RUMOR: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Opening Scene Did Not Go Over Very Well With Test Audiences

RUMOR: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Opening Scene Did Not Go Over Very Well With Test Audiences

RUMOR: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP's Opening Scene Did Not Go Over Very Well With Test Audiences

Marvel Studios' upcoming movie Ant-Man and the Wasp is the latest superhero film to get a less than positive reaction at its test screening. Should this news be cause for concern? Hit the jump for more...

Every time a movie gets a test screening these days, it seems like rumors about the film either being great or terrible hit the internet shortly afterward. The latest movie to get this treatment is Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp, which hits theatres this July.

Reports from Italian site Badtaste say that a test audience reacted poorly to the opening scene of the movie, rumored to be an action sequence set in South America. While this is not confirmed, it seems to match up with reports from last week that said the movie's opening scene was being reshot in Los Angeles with the crew working on Captain Marvel.

There has been some confusion about where Ant-Man and the Wasp
fits into the MCU timeline since this month's Avengers: Infinity War looks like it will bring about some world-changing consequences. While this confusion should be cleared up before the movie's release, it still makes Ant-Man and the Wasp one of this summer's more forgotten blockbusters.

If there are any significant problems with the movie, the fact that Avengers is only a few weeks away might provide a much-needed distraction from behind the scenes drama. But like with any rumors borne out of test screenings, this should probably be taken with a grain of salt. Considering how the first Ant-Man became a hit despite tons of behind the scenes changes, the sequel should be just fine.

Do you think these rumors are worth getting worked up about? Comment below!

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