Well, here we are in the wake of the shocking ending of “Avengers: Infinity War,” already looking to the future to maybe, hopefully, get some clues about how the Avengers are gonna get themselves out of this extremely tough pickle. “Ant-Man and the Wasp” is the next movie up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe this July, and Marvel released an eye-opening new trailer Tuesday morning to emphasize that it ain’t no boring irrelevant side trip.
“Ant-Man and the Wasp,’ out July 6, tells the story of the quest by Ant-Man, Hope Van Dyne aka the Wasp and Hank Pym to find Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), who shrunk herself so small she disappeared into the so-called “Quantum Realm” 40 years ago.
The new trailer did not shed any new light on how “Ant-Man and the Wasp” will relate to the current completely mad and awesome chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so we still have, of course, many questions about that — questions that almost certainly won’t be answered until we actually see the movie in a couple months. But that hasn’t stopped us from speculating about it! You can read our examination of how exactly the events of “Ant-Man and the Wasp” will not just tie into but also be extremely important to the Avengers’ battle against Thanos right here.
We’ve also got all sorts of other content exploring the dire situation the Avengers find themselves in at the end of “Infinity War.” Click here for our deeper look into how “Captain Marvel” might impact this distressing plot twist. Click here for a closer examination of Doctor Strange’s actions in “Infinity War,” and how losing this fight might end up being the key to winning it later. Click here for our discussion of the whole Vision situation, which may not be exactly what it seems. And, finally, here’s our run-down on how the comic book version of these events played out.
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