When you see Ant-Man and the Wasp, keep your eyes peeled on the Quantum Realm. It may hold the keys to the future.
“Like the first movie there are clues in the Quantum Realm to other possibilities and things,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told io9. “I’m talking frames [of film].”
In the first Ant-Man, fans long believed that when Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) went into the Quantum Realm, there were a few frames of Janet Van Dyne, a.k.a. the Wasp, in there. The theory was, because she popped up, she’d play a role in the sequel. While it was incredibly subtle, Feige and Ant-Man and the Wasp director Peyton Reed both confirmed that was true (see the image here)—and in the sequel, they did something similar.
“We have definitely laid some groundwork for some stuff down there… similar to what we did in the first movie,” Reed said. “[In the first movie,] it was not until really DVD or Blu-ray release when people started freeze-framing it like ‘Wait a second. There’s a reflection. Is that Wasp down there? Is it Janet?’”
It was. But, of course, neither Feige or Reed would say what is teased this time around, or when to find it. Either way, one thing is certain. There’s a lot more Quantum Realm this time around.
“The Quantum Realm was daunting because the good news is the bad news,” Reed said. “Which is it’s infinite and can be whatever you want it to be.”
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