Disney provided hotel and transportation for us to attend the Ant-Man And the Wasp press junket and of course we screened the movie beforehand.
Ant-Man and the Wasp is one of our favorite Marvel character movies because the storyline is so family centric. Ant-Man and the Wasp has two different family centric storylines while also being packed with so much humor which you expect from any movie that Paul Rudd is in. I can even quote Evangeline Lilly, who said something along these lines when she was offered the part for her character, Paul Rudd is going to be a super hero? Count me in this nonsense.
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Ant-Man And The Wasp Review
Ant-Man takes place right before Infinity War and will answer your question of “Where was Ant-Man and The Wasp during all that?”. While also Ant-Man and the Wasp is still a stand alone movie, it fits right in the overall Marvel Universe all the way to the two end scenes that you will see if you stay until the final credit.
Ant-Man is under house arrest and has only like 3 days left of his two year sentence while Hank Pym, played by Michael Douglas and his daughter Hope (Evangeline Lilly) are trying to build a device to get into the quantum realm. As they turn it on for the first time, Scott has a vision of Hope’s mom played by Michelle Pfeiffer. So he calls, Hank and then the mayhem for Scott takes off. He becomes a part of their plan to save her.
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All he can think about is getting home to his house so he can be released from house arrest. Everything he does is for his daughter, who we later find out wants to be his partner. But she’s too young. As her father, he wants to protect her above all else.
The other family type theme comes from our two antagonists Dr. Bill Foster (Laurence Fishburne) and Ghost, Hannah John-Kamen. We could call them bad guys, but in the Marvel universe, I feel like all bad guys are redeemable. Maybe even Thanos, only time will tell. Anyway, the two of them are like a family unit working together to also solve a problem.
Ant-Man and The Wasp really become a team. They need each other and work well together. However, they also have even more back up. They have their friends and family and they support each other.
The actors all have a really good rapport with each other. I found all the relationships in the movie to be really well developed and believable. I also heard that they all had a lot of fun off screen too.
Overall, we really enjoyed watching Ant-Man and the Wasp. I found the humor to be family appropriate and within almost every scene. The action scenes were not too intense like other Marvel movies and they portrayed a strong woman who used her skills to kick some male butt. You should head to theaters as soon as you can, I would even pre-purchase your tickets so you don’t run into any spoilers. Ant-Man and The Wasp will be in theaters July 6th.