2. Jimmy Woos Scott
Sure, Randall Park's Jimmy Woo is your typical bumbling law enforcement official, but his dynamic with Scott and Cassie steals a lot of scenes. His dry, sardonic humor, as he tries to bust Scott breaking the terms of his house arrest, really works, especially because the Avenger keeps beating him home.
When Jimmy finally has to remove Scott's ankle brace, both discuss their relationship in an awkward goodbye scene, which feels like a breakup. It comes full circle as Scott jokes about grabbing dinner and Jimmy takes him seriously, trying to make plans. The FBI agent is left trying to save face. But, honestly, Jimmy is such a likable character you do hope Scott will hit him up for a beer, at least.
1. Luis' Awesome Monologues
Let's be real, we could watch Luis monologue about anything, anytime. His exaggerated stories made the first movie so unforgettable and yet again, Peña steals the show in the sequel as Sonny Burch's (Walton Goggins) goons hold him hostage to reach Scott.
With truth serum coursing through his veins, Luis rambles on about Scott's Civil War antics and his "break-up" with Hope. Funnily enough, none of this is useful information for Sonny, and when Luis gets distracted again, he veers way off course on how he, rocking a Jheri curl, saved Scott in their early days in jail.
In theaters now, director Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man and The Wasp stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Bobby Cannavale, Michael Peña, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Judy Greer, David Dastmalchian, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Laurence Fishburne, Hannah John-Kamen, Randall Park and Walton Goggins.