I know we're all excited for Endgame, but I wonder if anyone is more excited than Paul Rudd, since once the movie premieres, he'll (probably) get to stop talking about going into Thanos' butt.Read More
They left us no choice.
Look, here's the thing: I'm furious. Do I want to be marching around singing, "I'm gonna get real small and get inside your butthole"? Absolutely not.Read More
Yes, that one.
The best theory is the weirdest, crudest one.Read More
4 out of 5 Quantum Realms.
There's one thing that I love first about Ant-Man and The Wasp, and it's that women are equally represented onscreen, but it's never discussed. It's not, "I can do this, and it's worth relating because I'm a woman. Let me go do this." It's just assumed that women can do anything and everything. It isn't open for discussion; it's exemplified through smarts and mind-bending abilities and relentless ass-kicking. I adore this universe and wish to live here.Read More
There are some pressing questions that need answers.Read More
Per The Hollywood Reporter, Pena will be returning as Luis for the Ant-Man sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp.Read More
We know it's sometimes difficult for people to keep things like celebrities, comics publishers, and superheroes straight, so maybe this new Ant-Man figure is sort-of understandable? Hot Toys is generally known for the amazing likenesses of their figures. However, as HitFix points out, their new Ant-Man figure looks more like...Ben Affleck's Batman.Read More
Ant-Man Joins Team Cap in Captain America: Civil War Clip, Plus Check Out That Rad Ant-Man Action Figure
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Paul Rudd, Anthony Mackie, Chris Evans, and Sebastian Stan appeared and brought with them a new Captain America: Civil War clip featuring the scene in which Rudd (as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man) joins Team Cap.Read More
During Hillary Clinton's speech last night, NBC's Joe Scarborough tweeted at her to "smile. You just had a big night."Read More
Agent Carter has entered yet another battle for renewal after its second season, which made for a fun watch even if it did lag behind in the ratings. Here's my list of five reasons why I think the show deserves to get renewed for a third season.Read More
In the wake of the unprecedented success of the R-rated Deadpool, as well as the announcement of an R-rated edition of Batman v Superman, superhero movie directors have begun to jokingly suggest they'll follow suit in their future projects.Read More
LEGO Avengers Adds Some (Free!) Rad Female Characters: Agent 13, Scarlet Witch, Hope Van Dyne, and More!
As part of a day one DLC download, Warner Bros. Interactive will be releasing Captain America: Civil War and Ant-Man characters and levels. How much, you ask? Free!Read More
Ant-Man was around when I started to tire of the patterns in the Marvel movie formula -- and here's the Honest Trailers take on that exact problem.Read More
Do you need to watch Ant-Man to enjoy thirty seconds of Paul Rudd and Michael Peña doing adorable dances with one another? No. No, you do not.Read More
But THAT MORAG ORB, THO.
As loyal Marvel fans (as I'm sure many of us are), you probably already have a bunch, if not all of the Phase Two movies. Well, get ready to spend money buying them all over again.Read More
"Haters gonna hate." -Marvel
Marvel isn't having any of this "superhero movies will die out" business, and to prove it, they're adding an Ant-Man sequel and some unannounced mystery projects to their upcoming "phase 3" movie slate.Read More
During a recent Collider interview, Sebastian Stan addressed Zack Snyder's recent dismissive comments about Ant-Man.Read More
Pizza Rat! Pizza Rat is living his dreams, so should you!Read More
New bromance alert: Scott Lang/Steve Rogers.
We're not at the D23 Expo today, but after reading reports of what footage Marvel showed from Captain America: Civil War, we seriously, seriously, seriously wish we were.Read More
"Scott Lang faces the horror of his truth."
Patrick Willems, the indie filmmaker behind "What If Wes Anderson Directed X-Men," has returned with another gift for cinema studies nerds: a Werner Herzog-inspired parody of Ant-Man. The aching slowness of this adaptation manages to bridge the gap between self-serious goofiness and true existential dread.Read More