Just a week into principal photography, and already a Marvel Cinematic Universe Easter egg has been unearthed on the film's San Francisco set.
With his solo film on the horizon, CBR looks at the mighty menaces faced by the diminutive hero and speculate on who might appear in Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man."
'" can't believe I got an invitation to the party," Ant-Man star Paul Rudd says of joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel has moved Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man" up to the now-unoccupied original release date of the "Man of Steel" sequel on July 17, 2015.
As the reality of "Ant-Man" draws closer, CBR explores why Edgar Wright's film has the potential be Marvel Studios most exciting release yet.
Michael PeÃ±a ("Eastbound & Down," "Gangster Squad") has reportedly been offered a role alongside Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas in Marvel's "Ant-Man."
Newly announced as Hank Pym in Ant-Man, Michael Douglas reveals "I've been dying to do a Marvel picture for so long." Meanwhile, director Edgar Wright points out that he explained the Pym/Lang set-up years ago.
The latest "Ant-Man" news sees Michael Douglas joining the cast as Hank Pym, along with the revelation Paul Rudd will play Scott Lang.
"I hope he does a lot of films with them and he comes onto our show," the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actor says about Marvel's new star.
Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay bring back Ron Burgundy to do what he does best: read the news, and crack you up.