The first photos from the set of Ant-Man and the Wasp have emerged and clearly shows Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly on set. Michael Douglas is also said to have been spotted filming scenes with both Rudd and Lilly as well.
You can check out the behind-the-scenes set photos via Just Jared.
Recently, Evangeline Lilly did post a photo to her Instagram, preparing herself to work out for her role as The Wasp. Ant-Man and the Wasp only recently began production and is currently shooting in Atlanta, Georgia.
With production having started, we should expect to hear more news about the film as filming goes on. Perhaps within the next few months. Are you excited for Ant-Man and the Wasp? Let us know in the comments below!
Ant-Man and the Wasp will crawl out on July 6, 2018. The film’s cast includes Paul Rudd as Scott Lang (Ant-Man II), Evangeline Lilly as Hope Van Dyne (The Wasp II), Michael Douglas as Hank Pym (Ant-Man I), Michael Peña as Luis, David Dastmalchian as Kurt, Judy Greer as Maggie, Randall Park as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Jimmy Woo, Laurence Fishburne as Dr. Bill Foster, Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch, Hannah John-Kamen as the Ghost, and Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne (The Wasp I).
Ant-Man and the Wasp will be released in theaters on July 6, 2018.
Source: Just Jared
7 Superhero Properties Perfect For Edgar Wright
With Baby Driver set to hit American theaters soon, Edgar Wright is trending more now than he has in years. His name will forever be associated with Ant-Man despite the fact he ultimately walked away from the project over creative differences with Marvel Studios, but that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t get a second chance with the superhero genre. Just look at directors like Zack Snyder or actors like Chris Evans who’ve handled multiple comic book properties without audiences batting even an eye. Honestly, I’d watch any movie directed by Edgar Wright — yes, even Squirrel Girl – so I’m just hopeful he jumps back into the comic world somehow. Hell, I’d even spend top dollar to read a comic book by him if he decided to do something smaller with one of these characters.
Unfortunately, I don’t foresee any of these projects ever happening with Wright at the helm. He’s carved out quite a niche for himself developing his own stories — with the exception of the wonderful Scott Pilgrim vs. the World — and I don’t imagine him comfortably giving up creative freedom to a committee any time soon. But a man can dream, right?
So hit Next and find out more about seven superheroes who are a great fit for Edgar Wright’s unique directorial style.