New Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer deals with Civil War fallout , introduces Ghost and more2 min read

The first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp is revealing and every bit of fun , we expected it to be.

 

 

Ant-Man was a huge success in terms of a small MCU movie. And as promised , the sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp seems to deliver on things previously just teased. Wasp makes a glamorous entry in a world which tries to cope with the consequences of the Civil War. Though we don’t get a glimpse of Michelle Pfeiffer’s Jean Van Dyne , we do get a look at Fishburne’s character and a introductory look at the villainous Ghost.

 

 

 

Similar to previous filmmakers , Reed does know how to use Wasp in action. Not to forget , Captain America : Civil War gave an explosive debut of Gaint man. The story prespective with Gaint Man continues in the first trailer tease as we see him being glaned by the public  , most probably , for the first time . We also get a little tease of what we can expect from Hope Van Dyne’s Wasp .

All in all , the teaser promises a lot of action in a world which is miles bigger than the first Ant-Man movie. Also as mentioned earlier , it would be interesting to see how the events of Civil War has affected Scott Lang. The trailer adresses the events of Civil War through Scott and Hope having a simple conversation , at the very beginning.

Scott: “I just have one question: When Cap needed help, if I’d asked you, would you have come?”

Hope: “I guess we’ll never know. But if you had, you’d have never been caught.”

We can hope to seee more of how Civil War has helped shape up Scott’s world. And here is the official poster to display the mark of the start of the promotion for Ant-Man and the Wasp.

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So let us know what you think of the first Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer in the comments section below.

The Knight

A superhero enthusiast who has a sweet tooth for classical film-making. Thus The Dark Knight and Logan remains his all time favorite CBMs. Also tries to write content which is not only good in its own respect but also brings out the best in his readers.

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