ANT-MAN AND THE WASP, BLACK PANTHER And THOR: RAGNAROK Footage Description From Marvel's Hall H Panel

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP, BLACK PANTHER And THOR: RAGNAROK Footage Description From Marvel's Hall H Panel

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP, BLACK PANTHER And THOR: RAGNAROK Footage Description From Marvel's Hall H Panel

Giant-Man's return, Ulysses Klaue's cybernetically enhanced arm, and Thor's reason for leaving The Avengers are all revealed in footage from Ant-Man and The Wasp, Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok...

Marvel Studios released a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok last night but that was the only footage shown at the event which found its way online (officially, at least). However, thanks to our friends over Screen Rant we now have descriptions of the rest of the footage which was shown to those in Hall H. 

Ant-Man and The Wasp
hasn't started shooting but concept art was shown which featured some very cool imagery and confirms the return of Scott Lang as Giant-Man. It also sounds like Peyton Reed, who is no longer using Edgar Wright's old ideas, will really be letting loose with some very cool sequences.

A clip and trailer for Black Panther were also shown with confirmation that Andy Serkis'
Klaue is getting a powerful new arm to replace the one torn off by Ultron and that T'Challa's suit uses nanotechnology which sounds even more advanced that Iron Man's! Finally, clips from Thor: Ragnarok reveal plenty of new details including why the God of Thunder has decided against rejoining his fellow Avengers.

It all sounds pretty awesome and with any luck, Marvel Studios will release some of it officially soon.

Ant-Man and The Wasp


The presentation started out with concept art from Ant-Man and The Wasp and then proceeded to show Wasp in action, flying up to a ledge and looking down, as well as an approximately two-foot tall Ant-Man riding on a little girl’s backpack (presumably his daughter’s). Then, attendees saw more artwork, this time showing Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) in a white suit. The footage concluded with a car chase showing a van shrinking and driving underneath another car, and then growing back to its original size and flipping said car, with Giant-Man peeking out of an alleyway at the end.

Black Panther

The main scene opens on Panther and the Dora Milaje entering a casino where they’re attempting to catch Klaue. He has a deal with Martin Freeman’s Everett Ross, who has brought diamonds in exchange for vibranium. T’Challa’s sister gets impatient and starts a fight. The scene with Panther facing down Klaue, who’s new arm turns into a gun and blasts a table the hero tries to block the shot with. Then it was followed up by a sizzle reel/trailer that took in the full scope of the movie. We saw T’Challa becoming the king and talking about the kind of ruler he wants to be. Cut to Michael B. Jordan’s Killmonger confronting him about “doing nothing”, then cut to Panther and the Dora Milaje chasing Klaue through a city. T’Challa hits his chest while wearing a business suit and the suit nano-tech covers him in the Panther costume. He attacks Klaue’s car, runs up a wall and midair throws a staff at the ground that the car smashes into. Then we see Killmonger sparring with Panther out of costume with a cut to Jordan’s suit appearing around him like Panthers.

Thor: Ragnarok

Thor is sitting a chair, although his hands are trapped. He’s moving along a psychedelic rail that details him through a history of Sakar and the Grandmaster. Thor is then sold by fellow Asgardian Valkerie, and is thrown in a dungeon area where he’s got a bunch of dead contenders for company. The footage also showed off Waititi’s role in the film, Korg – a giant being made out of rock who failed to start a rebellion against the Grandmaster. We’ve seen one of his kind before, at the start of Thor: The Dark World. Thor is adamant that he’s going to beat the Grandmaster’s champion. The footage cut ahead to him stepping into the arena, getting ready for his fight until Hulk emerges. The tone shifts slightly as Thor begins catching Hulk up on what has been happening since he left Earth: “Everyone has been worried about you, I don’t hang with the Avengers anymore: It all got too corporate.”

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