5 times the first Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer stirs up the actions

5 times the first Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer stirs up the actions

The first official trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp has finally been released, ready to barrage you with a complete disregard for both the law of conservation of mass and the safety of Paul Rudd. The trailer starts with a callback to the events of Captain America: Civil War (everybody’s still talking about that airport fight) and moves on to building-shrinking, Pez-dispenser enlarging action. The original Ant-Man was an idiosyncratic mixture of heist, superhero action, and sight gags. If…

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EVERY LITTLE DETAIL THAT WE LOVE IN THE ANT-MAN AND THE WASP TRAILER

EVERY LITTLE DETAIL THAT WE LOVE IN THE ANT-MAN AND THE WASP TRAILER

Between Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel’s already got a pretty loaded lineup this year. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for the tiniest of heroes! The first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp has arrived, and it’s given us a glorious sneak peak at what’s coming up in and outside of the Quantum Realm. We will break down everything we love about the new footage! Join host, and renowned ant-whisperer, Jessica Chobot, as she puts a microscope over the key Ant-Man and…

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Did You Catch The Hidden Joke In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer?

Did You Catch The Hidden Joke In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer?

Did You Catch The Hidden Joke In The Ant-Man And The Wasp Trailer? I bet you knew this day would come. It’s time to give Disney all your money. In addition to releasing early previews of the long waited Black Panther movie, Marvel and Disney also dropped the first Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer, featuring Evangeline Lilly’s Hope van Dyne and Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang. The two finally team up in the Avengers-universe movie — as was…

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9 things the first Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer has taught us

9 things the first Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer has taught us

The first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp is here – and with a new look at some old favorites, a first look at some new faces and some incredible shrinking action. Here’s everything we learned. 1. Ant-Man is on probation “I do some dumb things,” says Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) as he’s strapped into an ankle bracelet, while FBI agents swarm throughout. Couple a history as a petty criminal with his involvement with Captain America during Civil War and…

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The Witty Easter Egg Hidden In Ant-Man And The Wasp’s Trailer

The Witty Easter Egg Hidden In Ant-Man And The Wasp’s Trailer

Earlier today, Marvel dropped the first trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp, which found Evangeline Lilly’s Hope van Dyne making her official superhero debut in the form of The Wasp, which was teased in the Ant-Man mid-credits scene. Just like in the first film, audiences can expect a lot of shrinking-related action in the sequel, and while Hope has wings built into her suit, Scott will have to stick with calling winged ants to quickly transport him somewhere else….

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The Overdue Entertainment of Thor 3 Ragnarok

The Overdue Entertainment of Thor 3 Ragnarok

Marvel Studios’ latest flick suggests the future of superhero films may rely more and more on embracing their inherent wackiness in Thor 3 Ragnarok. When Marvel Studios released the original Thor in 2011, it was their trickiest franchise to date: This time the hero was not an irradiated Earthling or a man in a metal suit, but a surfer-blond ET who also happened to be a Norse demigod with an almighty hammer. Wisely, the studio chose to…

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Thor 3 Ragnarok Review: Taika Waititi Nearly Transcends the Marvel Universe

Thor 3 Ragnarok Review: Taika Waititi Nearly Transcends the Marvel Universe

Thor 3 Ragnarok Review: The veteran director helms a zany space adventure—until series mythology gets in the way. In idiosyncratic, somewhat fledgling director being handed the reins of one of Marvel’s big light shows can, in a way, feel like a triumph. A budding auteur has gotten the calls from Hollywood—a huge career boost for them, indeed. But also it’s good for us; it means our superhero movies—which are just a part of life now,…

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A Splendid Makeover of the God of Thunder in Thor Ragnarok

A Splendid Makeover of the God of Thunder in Thor Ragnarok

Thor isn’t the sole Marvel character to get a major makeover in Thor 3 Ragnarok. Thanks to ancient and complicated licensing deals with Universal, Mark Ruffalo’s Incredible Hulk is unable to be the protagonist of his own Marvel film. He can, however, co-star in another character’s film—and Hemsworth, for one, welcomed the backup. “I want as much help as I can get,” Hemsworth says of sharing the Ragnarok spotlight with Ruffalo—“especially if it’s a Thor movie. I’m like, ‘Give me Hulk;…

