Sebastian Stan Explains ‘Ant-Man’ Post Credits Scene
For all those who have seen “Ant-Man” might know by now that there are two major reveals in the movie. First one is a mid credit scene and the other one is a post credit scene. Mid credit scene sees Evangeline Lilly’s Hope Van Dyne with Michael Douglas’s Hank Pym just before the Wasp suit is revealed. However, the post credits scene was more interesting as it saw Captain America and Falcon catching up with the Winter Soldier who seemed to be trapped. Some sources suggest that the post credits scene is actually a scene from “Captain America: Civil War” since Captain is not really inclined to ask for Tony’s help, and that leads to Falcon’s suggestion. Quite a few assumptions were made on what must have gone down in the scene, however Sebastian Stan who plays the Winter Soldier shed some light on the scene.
According to Screen Rant, “Captain America: Civil War” will primarily be the battle between Captain America and Iron Man and how their little disagreement over the superhero registration act will divide them as well as the “Avengers.” This movie is said to be featuring more heroes than the “Avengers” itself and will surely be a bloody mess when friends are pitted against each other.
Talking about friends, if there’s one friend that Steve Rogers has had for the longest time, it has to be Bucky Barnes. Bucky who fell in the valley while undertaking an operation during World War in “Captain America: The First Avenger” returned as a brainwashed assassin in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” Since the end of the movie showed him as a free man and Steve trying to make attempts at reminding who he really is, fans have been wondering if there’s any of the old Bucky left or whether he will decide to help his old friend in the battle. Sebastian Stan was kind enough to give his insights on the post credits scene that saw him trapped. He stated that the reason he is trapped is not because he landed himself in that situation, it won’t happen to him because of his own mistake rather someone else wanted to put him there.
Surely there’s a lot more going on in the scene, as it would get a bit hard to figure out the situation completely based on a little preview. Whatever is going on in the scene will be pretty much clear when “Captain America: Civil War” hits theaters on May 6th next year.
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