The lucky fans at last years San Diego Comic Con got to see Edgar Wright's Ant-Man movie teaser, which was highly praised. A few months back that bootleg teaser went online...for about a minute before the studio demanded it to be taken down.
For those of you who haven't got a glimpse of the Ant-Man movie teaser image of the possible Ant-Man movie costume design, I decided to post it here. How long it's allowed to remain on here, who knows?
I can see why Wright's teaser was met with so much enthusiasm, because the costume actually looks pretty awesome and close enough to the costume in the comics!
Besides, visually speaking, this movie will be a blast to watch if done right, and it's the first movie to kick off Marvel's Phase 3 cinematic universe.
So far, there is no news of casting as of yet. However, rumors are circulating that our tiny Marvel superhero just may have an end credit scene in Iron Man 3.
Recently, Edgar Wright tweeted to his twitter account:
"Aside from 'The World's End', I directed one shot in another summer movie. But which?"
After fans lit up twitter with the answer of Iron Man 3, Wright made a vague reply of, "Yeah, some of you got it right."
However, considering that no official news of casting has been confirmed, this just may be some added hype, or we'll possibly just see a nod to the Ant-Man at the end of Iron Man 3.
If you're wondering what comic boasts the first appearance of Ant-Man, just click the link to find out which and where you can get this key issue if you're on the hunt for it.
Speaking of Iron Man 3, if you've been living under a rock somewhere and have not yet seen Ben Kingsley dressed up as Iron Man's arch nemesis, The Mandarin, here ya go.
I do admit, the Mandarin does look a lot better than the main villain in Thor's upcoming sequel The Dark World. I'm sorry, but Malekith The Accursed and a moody brood of Dark Elves just doesn't get me fan-boy excited.
I'm thinking a Tellytubby on acid when I look at this pic, and while some out there may think that's cool and funny in a twisted way, I assure you that I don't mean the comment to be such. However, the trailer to Thor The Dark World looks somewhat decent. You can check out the first look at Thor The Dark World movie trailer by visiting the link. Just scroll down a bit.
But let's talk about some cool possible spoilers. Well, I really should say speculations.
Did anyone notice the strange man in the tube during the scene at the Stark Expo in Captain America: The First Avenger?
Apparently that man in the tube is the original android Human Torch. No, he wasn't made by Stark Industries. At least not in the comics and was created by Professor Phineas T. Horton.
Well, of course, you know us fan-boys! When those caught on to this scene, many started to fuel the rumors of The Vision soon making an appearance in the Marvel cinematic world.
What does The Vision have to do with the original android Human Torch? Well, according to the often twisted timeline in Marvel Comics, The Vision was supposedly made from the parts of the original Human Torch.
Thus, let the speculation begin! Whether it's true or if Marvel was just making a nod to the very first character that appeared on the cover of Marvel Comics #1 is as yet an X-File.
However, perhaps, Marvel was also making a nod to the character, because Cap and the original Human Torch did fight alongside each other in The Invaders. At least, they did in the comic books.
I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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