks to Comic Con, we’ve seen footage from their movies just one day into filming. So if director Peyton Reed finished production on Ant-Man on December 5, the fact a trailer was classified on December 23 kind of makes sense. A trailer classification usually means it’ll hit the Internet within a week or two. In the case of Ant-Man, because of the holidays, odds are that won’t happen until 2015. But the release will probably be very early in 2015. So what’s the occasion? When and where will you see it? Read about the Ant-Man trailer below. Read More »
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Certain filmmakers are just always going to do their own thing. Someone like Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson or Quentin Tarantino have no interest in making someone else’s vision. They make films to convey their own vision and if someone asks them to do anything else, that’s the end of the conversation.
It seems more and more likely Edgar Wright and Marvel Studios had that kind of dispute. For several years, Wright had been working on his vision of Ant-Man but once Marvel started to actually consider it, they realized it wasn’t what they wanted. That’s probably what created the “differences in their vision of the film” cited in the original departure statement.
Now, that’s a statement bolstered by Ant-Man co-star Evangeline Lilly. The actress, who was cast by Wright, is in the film as Hank Pym’s daughter Hope Van Dyne. She said that while Wright’s vision for the film was incredibly exciting, she believes it wouldn’t have fit in with the other movies Marvel has created. “It would have stuck out like a sore thumb, no matter how good it was,” she says. Read Evangeline Lilly’s Edgar Wright Ant Man quotes below. Read More »
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