Latest "Ant-Man" Viral Video Holds Scott Lang to His Crimes

With "Ant-Man's" premiere right around the corner, Marvel Studios has released another viral video, in which Christine Everhart (Leslie Bibb) elaborates on Scott Lang's (Paul Rudd) cybercrime and mentions a call for superhero transparency and control following the events of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in her WHIH News Front segment.

In the video, Everhart describes Lang's wrongdoing as a cybercrime, in which he stole money from his former employer Vista Corp and funneled it back to their clients like a modern Robin Hood. She also reveals that he was released after three years of a five year sentence and promises an upcoming interview with him.

Lang's crime isn't the only Easter egg in the video; she discusses the Sokovia incident from "Age of Ultron" and its impact on the superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Additionally, the scrolling text at the bottom offers a few updates on the state of the MCU, including "renowned astrophysicist" Jane Foster's upcoming lecture on interspace and dimensional travel, Wolfgang von Strucker's death and earthquakes in South Africa.

Marvel Cinematic Universe fans will remember Everhart from "Iron Man," where she had a fling with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) before his accident in order to get an inside scoop. Even if that didn't quite work out for her, it seems like she's had some success, as she's now the host of her very own news segment on WHIH's News Front.

Directed by Peyton Reed and starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas and Corey Stoll, "Ant-Man" arrives in theaters July 17.

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