Check Out Over 16 New Ant-Man And The Wasp Behind The Scenes Set Photos
The new set photos show Wasp fighting Ghost, Scott-Lang playing the drum, new S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Randall Park, and plenty more
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an unstoppable machine at this point. Black Panther arrives on Digital HD today, Avengers: Infinity War is running to packed houses in theaters, breaking records, and Ant-Man and the Wasp just got a new trailer rejuvenating its hype. Even as we examined all that was to learn from it, a fresh new batch of behind the scenes photos have popped up from the sets of the movie that give a peek at some of the movie’s more intriguing scenes.
Chief among those is the presence of the Wasp. While the Wasp fighting Ghost is undoubtedly Evangeline Lily’s Hope Van Dyne, we’re unsure if the Wasp in the other set photos is Michelle Pfieffer’s Janet Van Dyne in some of her older missions. Fans would remember that Janet and Hank Pym (played by Michael Douglas) embarked on several secret assignments in the Cold War era before one of those claimed the Wasp’s life. We also have Scott Lang doing some card tricks to impress Cassie and playing the drums and since he doesn’t have dots on his face, I’m assuming he isn’t doing motion capture for an Ant doing something similar in the trailer. There’s Luis with his wide grin, as well as new FBI turned S.H.I.E.L.D. agent character Randall Park played by Jimmy Woo. Since Lang is under house-arrest, his character could have a more prominent role than we imagine. You can check out the images below.
The strange thing about the images is their origin. They seem to be posted by Twitter user Muhammad Yazid Farhan and their perfect 1080p nature, along with the location of the shots make it seem as if these were official set photos or behind the scenes look that Marvel planned to release in the future but inadvertently leaked earlier than expected. We’ll try and follow the story to trace their origins. Meanwhile, check out the 20 or so images in the gallery above.
Ant-Man and the Wasp releases worldwide on July 6, 2018.