Marvel Studios kicked off Phase 5 with Ant-Man and the Wasp premieres this week.
Quantumania is the third film in the Ant-Man trilogy, following 2015’s Ant-Man and 2018’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. , Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Douglas, and David Dastmalchian. William Jackson Harper, Katie O’Brien, and Bill Murray appear in supporting roles.
Marvel Studios has completed the long-awaited Phase 4 of Black Panther.
Wakanda Forever in November. It debuted at a record US box office with his $181.4 million, and has grossed his $831.2 million worldwide since it premiered two months ago. Peyton Reed, who has returned to the director’s chair for Quantumania, told Entertainment Weekly that he hopes to bring the gravitas of Avengers movies to the latest Ant-Man and the Wasp.
“People were like, oh, these were like fun little taste cleansers after the giant Avengers movie,” Reed said. ’ I want to be a big Avengers movie.”
Judging by the early reaction of critics, Reed seems to have nailed him in the head. Variety editor Jazz Tankay “had an absolute blast” with the film, while Collider editor-in-chief Steven Weintraub called “Quantomania” a “strong start to Phase 5.” Some critics were less positive, with CNET’s Sean Keane saying the flick had “too much to offer”.
Quantumania is ready for a worldwide theatrical release. However, before its release and the start of Phase 5 of the MCU, the film was officially opened to some critics. Here’s what the film received as initial criticism: Critics took to Twitter to share their opinions on Ant-Man 3 starring Paul Rudd. Scroll down to see their reaction!
Not long ago, Paul Rudd talked about preparing for his character Ant-Man in the franchise’s third installment, saying he underwent massive physical changes and worked really hard to get in shape.