Ant-Man and the Wasp Concept Art Revealed at D23


You may recall that the first Ant-Man movie showed off the first version of the Wasp, from back when Hope's mother, Janet van Dyne, wore the suit. Michael Douglas is to return as scientist (and Wasp's dad) Hank Pym, while Michael Peña (The Martian, Fury) is back as Lang's criminal pal Luis.

Ant-Man and the Wasp will be directed by Peyton Reed, who previously helmed the first film. It has also been announced that Randall Park (The Interview, Trainwreck) will play SHIELD agent Jimmy Woo.

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In an interview with Modern Myth Media previous year, Reed spoke about his plans for the sequel. While he doesn't come right out and say "Hey, here's what the Wasp looks like in Ant-Man and the Wasp", his tweet does note that he enjoyed "designing and painting her". Originally, there were plans to inclue the character in Captain America: Civil War, but balancing such an important introduction with the debuts of Black Panther and Spider-Man would have undermined the character's significance, ultimately resulting in Marvel Studios holding her for the Ant-Man sequel. While it doesn't name any actors who may be up for the role, the report reveals that Marvel is now looking for an African-American actor between 55-65 years old for a character that is simply described as "highly intelligent", suggesting that the role in question is more than likely that of Dr. Bill Foster, aka Goliath. Before this, we only caught a glimpse of The Wasp's suit design in a post credits scene of Ant-Man.

It is not because this courageous Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) has become a little discreet lately that he completely disappeared from the MCU!