Ant-Man And The Wasp: After-Credits Scenes Explained

Ant-Man And The Wasp: After-Credits Scenes Explained

Ant-Man And The Wasp: After-Credits Scenes Explained

Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place in the last three days before Scott's house arrest ends, with Hope Van Dyne (Wasp) and her father, Hank Pym, breaking Scott out of his house arrest confinement because they need his help to save Janet Van Dyne from the Quantum Realm.

"Ant-Man and The Wasp" takes place before Thanos takes on the Avengers in "Infinity War".

The second post-credits scene, featuring a giant ant playing the drums, manages to be both amusing and chilling, before the movie ends with a reassuring statement - "Ant-Man and The Wasp will return" - that quickly turns ominous when a question mark appears at the end, rendering that observation a little less certain. It is widely expected that the events of Captain Marvel will tie directly into Avengers 4 and, thanks to the Infinity War post-credits tease, we know the super heroine is on her way. Ant-Man and the Wasp is the first Marvel movie to hit theaters after that massive cliffhanger as well as the Avengers: Infinity War post-credits scene, which hinted at the long-awaited arrival of a certain superhero.

The first sequence is a mid-credits scene. So that's where we leave Scott: Stuck in the quantum realm, holding a big handful of "healing particles", and not sure what to do or even with a method of escape. The audience watches Hope, Hank and Janet float away. The TV is showing only the "Emergency Broadcast System" signal - probably as a result of the mayhem caused by Thanos.

Check out what Paul Rudd had to say in the player above and below is exactly what we talked about. The ant who'd subbed in for Scott's daily routine is not only home, he's having the time of his life banging on Scott's electric drum kit. But for fans still hung up on Infinity War and how things will play out in next year's untitled Avengers 4, Ant-Man and the Wasp offers what we think might be a few select clues to the future of the MCU.

"The Quantum Realm is the good news and the bad news in this movie". Or maybe he even learns about Thanos and attempts to warn the Avengers of his presence early on in the MCU's running timeline? We also learned that spending enough time in the Quantum Realm alters one physiology and can imbue a person with the ability to control-or at least manipulate-quantum particles in people's bodies. The fallen heroes were reduced to dust in Infinity War and not shown to be explicitly dead.

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