Scott Lang has returned from the Quantum Realm unscathed, and he even managed to outwit the new villain, Kang the Conqueror. However, we anticipate that Scott’s actions will have significant consequences for the MCU, and we can’t wait to see what happens next. To my knowledge, the tiniest Marvel character will not be featured in any of the next Marvel films.
Well, we aren’t satisfied to idly wait for updates as we watch every Marvel film in chronological sequence. Immediately, please, give us the skinny on this! In light of the widespread interest in a possible Phase 5 and beyond release date for Ant-Man 4, we have combed the internet and the Quantum Realm to bring you all the information you could possibly need.
Ant-Man 4 Renewal Status
A fourth Ant-Man movie has not been officially announced. From what we saw in the Quantumania post-credits sequences, we know that “Kang will return,” but that doesn’t guarantee he’ll be fighting Scott Lang again anytime soon. A fourth Ant-Man film is not a sure thing, but it’s not totally out of the question, either; Marvel producer Stephen Broussard has said, “We’re already thinking about it.”
In an interview with ComicBook.com, he elaborated, saying, “It’s like, every movie’s its own battle, and you bear the scars of making it and wanting to make it great.” You begin to piece yourself back together after the ordeal of filming but hope springs eternal. I’ve begun having those discussions with the director, Peyton Reed, and the Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige.
Even while Marvel has mostly focused on trilogies, the success of films like Thor: Love and Thunder has shown that certain characters can sustain a series of four films.
Ant-Man 4 Release Date
Since Ant-Man 4 is still being given the go-ahead by Marvel, there is currently no set release date. Fans should wait at least until 2026 or 2027, if not later, for Ant-Man 4. Due to the fact that Ant-Man 4 has not been greenlit yet, and once it is, the production process will probably last over two years before shooting takes place in one year, a release date after 2026 or 2027 is the most likely scenario.
Ant-Man 4 Cast
Ant-Man 4 will almost probably include a return of series regulars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. We expect the Ant-Man ensemble to reunite like the Avengers if the superhero movie gets the go-ahead. Likewise, we should expect to see Kathryn Newton reprise her role as Cassie, if not here then in the next Young Avengers film.
The main mystery is whether or not Hank and Janet Pym, played by Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer, will return. Douglas has indicated he’ll come back, but only if he dies in the movie, which doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in his dedication to the MCU.
The cast of Ant-Man 4 might include the following:
- Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man
- Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Pym/The Wasp
- Michael Douglas as Hank Pym
- Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Pym
- Kathryn Newton as Cassie Lang/Stature
We hope that Scott’s closest pal Luis (Michael Pea) will be back for Ant-Man 4.
Ant-Man 4 Plot
We have no clue what’s going on! Unfortunately, there isn’t much we can learn from Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania itself since it serves mostly as a lengthy set-up for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty rather than a sequel to Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Scott Lang and his team of insect-related superheroes have yet to be introduced to an adversary, and instead must patiently for the great villain of Phase Five. A potential emphasis of a second Ant-Man film might be on establishing Cassie’s future involvement in the Young Avengers.
Ant-Man 4 Trailer
It would be strange for Peyton Reed to begin filming a movie he has not been given permission to create, which is why there is no trailer for Ant-Man 4. In the meantime, please enjoy this trailer for Ant-Man 3.
Where to watch Ant-Man 4?
Ant-Man 4 will first appear in cinemas, then on Disney Plus.
Ant-Man 3 Review
After 15 years and dozens of superheroes, the one thing that hasn’t changed about the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is its capacity to generate a wide range of outcomes in its films. The third Ant-Man film and the first in Phase Five of the MCU, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, expands upon these ideas. This time, the madness occurs in the quantum world, as the title would imply.
The Quantum Realm sequences are gorgeous, so fans shouldn’t be disappointed. The acting is excellent as well. Paul Rudd is hilarious to watch and never fails to deliver a killer quip. The youthful enthusiasm of Kathryn Newton is balanced by the experience of Evangeline Lilly. Jonathan Majors and Michelle Pfeiffer, however, stand out as particularly impressive actors. Majors will be carrying on a tradition and seem poised to do so well.
Though it puts in motion a number of events, the film sometimes seems both hurried and drawn out. Strangely, it also brings to mind the Star Wars saga. Nonetheless, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania is a delightful journey. Keep watching till the end of the credits; there are usually hidden references in the middle.