Marvel Studios Reportedly Moving Forward With ‘Ant-Man 3’

This past summer during Comic-Con and D23, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige shared Phase 4 plans and beyond highlighting such films as Black Widow, Eternals, Shang-Chi, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther 2, Captain Marvel 2, Blade, and the soon to be developed X-Men and Fantastic Four. However, there was no mention of Ant-Man. Now, thanks to a new report, Scott Lang may be returning very soon.

According to Charles Murphy (via Murphy’s Law Podcast), Marvel Studios has made the decision to move ahead with the third Ant-Man film. He also reports that the movie is looking to begin production sometime in the Summer of 2021, as Pym Particles Productions III LLC was formed a little over a month ago.

The character played by Paul Rudd was last seen in this year’s highest-grossing movie of all time Avengers: Endgame, and was arguably people’s favorite character in the film for his comedic edge in the high stakes situation the Avengers were going through.

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Released in 2015, Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, and Evangaline Lilly grossed over $519 million at the global box office, and in 2018 Ant-Man and the Wasp was released, which introduced Michelle Pfieffer as the original Wasp, and would make even more than its predecessor grossing $622 million globally. So, it makes sense Marvel Studios wants to continue making films in this billion-dollar franchise.

Source: Murphy’s Law Podcast

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