She said that after years of "hearing Marvel male superheroes complain about their suits", she wondered why hers was "just not that bad". Stories of enhanced beings, masked vigilantes and common folk doing extraordinary acts in the name of helping either their neighbor, a city, a nation or a universe.
Despite the title of Ant-Man and the Wasp, it's actually that relationship that least registers, strangely. The revelation is likely to provoke a measure of backlash from close-minded fans, but it's being met with enthusiasm from other Marvel moviegoers who are eager to see the beloved films become more inclusive.
"And you're bringing it to a great point that that's what genre films are", Feige continued.
Lilly's candid - and gymnastic - display earned her a gasp of admiration from her interviewer, who appeared momentarily lost for words before offering: "I love you". But, as the audience gets to know her, we discover that she has a deeply personal reason for wanted to absorb quantum realm energy. The process of elimination gets you to Avengers 4 pretty quickly. It's a loose assemblage of scenes in a comic adventure that serves, in effect, as a very expensive interlude between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, except, of course, that it's released after the latter film, which highlights the unnecessary nature of the whole thing.
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KF: It's really cool and I think it's a great first example of what Imagineers can do with the MCU.
On how Hope, the daughter of scientist Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) who discovered Ant-Man's shrinking technology, has changed since the first movie, she said during a press conference the day before our roundtable interview: "There has been a lot of healing and a lot of growth".
Ant-Man is a really good dad.
"I was like, 'Are they going to give me a movie?" I don't think the original film is better than the sequel, but maybe you also want to stick around for some shirtless scenes of Rudd.
Captain Marvel's costume is nearly an exact replica of the one she wears in the Marvel comics, which made its debut in 2012 and was designed by artist Jamie McKelvie. "And they were like, 'Now we're shooting it, go!' and we were like 'How are we supposed to interpret that?'"