Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly starrer Ant Man And The Wasp has hit the theatres today.
Following the massive behemoth of a movie, Avengers: Infinity War, in Antman And The Wasp, Marvel Studios has a refreshing light-hearted treat for its fans with humor and wit, scaled along with a hint of Avengers 4.
While you book your tickets to the next Marvel biggie, here are 5 things you definitely must watch out for in the film!
- The Wasp:
With this sequel being the first Marvel film to headline a super-heroine, Evangeline Lilly’s The Wasp not only has shrinking powers as well as wings for flight and blasters, but she kicks some major villainous ass, as shown in the trailers. She pairs up with Ant-Man spectacularly and even steals the show in some of the scenes, according to reviews. Along with Captain Marvel, The Wasp is one of the newest super-heroines to watch out for.
- Michelle Pfeiffer in action:
One of the most beautiful and acclaimed actresses, Michelle Pfeiffer (And who can forget Catwoman) is back to the superhero business, playing Hank Pym’s wife and the original Wasp, Janet VanDyne, who shrank down too far to stop a missile on a mission and got stranded in the Quantum Realm. How her role plays out in the film is something to watch out for.
- Lead up to Avengers 4- a kick ass end credits scene:
Global reviews have indicated a tremendously important and connective end-credit scene, that builds up to Avengers 4.
- Michael Pena’s dialogues:
Playing one of Scott Lang’s partners in crime, Luis, in the first Ant-Man film, Pena easily became a fan-favorite. His talent for witty and fast monologues provided some seriously comic relief in the first part. The trailers and reviews promise a more amped up humor element, especially in scenes with Michael Pena and Paul Rudd.
A supersized Ant-Man shocking people on a yacht, small and huge cars chases and superheroes galore, Ant-Man and the Wasp has the trademark Marvel crowd pleasing action sequences that will satisfy any cine-goer.
Marvel Studio’s Ant-Man And The Wasp releases today in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu
Check out our review here: