The 3rd Ant-Man Film is being teased by one of its notable stars. Michael Douglas revealed through an Instagram Live session that news regarding the 3rd instalment would be announced shortly. Considering that it’s been months since any information regarding the film has been released, this was welcome news. Michael Douglas played Hank Pym, where he previously mentioned in November 2019 that Jeff Loveness was helming the script. Production would’ve started in the 1st quarter of 2021, with postponements anticipated following the COVID-19 pandemic. Supporters behind the Ant-Man franchise will most likely wait until 2023 or later until the 3rd instalment is released.
The Disney Corporation has used Michael Douglas multiple times when revealing information regarding the Ant-Man Franchise. His character is a significant part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Hank Pym’s technologies ultimately allowing the Avengers to reverse universal damages in Endgame. Hank Pym wasn’t present for these events, with Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) using the “Pym Particles” with Tony Stark and Bruce Banner to create time travel.
Fans haven’t shied away from asking Michael Douglas questions regarding the 3rd instalment. Bombardments of questions unfold whenever the infamous actor does a Live Q&A Session with Instagram. Supporters broke his silence, with Michael mentioning he couldn’t make any official announcements because Marvel would punish him severely. Douglas did reveal that information will be released by Kevin Feige shortly.
Supporters behind this franchise pressed onwards with additional questions, requesting a potential release date for the film. Whoever asked this information wouldn’t have considered the logistics surrounding a movie release in the Post-COVID landscape. Studios will have to work with movie theatres to impose social distancing, ensuring that outbreaks don’t unfold while they’re watching an MCU film.
Those wondering when information on official filming schedules, release dates, and trailer drops should watch the live events from San Diego Comic-Con this summer. Kevin Feige is expected to make multiple updated announcements regarding properties in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here’s hoping that Captain Marvel Two gets cancelled and replaced with a standalone film for Mark Ruffalo’s, Bruce Banner/Hulk. We’ll provide our readers with updates on any additional announcements.