Ant-Man is framed as a much lighter and more flighty franchise, which actually could work in its favor given the bummer ending of Infinity War and the overall downer public mood at the moment. They were handed boards with Google's most pressing questions around the movie, its storyline and characters, and information about the actors themselves.
The scene features Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) inside the Quantum Realm, being guided by Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfieffer) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly).
What it means: You know that insanely high body count at the end of Avengers: Infinity War? This time he is not alone - he has to fight alongside a new superhero, The Wasp.
What happens: Janet, Hank, and Hope are on a rooftop, fiddling with some equipment a few feet away from the quantum gateway, which has been stashed in the back of a van.
It's also worth considering that the Quantum Realm may have literally been out of reach of Thanos's snap all together, and thus, in one way or another, immune to the Infinity Stones' powers.
When the film ends, Janet is free from the Quantum Realms and she is on a rooftop with Hank and Hope, the family reunited at last. The camera cuts back and there are not one, not two, but three piles of ash and Scott is now stuck in the Quantum Realm.
Granted, it's pretty unlikely that Scott is going to stay trapped in the Quantum Realm for as long as Jan was, but we shouldn't rule out the possibility that he's going to come out the other side displaying similar energy manipulation abilities, at least temporarily. Marvel is getting ruthless, I tell you.
The mid-credits scene is the one that has the most significance to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because it shows Scott Lang fiddling about inside the Quantum Realm, which the film tells us is a very unsafe place.
Which also opens the door for their probable return in Avengers 4.
There's basically an endless list of possibilities revolving around the Quantum Realm. And the otherwise light and fun Ant-Man and the Wasp has laid the foundation.
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