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I think it'd be nice to have an Ant-Man movie that sets both him and Wasp up for Avengers membership. But for now it seems like the next trinity movies (Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Cap 2) are the big pieces of the second phase for the movie universe.
Not to rule out an Ant-Man movie, but I don't think we should be expecting it anytime soon.
Hate to sound like a broken record here, but the fact is as I've stated that they want to do the movie, it's just that The Avengers got in the way. They also had a contract with Wright who probably was on as producer and held the rights to the character for all we know. Remember this predated Marvel's assimilation into Disney and Iron Man. MARVEL Studios want to do Ant Man and they already have a finished script, and Stan Lee has even put his stamp of approval whatever that's worth. It's all in the timing.
Right now, Marvel has to really set up Avengers 2, but this time it won't be so haphazardly thrown together now that we got all the origins out of the way. As I stated, I believe they will be setting up the formation of the Infiinty Gauntlet and more than likely each film will feature a gem at least five of them. IM3, Thor 2, Cap 2, and probably Dr. Strange. Ant Man can fit in there nice if they do his film in 2014 as the next member and dealing with another gem. Besides they need another chick in the Avengers.
Joss Whedon did a wrap-up interview about Avengers with /Film and he mentioned what influenced his use of Thanos during the credits.
The 2 comics mentioned, Avengers Annual #7 and Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2 seem like they would be prime candidates for integration into an Avengers sequel of some sort, though the use of Spider-Man and Thing in the later might need a lot more tweaking to make it work. It also brings up the idea of Captain Marvel himself being adapted into the MCU, which I had never thought about.Joss Whedon: He for me is the most powerful and fascinating Marvel villain. He’s the great grand daddy of the badasses and he’s in love with death and I just think that’s so cute. For me, the greatest Avengers was THE AVENGERS annual that Jim Starlin did followed by THE THING 2 in 1 that contained the death of Adam Warlock. Those were some of the most important texts and I think underrated milestones in Marvel history and Thanos is all over that, so somebody had to be in control and had to be behind Loki’s work and I was like “It’s got to be Thanos.” And they said “Okay” and I’m like “Oh my God!”
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Sounds good, but if it happens, it may not take place until Avengers 3, since it sounds pretty epic and Whedon has said that the next film would be a more quiet story compared to the first with more character development. But who knows?
Stating that Marvel Studios are looking fro writers for the movie adaptations of lesser known characters with Cable listed as one of the projects. But since your article is more recent I tend to believe it.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige talks about the next five films from Disney & Marvel Studios:
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Sounds promising. Also I guess you can say this is pretty much confirmation that Ant Man/Wasp will be in Avengers 2.
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Well the latest rumor is off panel at Kapow! Comic Con 2012, it was said by Joe Quesada that a Ms. Marvel script has been written. A female lead movie seems like an improbable gamble in the superhero movie genre but...it's seems suspicious something like this is mentioned when Marvel Studios is set to make an announcement on Phase Two soon.
According to Empire reported by CBM, Kevin Fiege teased the unannounced 2014 movie:
Dr. Strange, anyone? Okay, that was rhetorical on my part, yes please!"Our next step," said Feige, "will be to introduce a character outside the Avengers' world."
Honestly I want to see Guardians of the Galaxy more than Ant-Man.
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As much as I loved Shaun of the Dead, I have no desire to see an Ant-Man movie, no matter who makes it.
But I suppose I will see it if it does get made -- though I sincerely doubt I'll purchase the blu-ray.
Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy, or even The Black Panther, sound much more interesting.
If a Ms. Marvel movie gets made before Wonder Woman . . . DC Comics will be officially full of fail for the rest of the decade. I'm serious. Marvel seems intent on screwing up their animated division but their live-action division is showing no signs of slowing down so a Ms. Marvel film will likely be terrific.
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I would love a Ms. Marvel film. Ant-Man, not so much.
Honestly, the only reason I would even want to watch an Ant-Man film is to see Ultron.
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Ya know, the hate for Ant-Man seems unwarranted and ignorant. People were saying the same thing about Iron Man 5 years ago. I can't tell you how many naysayers there were about Favreau and Rdj. Yet and still they made him a household name up there with other famous superheroes. Ant-Man has the potential to be equally fun. I imagine they can make a good film just on the idea of a man shrinking and controlling insects. Jan would also make for comic relief.
I don't have the same faith in Ant-Man as you do. Your comparison to Iron Man seems shaky to me since Iron Man's always had an ongoing since his inception, showing that he could support solo stories for decades and had some popularity, whereas Ant-Man's only really ever existed in team settings, with the exception of the Eric O'Grady version who had a short-lived solo.Originally Posted by the greenman
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