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New Ant-man And The Wasp Trailer Delivers Massive Marvel Thrills

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]vengers: Infinity War has been in theaters for less than a week, but the next Marvel movie is only two months from release. Ant-Man and the Wasp is released in July, and following a poster, the new trailer is here.

There has been some speculation about when exactly in the MCU timeline Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place, but this new trailer doesn’t provide any clues; in fact, the only other Marvel movie it references is the first Ant-Man. But it’s a lot of fun, with Paul Rudd back as Scott Lang and Evangeline Lilly getting joint-billing as Hope Pym, aka the Wasp. There’s plenty of outlandish action involving both Ant-Man and Giant-Man (Lang’s other, somewhat taller, identity), while Lilly’s Wasp looks like she will be a great foil to Lang. Check it out above.

In addition, Michael Douglas returns as Hank Pym, while Michael Peña (The MartianFury) is back as Lang’s criminal pal Luis. New cast members include Michelle Pfeiffer, Laurence Fishburne, and Randall Park (The InterviewTrainwreck) as SHIELD agent Jimmy Woo.

Ant-Man and The Wasp is directed by Peyton Reed. It hits theaters on July 6 in the US, with the UK release set for August 3. Reed helmed the first film, taking over from Edgar Wright, who had worked on the movie for many years but left shortly before production began. Last year, Wright revealed that he has never seen the final film.

In an interview with Modern Myth Media last year, Reed spoke about his plans for the sequel. “For me, as a comic nerd, I have always thought of Ant-Man and Wasp as a team,” he said. “That’s a lot of what the second movie is really about–how they work together, and what their personal and professional relationships are like.

“To show her finally fully formed in this movie is really exciting. We really get to introduce this character into that universe. To me she’s not a supporting character in this movie. It’s every bit as much her movie as it is Scott Lang’s.”