Directed by Peyton Reed; Ant-Man and The Wasp – Quantumania has its key characters, including Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) exploring the Quantum Realm. A place where they encounter strange creatures, Kang The Conqueror (Jonathan Majors) and an adventure that goes beyond what they thought possible.
Here’s the thing; it’s doubtful that I’ll actually watch this movie. Especially since I’ve not been moved to watch a single Ant-Man film yet.
So, considering the above, why have I featured the film at all? I love the music and the ways it’s used in this trailer. Additionally, I’ve always enjoyed a deep-voiced villain – and third, the trailer gets more interesting and fun for me from 1:34 minutes onwards. Well, except for that part where Ant-Man’s daughter screams ‘Dad!‘ It just feels as though a more emotional version of that was needed for the moment. Luckily though, we end on a high with Kang The Conqueror’s magnificent scream.
Have you seen any Ant-Man movies? How much does this one appeal to you?
Randall Park, Michael Douglas, Kathryn Newton, Katy M. O’Brian, William Jackson Harper, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bill Murray, Corey Stoll and Leonardo Taiwo also star
Ant-Man and The Wasp – Quantumania Release Dates: February 17th, 2023 (US & UK)…
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I haven’t seen an Ant-Man movie either. I get the feeling that if and when I finally do, I’ll feel silly for having waited so long, because I’ll like it! A lot!
Interesting. You may be right. I did feel similarly about the first Avengers movie. However, since so many superhero movies have been released since then, who knows.
I’ll likely write about it if I watch any Ant-Man films. Because, you know, never say never.
I used to read a lot of the Marvel comics when I was a kid. Ant Man has a way of growing on you. 🤣I’ll definitely see this movie.
In that case, I hope that this new one turns out great. If my situation and attitude changes, I’ll be sure to post about. 🤓
I’ve seen all of them 🙂 They are so far mid-tier Marvel but fun. However I have a feeling Jonathon Majors is going to knock this into top tier for me. I’m rooting for Kang 🙂 Although I do feel like this trailer gave away a bit too much possibly.
Also I’m hoping for a Ms. Minutes cameo she did say she was working for someone else after all.
Thank you for breaking it down for me. 🤓
I think I could sort of smell the ‘mid-tier’ status of the films, and that’s partly why I’ve been hesitant.
You’re right about the potential powers of the J. Majors effect. Fingers crossed that yourself and all the Ant-Man fans are very pleasantly surprised. 🤞🤞
Enjoyed both of the Ant-Man films a lot, and am looking forward to this next chapter. If nothing else, it should start pointing us in the general direction of our next “Thanos-level” situation…and that has me eagerly awaiting this film’s opening.
I see, I see. I’m glad you’ve enjoyed them. I sometimes forget that Marvel always seems to have an over-aching idea with all the separate films. I do find myself a little curious about what the next Thanos-level event will look like. Who knows, maybe I’ll end up going back to watch the Ant-Man films if the trailer for the Thanos-level event is compelling enough.
I have yet to see this one, but love the first two for their energy, humor and imagination, plus hearing The Cure’s “Disintegration” play out of the Walkman in slo-mo in the first film.
I hope it’s as good as you expect. I’m often pleasantly surprised by the way movies and trailers use new and old music in unexpected ways.