Should you stick around after the credits?

Should you stick around after the credits?

Ant-Man and The Wasp was a lighthearted and self-contained adventure until disaster struck in its post-credits scenes, something director Peyton Reed tells ComicBook.com he is quite proud of.

Meanwhile, according to Collider's Jon Schnepp, Thanos creator Jim Stalin has reportedly revealed that Marvel is working on an extended edition of the movie, featuring 30 minutes of the Mad Titan's backstory. We know this because, at the end of the film, Scott is released from his house arrest, as his time is up. 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 Quantum Realm, also called the Microverse in the comics, is where Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), goes when he shrinks down to a subatomic level. 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. That matters because just seconds after Scott successfully makes the jump, he suddenly finds himself out of communication with the team back in the normal sized universe operating the device's control panel.

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The film starts in the run-up to Avengers: Infinity War and then takes place in tandem, with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly returning as the two titular heroes alongside Michael Douglas as Hank Pym and Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet Van Dyne. The TV is showing only the "Emergency Broadcast System" signal - probably as a result of the mayhem caused by Thanos. Combine that with Janet's warning about the time vortex, and we have to wonder if Scott is gonna be involved in some time-travel shenanigans come Avengers 4. 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.

Of course, there's also a fail-safe in the form of a character we meet in the movie, Bill Foster (Laurence Fishburne), so Scott might just get yanked out and run off to beat up Thanos on his farm.

"The Quantum Realm is the good news and the bad news in this movie". It's probable-maybe even likely-that when the Stones destroy matter, they're not actually vaporizing it, but instead forcing it to phase out of our reality into another-maybe even into a place that is touching or related to the Quantum Realm.

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