SPOILERS: Ant-Man and the Wasp Post-Credit Scenes
Fans of Ant-Man and the Wasp may have gotten their treat with the release of the new movie directed by Peyton Reed and stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer. I did a non-spoiler review and now its time to look at the juicy details about the film. Folks, I give you, Ant-Man and the Wasp post-credit scenes.
Ok before we proceed into SPOILER territory, let me make this clear, this post has a HUGE spoiler alert tacked onto it.
There are two Ant-Man and the Wasp post-credit scenes. The first one happens days or even weeks after the film’s ending.
We see Hope, Hank and Janet Van Dyne setting up a smaller version of the Quantum Tunnel placed in Luis’ van. They are operating in what looks to be a parking lot. Hank states that he had a big lab and all that as they continue to work on the equipment. Scott Lang gets out of the van’s driver seat and gets ready to go back into the quantum realm.
The team is trying to go and get more quantum energy for Ghost who still needs a regular dose of Quantum energy to stop fading away. It’s up the the four of them to go and get Ghost’s necessary dose.
Scott leaps into the Quantum realm, collects the required energy and calls Hank to pull him back.
The scene returns to our world and we see that all three of the Pyms have been turned into dust, another set of casualty from Thanos’ “snap” which happened at the end of Avengers Infinity War.
Oh man, they definitely found a way to not only connect the sequel to the main Marvel Cinematic Universe story, they also answered the question of where Scott and Hope were during the events of Infinity War.
The second Ant-Man and the Wasp post-credit scene is rather lame. We just end up seeing the ant that took Scott’s place during his time in house arrest. The dude was just playing with Scott Lang’s electric drum set.
That’s just is. Saved you five minutes. It’s useless and not funny at all. This elevated Captain America’s “Patience” video from Spider-Man: Homecoming from corny to funny given the context.