Fans across the world are all set when “Ant-Man“will finally hit the screens on July 17, 2015. This day shall prove that heroes do come in all sizes and can make a lot of difference with what they have. Scott Lang aka Ant-Man, Marvel’s latest offering for the year 2015 can vouch for the fact that his size has, in fact, helped him in more than one way. Besides giving him immense strength and a chance at redemption, he gets to be the hero the world needs. The movie will clearly have tons of action scenes and a definite sighting of familiar faces from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here’s what you can expect in the movie tomorrow.
According to Cinema Blend, Marvel is almost done marketing the movie by doing every little bit that they can. They did it with previews, TV spots and even revealing some popular & familiar faces from its cinematic universe that will be making a cameo in the movie. It is no secret now that there will be an obvious reference about the “Avengers.” Marvel’s priced possession.
The studio has also made it quite clear in one of their TV spots that someone from the superhero team was looking for Scott. Before you get your minds racing, another TV spot might just give you the answer. Falcon, one of the newest Avenger and Captain America’s friend was the one who appeared in the little promo. Scott also happens to have a little talk with him when he is asked about who he is.
Also, it is being reported that Scott is sent on some training mission and that location happens to be the new “Avengers” training center, a glimpse of which we saw at the end of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”
In one of the report from Movie Pilot, suggested that the post-credits scene from “Ant-Man” spoke about Captain America and Falcon locating the Winter Soldier and on being asked if Tony should be informed about it, Captain refuses but Falcon suggests someone’s name. That someone could be Ant-Man because in the TV spot in which Scott is informed by his friend about “someone from the Avengers” is looking for him. Chances are Falcon is that Avenger who might just get Scott aboard for something bigger in the future.
Besides that, Paul Rudd is also a part of “Captain America: Civil War” so one could probably guess that Falcon and Ant-Man will have a longer association than the little introduction in “Ant-Man”. It is only a matter of 24 hours because after that everything will be crystal clear.
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