Fans Are Not Impressed With Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Has ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Turned Out To Be A Bummer? Movie Attracts Mixed Reactions

Did you honestly like it?

Ant-Man is irrefutably one of the most loved superheroes of all time. After 2015’s Ant-Man, and 2018’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, the latest offering happens to be the third installment in the MCU series. Directed by Peyton Reed, the film has Scott Lang essay the role of Ant-Man, while Hope Pym plays the Wasp. The movie’s release clashes with another Bollywood offering—Kartik Aaryan’s Shehzada. As far as the storyline goes, Lang and his family get transported to a realm called ‘Quantum’, only to find Wasp as well. And well, they now have to fight Kang the Conqueror.      


Needless to say, mammoth expectations were pinned on this movie, given how well its previous installments have done. However, the verdict from fans and critics has been far from satisfactory and has elicited mixed reactions.

Here’s What Fans Have To Say About The Movie:

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Reed is among a handful of directors in Hollywood who’ve single-handedly helmed all three installments so far. Speaking of which, he says “Oh, we’re going to do a trilogy!” You never know. Our concerns back then were really, “Is the audience going to accept a character called Ant-Man who shrinks and talks to ants?” And fortunately, I think largely because Paul Rudd is so great as Scott Lang, he connected with audiences. But for me, I’m thrilled. We’ve made a third “Ant-Man” and we decided we wanted to paint on an even larger canvas for this one. There were things we set up in the first two movies that we definitely wanted to pay off in this movie, the Quantum Realm being chief among them”


He further added, “We sort of dipped our toe into the Quantum Realm in the first couple of movies. But we owed the audience, I think, this explanation of what the hell was Janet van Dyne doing in the Quantum Realm for 30 years. She wasn’t just wandering around this void with a walking cane for 30 years. She had a whole, full life down there. And we loved the idea, too, of starting this movie with people keeping secrets. The idea of what do family members not tell each other, and that Janet was really withholding a lot about her time down there, and maybe even had a version of PTSD because of what happened. And of course, we reveal throughout the course of the movie that she had a very full life down there and, in fact, came into contact with Kang the Conqueror, and it did not work out so well for either of them.”

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