Evangeline Lilly Reveals An Alternate Version Of ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's After-Credits Scene

Evangeline Lilly Reveals An Alternate Version Of ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's After-Credits Scene

Ant-Man and The Wasp star Evangeline Lilly reveals that we could have seen a slightly different version of the sequel's Avengers: Infinity War after-credits scene but there's a good reason it was cut.

Ant-Man and The Wasp didn't acknowledge the events of Avengers: Infinity War until the movie's after-credits scenes. In the first of those, The Wasp, Hank Pym, and Janet Van Dyne turned to dust following Thanos' victory and Scott Lang was left trapped within the Quantum Realm. However, Evangeline Lilly has now revealed that the scene was originally going to play out on screen quite a bit differently.

"I kind of got a giggle when I saw the final product, because they basically just cut our reactions out completely and cut to ash," the actress revealed before adding that the change was "much more dramatic and worked very well for the scene." As for why the trio's reactions weren't used, Lilly explained that they "blew it" because none of them were sure what was supposed to be going on.

"None of knew what we were doing! I think we made it look a little bit more like an ascension to heaven than any sort of negative and scary happening," she added before elaborating on that point:
 
"This is one of the last days of shooting the whole movie and, you know…we read about the Snappening. At the time, we still didn’t really entirely know what exactly that was, and it’s because we hadn’t seen or been a part of shooting Infinity War. We knew, like, the basic idea. We knew that Thanos had snapped his fingers and people disappeared, but we didn’t know… I hadn’t seen Tom Holland crying out and begging Iron Man to ‘Please, please, I don’t want to go, I don’t want to go’ and we hadn’t seen the emotion or the drama or the sort of angst and maybe pain surrounding the ashing or the Snappening when we were shooting it. I don’t think [director] Peyton [Reed] really even knew what that was supposed to look like or be, because none of us had been a part of Avengers: Infinity War."

Were you disappointed that we didn't get to see the reaction of these characters when they turned to dust or was it more shocking to see that they had all disappeared after cutting back from the Quantum Realm? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts on these remarks in the comments section.
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