New Ant-Man And The Wasp Clip Showcases An Insane Car Chase
"That undercarriage is filthy!"
2018 has already proven to be a huge year for Marvel, with both Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War scoring the studio two of its biggest ever hits. But there's still one more MCU movie to come, and while it's unlikely that Ant-Man and The Wasp will do quite as well at the box office business as those two blockbusters, it should still prove to be a popular and entertaining romp.
The movie hits theaters next month, and ahead of that, a new clip has been released. It's an action-packed car chase, in which Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) and Luis (Michael Pena) are pursued through the streets by some bad guys. Luckily their van is equipped with Pym Particles, enabling it to shrink to a tiny size. Check it out below:
This clip follows the latest Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer, which was released at the end of May. In addition, we've recently had this TV spot, and a collection of character posters. The movie stars Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, plus Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Laurence Fishburne, and Randall Park as SHIELD agent Jimmy Woo. It's directed by Peyton Reed, who helmed the first movie.
In a recent interview with Slashfilm, Reed spoke about how the movie's story stands apart from events elsewhere in the MCU. "We definitely had to deal with the ramifications post-Civil War. That was crucial to Scott and crucial to Hope," he said. "It really is fundamental in the jumping-off point about what's going on between the two of them at the start of this movie. Outside of that, what I'm really happy about is we’re free to tell sort of our freestanding story.
"Once we establish that as the leaping-off point, this thing is going on over here with huge personal stakes and huge other stakes that are really separate of what's going on with Infinity War. So that, again, is something that was really, really appealing to me. We have enough stuff to track in this movie without having to sort of keep abreast of what’s going on in that."
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