Ant Man and the Wasp Quantumania: director discloses Cassie Lang’s age. 5 fascinating insights about Ant-Man 3
In an interview with Nerdbunker, Reed was questioned about his experience directing the Ant-Man movies and observing Paul Rudd’s character go through the changes that he does. Responding to this, he added that it was ‘gratifying’ to see how the audience is appreciating Ant-Man’s story. He further noted that according to him, they relate to Scott since he is just another normal person, who finds himself caught up in the midst of amazing situations.
He was quoted saying, “But I think we’ve all grown and what we want to do with the movies and how we see the character, the family dynamics, to us, after the events of [Avengers: Infinity War] and Endgame, it really occurred to us, obviously, ‘Well, Cassie’s going to be 18 in this movie, that’s great.'”
The filmmaker also noted that the prevailing topic in the film is time, and how much time Scott has missed with his daughter. Scott’s major motive, Reed stated, is basically “’I want time with my daughter.’” He said, “And now he’s coming into contact with a villain in this movie, Kang the Conqueror, who has reign over time, and what does it mean to them?”
Kathryn Newton describes Cassie Lang as ‘a mess’
Apart from director Peyton Reed, Kathryn Newton, who will be seen playing Cassandra Lang in the upcoming Marvel Studios film also mentioned her role in the recent past. While talking to Entertainment Tonight on a red-carpet event, Kathryn delved into the similarities she perceives between her and her character. She shared that just like her Cassie is imperfect, eager, and wants to be a hero even if she has no idea what she is doing. She further said, “She’s just trying to figure out how to be a good person and you know making a lot of mistakes. She’s kind of a mess actually, huh, and so am I.”
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Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is the third feature in the Ant-Man franchise following the 2015 movie Ant-Man and the 2018 release Ant-Man and the Wasp. It will kick off Phase 5 of the MCU.
5 fascinating insights about Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania 3
Who is in the cast of Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania 3?
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will reprise their roles as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man and Hope Van Dyne aka The Wasp. Apart from them, Michelle Pfeiffer will appear as Janet Van Dyne and Michael Douglas will feature as Dr. Hank Pym. Kathryn Newton will play Scott’s daughter Cassie Lang while Jonathan Majors will act as the villain Kang: The Conqueror.
What is the plot of Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania?
Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will see Scott Lang, Hope Van Dyne, Hank Pym, and Janet Van Dyne explore the Quantum Realm and interact with odd animals and experiences. As they come across Kang: The Conqueror, it will pave the path for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. Cassie Lang’s arc will also find a central position in the film.
When will Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania 3 release?
Ant Man and the Wasp is all scheduled to premiere in the theatres on the 17th of February, 2023. This was the original release date indicated by the creators. But then, it was postponed until July 2023, only to be pushed back to its original date after swapping places with The Marvels. In a discussion with Digital Spy, Lilly said that due to the Coronavirus-related constraints, it was the toughest shoot they have had yet.
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Will Cassie Lang be an Avenger?
In the original comics, Cassie Lang does grow up to become a superhero named Stature, who has the powers to modify her size, just like her father. Following the announcement of her hiring as Cassie Lang, Kathryn provided a hint about the way her character is headed as she remarked in an Instagram post, “Last night I dreamed of being a superhero. #marvel #STATURE #CASSIELANG.”
Is Kang a larger Bad Guy than Thanos?
Jonathan Majors will be featured playing Kang: The Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Talking about his character with Entertainment Weekly, Peyton Reed revealed that he is the ‘most powerful force in the Multiverse.’ Without disclosing any spoil
Reed also indicated that Kang in the movies will be different from the time-traveling villain in the comics. “His condition is a little bit different in this movie, which I won’t spoil for you, but he’s someone who, [while] we live fairly linear lives, from childhood to death, Kang doesn’t exist that way. It struck me as interesting to take the tiniest Avengers — in some people’s perceptions maybe the least strong Avengers — and put them up against the most powerful entity in the multiverse,” Reed added.