In case you need a refresher on where the MCU stands on the eve of the Endgame, Screen Junkies has another excellent edition of their Cram It series detailing where each Marvel hero came from and where they stand after Infinity War.
After helping Nick Fury with an alien threat back in the 90s of the MCU, Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel is back and possibly the key to defeating Thanos once and for all in Avengers: Endgame.
July kicks off with the final MCU movie of 2018, Ant-Man and The Wasp, and the prequel to the Purge that shows how all that insanity got started.
Ant-Man is back in July and joined by The Wasp to stop the technology stealing criminal The Ghost in a wacky and fun looking (pre-Infinity War) MCU adventure.
Following the events of Civil War, Scott Lang rejoins Hope Van Dyne and Hank Pym to stop a new threat that sees Hope donning her own super-suit as The Wasp to partner up with Scott.
Former thief Scott Lang gets the chance to become a hero when he’s recruited by Hank Pym to become the new Ant-Man and stop his insane protege, Darren Cross, from selling a powerful new weapon to some very bad people.
Zach, Chris and special guest Gio dive deep into the microscopic world of Ant-Man for the latest Everything Action Reviewcast.
Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe closes out with a fantastic and fun heist caper as former Ant-Man Hank Pym recruits Scott Lang, a fresh from jail thief, on a mission to stop his former protege from unleashing a new weapon on the world.
If the first Ant-Man trailer left you a little underwhelmed, this new trailer should get you back excited, as there’s tons of shrinking action, the first look at the villainous Yellowjacket and much more.
Marvel and ABC offered up a sneak peek at Age of Ultron and Ant-Man last night with some awesome concept art and images.