EXCLUSIVE: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Set Video Seemingly Reveals A Scene Featuring Giant-Man
We've got some juicy details about a scene from Ant-Man and The Wasp that was recently shot in Atlanta and you can find out more about that - and see a video from the set - after the jump. Check it out!
The photos we've been sent also confirm that the sequel takes place in San Francisco (the same place Ant-Man was set) and it appears as if the driver of the truck will also be created with special effects.
"So flatbed truck rolls down the street and stops," our source on set tells us. "And you'll notice that there's no one in the actual truck. It's being driven by a man in the back, disguised as a seat (who must feel very silly). Which, of course, means someone or something will be added in in post. Maybe it's just a normal character who they'll shoot on green screen, and he wasn't there just for security purposes. Or maybe it's a weird CGI man. Or something else. The possibilities are endless."
"And you'll also notice that it raises up slightly after stopping," they add. Could it be Giant-Man on the truck? "And the man with the megaphone was telling the extras, "Look at it! What is it? It's 25 feet tall!" So my guess here is that someone is driving down the street with a massive CGI thing, (maybe using Giant Man tech?) and that thing steps off the bed of the truck, which makes it lift up."
It's already been confirmed that Giant-Man will appear in Ant-Man and The Wasp and it's feasible that Hank Pym or Hope Van Dyne could be driving him into action. It's equally as likely that the sequel's still very mysterious villains are somehow involved but the fact that the truck moves as if something is getting off definitely points to one of the characters being enlarged at some point in the movie.
What do you guys think of these Ant-Man and The Wasp details? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below and thank you to our friend in Atlanta who got in touch with this scoop!
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