Should you stick around after the credits?

Should you stick around after the credits?

Should you stick around after the credits?

Ant-Man and The Wasp continues the longstanding Marvel Cinematic Universe tradition of post-credits scenes - the film has two in total, one midway through the credits and one at the very end - but unlike most of the previous Marvel movies, where the stingers were playful bonus scenes or Easter eggs for comic book fans, you'll be missing out on a major plot twist if you decide to leave the theater as soon the movie ends. mostly because Scott, Hope and Cassie's miniaturized drive-in movie night isn't really the end of the movie.

It's really odd to think that another Marvel movie is upon us, seeing that most of us fans were had only just been released from the "Infinity War Rehabilitation Centre" following the trauma Thanos caused with half the universe evaporating into dust. They were handed boards with Google's most pressing questions around the movie, its storyline and characters, and information about the actors themselves.

Ant-Man and the Wasp is screening across the country as of today, so be sure to hang around after the credits roll to catch the scene in question and see if you can spot either of the aforementioned villains in it. That matters because just seconds after Scott successfully makes the jump, he suddenly finds himself out of communication with the team back in the normal sized universe operating the device's control panel. Since they are under house arrest, they can not participate in the fight in Infinity War. Set photos have shown Scott with Captain America and Iron Man, so it's safe to assume he will escape the Quantum Realm in time to save the universe in the next movie.

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Does the tone of the first post-credits scene, depicting the Pym / Van Dyne family turning to ash, feel like an ill timed twist? Scott, Hope, Hank and Janet are working on an experiment, seemingly blissfully unaware of the impending doom. Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), the original Wasp and Hank's wife, was trapped in the Quantum Realm while on a mission 30 years ago. This sequel to 2015's Ant-Man reunites audiences with titular hero Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), still working alongside Hope van Dyne, a.k.a. the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), and her dad Hank Pym (Michael Douglas). Scott shrinks down to a tiny size in order to enter the Quantum Realm and retrieve samples.

There's basically an endless list of possibilities revolving around the Quantum Realm. Scott is stuck in the Quantum Realm. Of course, there's the chance that Scott just got lucky enough to not be one of the people randomly chosen, but he's atypical for the surviving group in that he wasn't one of the original Avengers, which is one of the major commonalities between almost all of the remaining heroes post-Infinity War. Maybe they thought he was still under house arrest.

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