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Why Ant-Man Is Even More Important To Avengers 4 Than We Knew

Avatar Kádas István | január 17, 2019




If you didn’t think Ant-Man was important to Avengers 4 or the MCU, we can understand. What a difference a movie makes! What a long, strange, and unexpected trip Paul Rudd (Scott Lang) has taken as the second Ant-Man. If you didn’t expect this character to be anything more than a forgotten series in the MCU lineup, we can’t blame you. Then Ant-Man And The Wasp hit theaters, and that mid-credits scene showed Ant-Man stuck in the quantum realm with seemingly no way out – as Hank Pym, Hope Van Dyne, and Janet Van Dyne turned to dust when the snap happened. Then the Avengers: Endgame trailer changed all that.

At the end of the trailer, we see Scott Lang waving to a security camera outside the Avengers compound. But what does it mean? Did Ant-Man time travel back to the past – like 1983 – and pop up there? Did he somehow make it out of the quantum realm in present time, and drove Luis’ tricked out custom van across the country? How do the Quantum Healing Particles play into all this? Is a time vortex the key for Ant-Man to save his new friends, the Avengers, and bring back Spider-Man, Groot, et al. from their dusting? As Captain America and Black Widow look at that security footage – and piercing together what the original Wasp Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) said, we think that Ant-Man might just be the key to all this; after all, we’re in the Endgame now.

Missing, presumed dead | 0:15
Time travel in style with the Ant-Van | 1:23
Comic relief | 2:51
Placement in the trailer | 3:43

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Written by Kádas István


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