With the digital release of "Marvel's Ant-Man" coming this Tuesday, November 17, and the Blu-ray hitting stores December 8, the studio has officially released a pair of the most highly talked-about scenes in this summer's biggest/ tiniest blockbuster. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is built on connectivity, and where one clip weaves Ant-Man into the larger MCU tapestry, the other foreshadows what is to come from the Pym-Lang-Van Dyne alliance.
In the first clip, Paul Rudd's Scott Lang meets Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson at an Avengers facility, where, in classic superhero fashion, Ant-Man and the Falcon end up getting to know one another via brawl.
The second clip, which served as the movie's final stinger, sees Hank Pym, played by Michael Douglas, admitting to his daughter, Hope, played by Evangeline Lilly, that is is probably for the best that she join the family business.
Hope emphatically agrees, as does Marvel Studios, who have announced a sequel, "Ant-Man and the Wasp," starring Lilly and Rudd, due in theaters July 6, 2018. Douglas told CBR this week that he "should be coming back," though negotiations for he and much of the rest of the well-reviewed cast ongoing.
Paul Rudd as Ant-Man will be seen alongside a host of Marvel characters in "Captain America: Civil War," hitting theaters May 6, 2016.