Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man 3 is Marvel’s MOST IMPORTANT Movie Post Avengers: Endgame & Here’s Why, 2022 Release Date Rumored

2015 Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, was a unique addition to the Marvel clan of movies. The movie had a sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp released in 2018, which presented a direct connection to the ultimate Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame. Both, directed by Peyton Reed and received exceptionally well by the audience (check out the statistics below!) as a mix of comedy and action, are expected to have another addendum.

A third chapter of the Ant-Man series is expectedly under construction by Peyton Reed, as well. With the superpower of shrinking down or up to the desired size, the role of Scott Lang/Ant-Man shall once again be played by Paul Rudd. Ant-Man with a collection of whopping $519.3 million was superseded by its sibling, Ant-Man and the Wasp, with $622.6 million. We are pretty confident Reed’s keen eye for comedy and drama amidst all the action will cross these figures.

And Paul Rudd’s acting will be a cherry on the top! We know it will leave us in splits. Will this addition have an impact on the end of Thanos, or will the end of Thanos mess things up? Will it only take us back to the Quantum Realm to reveal bigger secrets? This could even be a slice to another team (Avengers being the veterans, undoubtedly) being built by the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Time will tell (The earthly time, of course! As the Quantum Realm clocks tick too fast!). Shout-out to all those who wish to see Evangeline Lilly starring in this one also as Hope Van Dyne aka The Wasp combating enemies side by side Ant-Man. The commencement of shooting for Ant-Man 3 is anticipated by the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021.

The movie is set to release by mid-2022. Till then, Marvel has a few delicacies to refresh your palate. In sequential release beginning from May 2020, are Black Widow, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, WandaVision, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, Loki, What If…?, Hawkeye and Thor: Love and Thunder. Does this order of release of Marvel movies signify something? Don’t miss out on the Post Credits to be sure!

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