ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Concept Art Descriptions Feature An All-New "3.0" Costume And A... Giant Dog?

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Concept Art Descriptions Feature An All-New "3.0" Costume And A... Giant Dog?

More concept art descriptions here, this time for the Ant-Man sequel, which is currently in pre-production. It sounds like both Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne will have new outfits for the film...

Earlier today we brought you guys a description of the costume Brie Larson will be sporting as Captain Marvel, and now we have a breakdown of some of the Ant-Man and The Wasp concept art that was on display during today's Marvel Studios tour.

The images showed Paul Rudd's hero in Giant Man mode, as well as the character "using everyday objects made giant (such as a human-sized Ant-Man holding an oversized plastic soda bottle to spray bad guys with.)" Another pic apparently featured "an adorable, giant dog with a car in its jaws." It sounds like Lang still hasn't quite mastered Hank Pym's tech yet!

Plus, it's been confirmed that both Scott Lang and Evangeline Lilly's Hope van Dyne will be debuting brand new costumes for the sequel.

Here's an excerpt from THR's report, which includes quotes from director Peyton Reed:

"The suits are one thing on the comic page. They are fantastic. When you actually have to make it seem realistic in the real world, in three dimensions, you've got to buy it. It's got to be credible," said Reed of the challenge. He noted in the first Ant-Man, the team intentionally made the costume look old school, with the idea that the suit was outdated Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) technology.

Ant-Man received an upgrade in last year's Captain America: Civil War, and that will continue with Ant-Man and The Wasp. "This is a whole new suit," Reed said, calling it the "3.0" suit. "It's fun, because it's very specific for the needs of the story."

Again, we're probably going to have to wait a while to see any of this artwork for ourselves, but we do have some new Thor: Ragnarok stuff coming up later on, so keep an eye out for that.

For now, let us know how you think Ant-Man and The Wasp is shaping up in the comments section.
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