MovieBob Reviews: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP

Elizabeth Olsen reveals that the cast of Infinity War found out about the end of the movie while they were all crammed in a van together

Meanwhile, a queer romance nearly made it into this year's "Black Panther", according to actress Florence Kasumba, who said she performed in a scene in which her character flirted with a female general played by Danai Gurira.

"Sometimes I will read characters and I will think, 'Who would do that?" "Whereas a woman's like, 'I don't know".

We're not sure yet outside of the fact that it will deal with the aftermath of Infinity War, and Ant-Man and The Wasp will apparently be very important to it. Beyond the heroes and villain, the peripheral players include a black-market technology dealer (Walton Goggins) and an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent (Randall Park) assigned to keep a watchful eye on Scott.

They said only a handful of people knew the true plot.

KF: Absolutely. Yes. It was the path that we were heading in any way because they're great stories from the comics.

When all those things get scrambled together, Ant-Man and the Wasp is delightfully nerve-wracking, but that's just the start of it.

Lilly's candid - and gymnastic - display earned her a gasp of admiration from her interviewer, who appeared momentarily lost for words before offering: "I love you".

Fan anticipation is sky-high, especially after the Avengers Infinity War makers teased that they would not release the sequel's title until long after Avengers 3 hit cinemas because it would reveal too much.

KF: I think Black Panther proved that will be the case, I think Ant-Man and The Wasp will prove that, and I'm hoping that Captain Marvel will prove that. "Why do I have to go through this?" a clearly passionate Lilly continued.

If you're still trying to get over the shocking ending to "Avengers: Infinity War" then "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (in theaters July 6) is a welcome sight. Even in rough dailies of Captain Marvel and seeing what Brie is doing in that costume-even before the effects are on.

"Do I have the most comfortable suit in the MCU?" she wondered, before holding up her high-heeled foot. "I think my suit is killer. It's over.' Now, the immediate question is when do I get to do it again?" "Evangeline and I spent a lot of time during the writing phase and throughout figuring out all the details of who she is, how she moves, how she fights, just her whole approach to being a hero and that's really exciting to me". "And they were like, 'Now we're shooting it, go!' and we were like 'How are we supposed to interpret that?'"

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