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Thor Ragnarok Proves That Marvel Is Not Afraid to Learn from Its Mistakes

Thor Ragnarok Proves That Marvel Is Not Afraid to Learn from Its Mistakes

Stars Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo explain Thor and the Hulk’s dramatic transformations in Thor Ragnarok full movie. “I feel like I’m dying here. I feel like I have handcuffs on,” Chris Hemsworth remembers telling his boss, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige. The role of Thor, hammer-swinging Norse god of thunder, may have transformed Hemsworth from an Australian TV actor to an international, household name—but the actor describes himself pre-Ragnarok as “frustrated and bored.” After critically-mixed outings in Thor The Dark…

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Thor Ragnarok finally turns Thor into a hero worth cheering for

Thor Ragnarok finally turns Thor into a hero worth cheering for

Thor Ragnarok  finally turns Thor into a hero worth cheering for It’s the first Thor picture that will make you scream for more Thor flicks. Thor is Marvel’s silliest saga — but traditionally, it’s also been the studio’s least fun-saga. In the first movie (2011), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) couldn’t stop acting like a boy gone wild, so he was banished from his home and had to learn how to be a man worthy of his great power. In the…

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Thor Ragnarok is a close-but-no-cigar flick

Thor Ragnarok is a close-but-no-cigar flick

Thor Ragnarok is a close-but-no-cigar flick, but so enjoyable for the most part, and so modest in its aims. I personally wouldn’t have chosen Chris Hemsworth to be Marvel’s breakout comedy star when he was first cast as Thor, God of Thunder, but he turned out to be one of the greatest things about this ever-lasting mega-franchise. He’s tall, brawny and impossibly handsome, but there’s a self-mocking twinkle in his eye. When Thor channel his gung-ho jock…

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Thor Ragnarok is the God of Thunder’s most light-hearted quest yet

Thor Ragnarok is the God of Thunder’s most light-hearted quest yet

Thor Ragnarok is the God of Thunder’s most light-hearted quest yet, and another triumph for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s been a long, occasionally tough road for our God of Thunder. Thought to be a character that even the most savvy filmmaker might have a tough time bringing to the screen without either of them looking ridiculous, Thor made his cinematic debut in 2010 with the still-formative Marvel Studios taking a fairly gutsy gamble: rather…

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Thor Ragnarok And Justice League– Who says superhero movies can’t be funny?

Thor Ragnarok And Justice League– Who says superhero movies can’t be funny?

Thor Ragnarok And Justice League– Who says superhero movies can’t be funny? Early in Justice League, the new DC Comics juggernaut, Batman (Ben Affleck) is gathering his team of exiled, misfit superheroes to defeat a growing threat. Getting into Batman’s luxurious car, The Flash (Ezra Miller) wonders, “What are your superpowers again?” To which the Caped Crusader simply responds, “I’m rich.” It’s a one-liner that echoes a similarly glib moment from Thor Ragnarok. You know,…

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The Avengers Age Of Ultron: Whedon has settled into his role as director

The Avengers Age Of Ultron: Whedon has settled into his role as director

The Avengers Age Of Ultron: On a mission to clear a HYDRA base, the Avengers find technology that leads Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to conclude that artificial intelligence is the only way to keep the world permanently safe. But the mind he brings to life, Ultron (played by James Spader), decides that peace is best ensured by wiping out the Avengers and humanity with them. A few years back, making Avengers Assemble work looked…

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Avengers Age of Ultron is bigger, grimmer, and dead-funnier than the first one.

Avengers Age of Ultron is bigger, grimmer, and dead-funnier than the first one.

Avengers Age of Ultron ’s also messier, crowded, and redundant. The superhero sequel is the movie it needs to be and yet it’s not entirely better. It’s a progression of the Marvel narrative, not an evolution like The Avengers. The film shares the same issues as other Marvel movies, makes bold choices that move the series forward, and is a go-for-broke, intriguing, and overjoyed departure for writer-director Joss Whedon as he overwhelms, exhausts, and energizes his viewers with a…

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