Lay off the coffee.
In case you like to go behind the scenes before you’re in front of them.
Every hero has to start somewhere.
All the more reason to go big.
It really would have been so perfect. Unless it wasn’t.
Hey, you watched a talking raccoon. Why draw the line here?
We finally got our first look at Ant-Man! Now sit back as we explain everything you need to know about Marvel’s latest.
Rudd doesn’t get many lines in the trailer, but he seems as skeptical as we are. I mean, a superhero who shrinks himself to fight crime? If you say so.
What is this? A trailer for ants?!!
It’s always about “the universe” with these guys. So cosmic…
I bet a lot of people got Google alerts for “Marvel Paul Rudd.” Sorry about that.
The only way this clip could be any more awesome was if he actually did something!
Note: promotional still not actual size.
“Dude. Michael Douglas, light a match.”
Adam McKay will still hang around to help, though.
This movie could have been great.
Now it’s just another comic book movie.
Will she suit up as The Wasp?
‘Ant-Man’ is going to be a weird film.
‘Avengers 3′ is going to be the most sarcastic film ever.
It’s a shame, because he looks much more like an ant than Paul Rudd.
Oof. Tough choice.
He won’t be lethal, but he’ll be annoying as hell.
For real, this time.
It’s a step in the right direction.
Edgar Wright, director of Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World has resumed work on his screenplay for a movie about the under-appreciated Marvel super-hero Ant-Man after a break of more than two years.
Edgar Wright considers casting Vin Diesel.For those not in the know and too lazy to look it up, Ant-Man is a scientist who shrinks down to tiny size and controls the thoughts of ants via a special helmet. Yeah. Pretty dumb. So why is Edgar Wright making a movie about this? He undoubtedly has a golden touch, but can he turn Ant-Man into something watchable? Turns out, he hasn't given it too much thought.I haven’t actually started the second draft yet–I’m not going to be able to until this film [Scott Pilgrim] is out–but what we wrote for the first draft, and what Marvel really liked, is that it’s funny, but it’s a genre film. It’s about the level of comedy that Iron Man has. The idea is to make a high-concept genre film where it’s within another genre. His suit and its power is the big gadget and it takes place in the real world. I just wanted to do something that was slightly different than the superhero origin film. I felt that between that and the various mad scientist, crazy doctor films that we’ve all seen, this would be a way into an origin that was slightly different. I’m not really a multi-tasker–I haven’t done anything since Marvel liked our first draft.Word on the street is that Wright's first draft is amazing. I still think it's pretty dumb. Ants are really non-threatening unless you're planning to commit some kind of picnic-based heist. Or if you're lackadaisical when it comes to guarding your pee hole. And if that's the case, maybe you're just not well-suited for a life of crime. (Box Office Magazine)