Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania set footage shows Paul Rudd grooving to music, fans say it's part of opening montage

  • Footage from the sets of Marvel's upcoming film Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania shows lead actor Paul Rudd filming a scene in which he is grooving to music while walking down the street.
Paul Rudd is filming for the third instalment of his successful superhero franchise Ant-Man.
Paul Rudd is filming for the third instalment of his successful superhero franchise Ant-Man.
Published on Mar 10, 2022 04:01 PM IST
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Among the upcoming films of Marvel Cinematic Universe's (MCU) Phase 4 is Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, the third instalment of the Ant-Man series. The film, which stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily in lead roles, is currently in production with filming underway. A leaked video from the sets of the film posted online recently, shows lead actor Paul strutting down a street. (Also read: Bill Murray reveals he is playing a Marvel villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania)

The video of Paul shooting Ant-Man 3 was posted by a fan account on Instagram recently. It gives first look at Paul as Scott Lang in the film, as he is seen dancing to Welcome Back by John Sebastian. According to some fans, the shot could be part of the film's opening musical montage.

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is scheduled to release in theatres on July 28, 2023. Apart from Paul and Evangeline, it also brings back Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Kathryn Newton from previous Ant-Man films. Jonathan Majors joins the cast as Marvel villain Kang the Conqueror.

Jonathan had played a variant of this character called He Who Remains in the Marvel-Disney+ web series Loki last year. It is speculated that Ant-Man 3 will see the titular hero battle Kang. The film also features Bill Murray, who has earlier implied that he is playing a ‘bad guy’ in the film.

Loki head writer Michael Waldron has spoken earlier that he wants Kang to be a major MCU villain. Speaking to, he had said, "I was fighting for that from the start. That was what I wanted. I think the onus on us was to prove why that made sense. As our story came together, and as we realized this isn't just a time travel story, this is a multiverse story, and as we really built out what was going to be the mythology of the man behind the curtain, so to speak, it just made sense. Who is more dangerous, who would you want to contain the variants of, more than Kang the Conqueror?"

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