Marvel: Ant-Man 3 trailer unveils Kang, the great post-Thanos villain


The trailer for Marvel's upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania premiered during Comic-Con 2022, and revealed an antagonist major Phase 4.

A lot happened at San Diego Comic-Con this year, and true to them- same, Marvel Studios and Disney blithely appropriated the event. During the panel reserved for the famous stamp and its many superheroes, festival-goers had the opportunity to discover in preview the myriad of trailers, and other reveals concocted by Kevin Feige.

First images of Guardians of the Galaxy 3 (which also show an adorable baby Rocket), to those of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, passing by the new preview She-Hulk, which formalizes the reboot of the series Daredevil >, so Marvel hasn't skimped on the surprises relating to the Phase 4 sequel. And if all that wasn't enough, the first trailer for the third part of the adventures of Ant-Man and the Wasp has also been released, revealing a first glimpse of the character camped by Bill Murray.

So these first images open to Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), clearly pleased to have helped save the Universe following the events of Avengers: Endgame, and in the middle of an autograph session for his autobiography Look Out for The Little Guy. However, there is a flip side behind the glitz and fame of the superhero, since a few seconds later, Scott receives a phone call revealing to him that his daughter Cassie, who will be played by Kathryn Newton (Supernatural, Detective Pikachu), was recently discontinued. Being a superhero therefore seems less difficult than raising a difficult teenager.

But maybe it's in voiceover that the most interesting is played out. The viewer may thus have recognized the timbre of Jonathan Majors, introduced by the Loki series as the interpreter of Kang the Conqueror. The latter then seems to try to rally Scott to his causeby revealing to him that the very fabric of time is not as linear as he thinks, and that if he wanted to, it would be possible for him to find the time lost following Thanos' snap.

Keeping the promises of the title Quantumania, the trailer also gives pride of place to the Quantum Realm, and gives an overview of Scott's unfortunate stay there following the finale of Ant-Man and the Wasp. However, the hero may well be forced to return there in spite of himself: thus, when a bad experience impacts the gravity inside Pym's laboratory, Cassie finds herself drawn to the quantum realm despite the efforts of her father to hold her back. Then, suddenly, everyone present in the laboratory disappears with her.

Now trapped in the kingdom, Scott and his acolytes meet Bill Murray. If the role of the actor remains unknown to this day, the latter had, however, confirmed that his character would not necessarily be a very sympathetic person, and is therefore positioned as one of the main antagonists of the footage. The latter also seems to recognize Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), whom he believed to be long dead, subsequently opening the way for a passive to be explored between the two characters.

The end of the trailer is marked by a physical manifestation of Kang. Scott, not knowing that he is, shows his characteristic bravery, and announces to his enemy that he is an Avenger, and that it would therefore be a question of not offending him. Majors' character then quickly sets about making his blood run cold by asking him if he's ever killed him before.

Suffice to say that this first trailer seems to promise its share of action, twists, and various and varied surprises. It also seems like Kang's arrival outside of the Loki series' confines positions the footage as a hub of this fourth phase. However, it will be a matter of taking your troubles patiently before being able to find out more, since Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be released on February 17, 2023 in the United States, and the February 15, 2023 in French cinemas.


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