‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Cast Answer Your Most Googled Questions

The best part of this film, and the MCU as a whole is that because of the way the universe is structured, we can jump straight into character development and action without the need for exposition-heavy scenes.

Wired has linked up with the cast of Marvel's latest hyped movie, Ant-Man and The Wasp, to answer the internet's most-searched questions surrounding the movie.

What happens: Janet, Hank, and Hope are on a rooftop, fiddling with some equipment a few feet away from the quantum gateway, which has been stashed in the back of a van.

Still with us? This Reddit post from "r/MarvelStudiosSpoilers" concerns the dying moments of Ant-Man and the Wasp's credits stinger, in which Scott Lang comes to the realization that he's trapped in the Quantum Realm without a paddle. She warns him not to get distracted by the tardigrade field or sucked into the time vortex, and then sends him on his merry way. They've been turned to dust, thanks to Thanos.

Now a couple of months on, and with the literal dust having settled on that movie, it's time to pick things up with Ant-Man and his new partner in fighting crime, the Wasp, to see just what they've been doing and, perhaps, how it connects to Infinity War. That includes major heroes such as Spider-Man and Black Panther (who we know will be back). Like give them special powers. We also learned that spending enough time in the Quantum Realm alters one physiology and can imbue a person with the ability to control-or at least manipulate-quantum particles in people's bodies. This definitely makes the top ten of greatest Stan Lee cameos and fans already can not wait to see where he ends up in Captain Marvel and Avengers 4.

Marvel's latest film, Ant-Man and the Wasp was released in United States theatres on Friday, one week before we'll get to see it in India.

Well, no one human. Upstairs, the giant ant "stand in" Hope programmed to mimic Scott's routine keeps on keeping on, oblivious to the apocalypse, playing Scott's drum set.

That first post-credits scene is definitely worth sticking around for.

The glinting purple eyes lead us to believe that it's actually Dormammu being projected from the Dark Dimension - remember, it's affixed to the Quantum Realm by way of Marvel's Multiverse - which only spells bad news for Scott Lang as he bides his time until Avengers 4. Therefore, questions varied from "How big can Ant-Man get", to "What is a Paul Rudd". Reader, my theater gasped.

  • Marlene Weaver