Following on from the hype-train that was the absolute craziness of Avengers: Infinity War, the next Marvel Cinematic Universe installment will be Ant-Man and the Wasp – and there’s not long to wait until it’s released now!
If it’s anything like the first Ant-Man movie, we’re in for a treat, and a lot of people are talking about it right now – namely MCU fans.
That’s resulted in a lot of theories about it being conceived – and we’re gonna take you through just some of them in this video.
The theories in question are; that Hannah John-Kamen’s Ghost will be the best villain in the franchise to date, that Laurence Fishburne’s Bill Foster will grow to Goliath size, that there’ll be a team-up between the new and old versions of Ant-Man and the Wasp, that there’ll be more than one major villain in the movie, that there’ll be a big cameo from another MCU hero or two, that Michael Peña’s Luis will sacrifice his life to save the day, that the movie will reveal the way to defeat Thanos, that some of the movie’s characters will disappear after Thanos’ finger snap, that the casualties of said finger snap will be revealed to be in the Quantum Realm, and that the movie’s final act will be spent “safe” from the finger snap in the Quantum Realm.
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1. Ghost will be the best MCU villain yet
2. Goliath’s going large
3. A team-up of old and new heroes
4. There’ll be more than one major villain
5. There’ll be a big cameo
6. Luis will sacrifice his life
7. It will reveal the key to defeating Thanos
8. Some of the characters will disappear
9. Infinity War’s casualties are in the Quantum Realm
10. The last act will be spent “safe” in the Quantum Realm
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