Not long after the official trailer for Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania was released, IMAX released the same trailer in an expanded ratio, revealing better looks at many scenes from the movie. Judging by the trailer, it looks like most of the scenes set in the Quantum Realm will be in IMAX.
While Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas were one of the top-billed names for the movie’s promotion, they didn’t have a single line in the new trailer, which has fans concerned about their screen time in the movie.
If you weren’t satisfied with the official trailer for the threequel, here’s more information in the official character descriptions released for the movie!
Quantumania Character Descriptions
Scott Lang/Ant-Man is an ordinary guy who accidentally became a Super Hero—an Avenger, no less, who literally saved the world. Life is good in San Francisco. Scott enjoys promoting his book—”Look out for the Little Guy!”—and treasures his relationship with Hope van Dyne, whether they’re enjoying time together atop the Golden Gate Bridge or hanging out with Hope’s parents, Hank and Janet. More than anything, Scott wants to make up for lost time with his daughter, Cassie. She may be 18, but he’s still her father.
This description reveals that Scott Lang will author a book in the MCU, named “Look out for the Little Guy!”. This also confirms Cassie’s age in Quantumania, which was previously mentioned by director Peyton Reed.
Hope Van Dyne
Hope Van Dyne/The Wasp is the brilliant leader of the Pym van Dyne Foundation, utilizing the revolutionary Pym Particle in new and innovative ways to advance humanitarian efforts. On a personal level, Hope is relieved to have her mom home again—though Janet has kept everyone in the dark about her experiences in the Quantum Realm. Hope and Scott’s relationship is flourishing, and she has a special connection with his daughter, Cassie, whose independent spirit reminds Hope of herself at that age.
Kang The Conqueror
Kang The Conqueror is quite possibly the biggest threat the MCU has ever encountered, with multiple versions of the villain—each more terrifying than the last. Known as He Who Remains in “Loki,” this new and profoundly dangerous version of Kang intends to up his game, triggering a concerted effort from Scott, Hope, Janet, Hank and Cassie to stop him before it’s too late. Time, it seems, is Kang’s secret weapon, and he intends to use his unique understanding of it to conquer worlds far beyond the Quantum Realm.
We finally know Kang’s objective in Quantumania, and very surprisingly, looks like he will try to escape the quantum realm and conquer other worlds.
Janet Van Dyne
Janet Van Dyne has finally escaped the Quantum Realm after being trapped there for three decades. Her return to her husband, Hank, and their daughter, Hope, was a dream come true and Janet is savoring every moment with them. But she’s decidedly reserved about her time away, keeping most of the details secret until she’s forced to reveal the truth when they all find themselves deep in the parallel world Janet had hoped she’d never see again.
Dr. Hank Pym has confidently handed the reins to the Pym van Dyne Foundation to his daughter, Hope, so he can embrace a slower pace of life now that his beloved wife, Janet, has returned after decades lost in the Quantum Realm. Still an ardent fan of ants, Hank keeps an elaborate ant farm in his basement and continues to tinker as any brilliant scientist would. He has welcomed Scott as part of the family and has a special place in his heart for Scott’s daughter, Cassie, who Hank considers a surrogate granddaughter, encouraging her curious mind and ambitious spirit.
Cassie Lang is all grown up with a heartfelt desire to make the world a better place for future generations. Like her dad, Scott, Cassie is headstrong, independent, loyal and loving—fighting hard for what and whom she believes in, even if it means putting herself in jeopardy (or jail). She’s grateful to have her dad back in her life—along with Hank, Janet and Hope—whom she has a special bond with. But Scott still sees Cassie as a kid—and she doesn’t have time for that.
Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania releases in theaters on February 17, 2023.