Yahoo! He mentions a source that requires Ant-Man's sequence in the works, but despite Rudd's popularity as Scott Lang, it makes sense that Rudd would have to worry about his character who would have another position. The Ant-Man movies as box office gold did not verify Iron Man, Captain America and, of course, the Avengers, and even failed to do the same at the Marvel Market and Black Panther much more than ever.
Two of the weekends were opening Marvel's lowest box offices at Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp both, and were full of box offices for the MCU, giving a total of $ 180 million ($ 519). million worldwide) and $ 217 million ($ 623 million worldwide), respectively. When you compare that to $ 700 million of Black Panther at the US box office ($ 1.3 billion worldwide) and $ 426 million of Marvel's Captain ($ 1.1 billion worldwide), it's wisely Rudd would be concerned about Marvel's interest in a single movie Ant-Man way to make some other faces.
Remember that this issue was specific about other Ant-Man single films, whether Ant-Man would appear again in the MCU. All Marvel actors are signed into six pictures when they enter the MCU, and currently Rudd has only four stars: Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Endgame. So you will completely look at Ant-Man again down the road, it is not clear but where, or what means.
While nothing is officially confirmed, it is likely that some individual movies such as Marvel series are emerging, including but not limited to expected sequences to Black Panther, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange and Black Prequel film. Gradually, Phase 4 of the MCU is seeking to add new superhero stories to the mix, including Shang-Chi, Nova and The Eternals, not to mention the many MCU titles that will be debated on Disney +. (Speaking, this is your first look at Tom Hiddleston's Loki series.)
But moving forward, it would make sense for Marvel to mix their heroes and match with a Strange Doctor in Thor: Ragnarok and Tony Stark in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Avengers: Endgame seems to put up Thor's tagging and Guardians of the Galaxy in Vol. 3, so Ant-Man, Wasp and their respective support characters could be caught into another MCU movie as more are friends' team coming up.
Marvel hopes that our upcoming film plans will not attract us in the dark. With Spider-Man: Far from Home hitting theaters at the beginning of July, all the eyes at Marvel's planned San Diego Comic-Con and D23 are to show the future of the MCU. Would you like to see an individual Ant-Man movie, or would you like to continue his adventures alongside a different character or group of characters? Please let us know in the comments!
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