The bad guy takes the spotlight on the latest poster for Marvel Studios' next big screen release.
Ant-Man, Yellowjacket, Elektra, War Machine and more will debut in the arcade-style fighting mobile game.
New clips, commercials and behind-the-scenes footage continues to arrive from Marvel's latest superhero film.
Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot appear in informal Instagram shot; Krysten Ritter brings Jessica Jones to life in NYC and more.
Rudd's Scott Lang finishes serving his time in this new clip, which also features more of Michael Pena's scene-stealing Luis.
If Disney CEO Bob Iger is concerned about upcoming superhero-movie releases from Warner Bros. and Fox, he's certainly not showing it.
On WHIH's News Front, Christine Everhart gets fans up to speed on the latest MCU news, including Lang's cybercrim and a call for superhero transparency.
Fox may want Bryan Singer to direct "FF2" and a FF/X-Men film; Chris Pine could be in "Green Lantern" or "Wonder Woman" and more.
Meet Kurt, Luis, Hope and Dave as they attempt to break into Pym Technologies in the latest featurette for "Ant-Man."
"Ant-Man" director Peyton Reed provided more details about the MCU's quantum realm, the chances of seeing a sequel and more.
Hayley Atwell says Dominic Cooper will play Howard Stark again; Bryan Singer speaks to "X-Men: Apocalypse's" importance and more.
The rat Jared Leto gave Margot Robbie now lives with a famous director; Channing Tatum says he's bulking down for "Gambit" and more.
Yellowjacket's issues with Hank Pym and Ant-Man are hinted at in the final full-length trailer for the upcoming Marvel studios release.
We know he was a thief before he becomes Marvel's newest hero, but what was Paul Rudd's character's day job?
The only place to buy this limited edition Marvel print is at Tomorrowland's Redd Rockett's Pizza Port.
While Paul Rudd appears on Total Film's cover, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas talk "Ant-Man" in a new video.
In a viral video for "Ant-Man," Scott Lang gets his 15 minutes of fame on Christine Everhart's news segment, News Front.