Brand New Set Photos From Third Ant-Man Film Show Paul Rudd

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The third and seemingly final installment in the Ant-Man trilogy is currently filming the final scenes for the film in San Fransisco. Recently one of the film’s biggest stars was spotted on the street filming scenes for the film.

Actor Paul Rudd, who plays the titular Ant-Man AKA Scott Lang, was spotted on the street shooting a sequence where the hero in his civilian attire at a coffee shop.

The Twitter account @AntManNews posted a number of photos on their account:


It is currently unknown what the character would be doing at the coffee shop but it would probably be a somewhat smaller scene since he was the only actor seen on set and no people in outlandish hero costumes were to be seen.

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is set to be one of the biggest Marvel films yet as it explores the Microverse, the concept of multiple parallel universes that are so small they can only be reached by shrinking down to the size of an atom. Who knows what awesome and strange worlds we will encounter.

Characters such as Kang the Conqueror, played by Johnathan Majors, are set to appear as the main antagonist while M.O.D.O.K. is rumored to make an appearance in a yet to be specified role. It is also unknown who would portray the intellectual terror, though rumors suggest that actor and comedian Jim Carrey may or may not fill that position.

The film is set to release in July of 2023 and is set to be the second to last film in the Fourth Phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe behind Fantastic Four. So you know that something big will probably happen in this film.

Are you looking forward to the final outing of our microscopic heroes? Do you think Ant-Man and/or Wasp will still appear in the MCU after this?

Source: The Direct


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