Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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First look at the Hope Pym / Wasp costume (Evangeline Lilly) from the upcoming Ant Man and the Wasp movie (2018).
Also, Michelle Pfeiffer enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe playing Janet Pym.
What do you think of the Wasp costume?

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Re: Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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I vastly prefer my version :

https://gytalf2000.deviantart.com/art/B ... -696332893

But that ain't never gonna make it to the big screen....
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It needs.....nipples...but otherwise it is pretty cool, looks pretty realistic and tight, but not like a fetish enabling costume.
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Re: Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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First Ant-Man and Wasp trailer! Costume looks fairly utilitarian (designed to look as much as like Ant-Man's as possible, I think, except for the B-cups). Looks like for a good amount of the time, Wasp is going to be so tiny on the screen you can barely see what the costume looks like :) Let's hope we also get some good full-size body shots and camera pan-ups on the Wasp.

Looking forward to Marvel's first headlining superheroine since Elektra!

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Well it looks fun but... I already detest the cute little girl offering innocent cute little girl advice in a cute little girl voice and I have seen her for perhaps 4 seconds
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Looks like Friggin good time! I'll be in the theater for that one.
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I'm surprised there are no shots of Michael Pena as Luis, though according to IMDB he is in the second movie.

The tone seems to match up with the first film, which can only be a good thing. Count me in on this one too.
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Re: Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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Grace Randolph's review of Ant Man and the Wasp:

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Re: Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

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Finally ran out and saw Ant-Man and The Wasp. I thought it was every bit as much fun as the first, though Ghost was not nearly as strong a villain as Yellowjacket was in the first movie.

Stay to the end of the credits.

Not much in the way of fanservice, though Hannah John-Kamen is always a welcome sight. Michelle Pfeiffer is still looking good, too.
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