We all loved how adorable and goofy Paul Rudd was as Ant-Man when he donned the suit and controlled superhuman strength, which was considered to be one of the most powerful weapons. What is even more interesting is that Paul will be repeating it in next year’s “Captain America: Civil War” and in “Ant-Man and The Wasp.” Here are a few things that should happen in the sequel to better establish it in the superhero genre.
According to Cinema Blend, “Ant-Man” touched a bit of Dr. Hank Pym’s past and how he once used to work for S.H.I.E.L.D and what led to him leaving the agency. What we expect from this movie is to show more bits and pieces of his past along with his lovely wife Janet Van Dyne (Hope’s mother) aka the Wasp who is presumed dead and because of which Hank does not have a good equation with his daughter Hope Van Dyne.
So, jumping from the pair of Scott Lang as the Ant-Man and Hope Van Dyne as the Wasp to Dr. Pym and Janet in the same roles would be interesting to see as fans will get to see two different versions of the same. It surely would need tons of special effects to show something like that.
Second thing is more of a personal desire for me. How amazing would it be to see Scott experimenting with what his suit can really do? For all those who are aware when Dr. Pym was the Ant-Man, he could transform his size and become the Giant-Man, this transition was what kept the character really interesting. What if instead of “Captain America: Civil War,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp” introduces Scott’s new form the Giant-Man? How amazing it would be if Scott would just turn into a giant during a crucial fight in the movie.
Finally, the Microverse sequence in the movie. What if Scott and Hope enter the micro universe version and somehow are able to track down Hank’s wife and Hope’s mother Janet. There’s still a possibility that she might be alive and existing somewhere in that universe without being seen by anyone. It would be heartwarming for Hope, instead to be reunited with her mother.
In other news Hollywood Reporter added that “Ant-Man” director Peyton Reed could return to helm the sequel too. If sources are to be believed then Marvel Studios are currently in negotiations with the director to return for the sequel scheduled to release in 2018. As of now it remains to be seen when the studio will lock a deal with the director.
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