Peyton Reed says Ant-Man 3 will be much bigger than the first two
In a recent interview with SiriusXM, director Peyton Reed has finally revealed a new update on Marvel Studios’ upcoming MCU film Ant-Man 3 which is currently undated. Even though he can’t share any major pre-production secrets about the project, Reid has still managed to tease his plans by promising fans that the third installment will feature a new visual template and a much bigger scale than the first two Ant-Man films.
“We are working our way through the pandemic…there are some really exciting things in store, none of which I can speak to about right now. As is the Marvel way!”
He continued, “I think the third Ant-Man movie is going to be…a much bigger, more sprawling movie than the first two. It’s going to have a very, very different visual template. And that’s all I will say.”
Presumably, both Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will reprise their respective roles as Ant-Man and the Wasp. The pair recently lent their voices to the Avengers: Damage Control VR experience. Both characters were also a part of Avengers: Endgame, although Rudd’s Scott Lang had a bigger role. That film notably introduced Emma Fuhrmann as Scott’s now-teenage daughter, Cassie Lang.
In the comics, Cassie eventually gained size-changing powers of her own and took on the codenames Stature and Stinger. But if Reed wants to keep the film series’ naming motif, we would suggest Ant-Man, the Wasp and Giant-Girl as the title.