Is There an 'Ant-Man & The Wasp' End Credits Scene?

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Turns out, a decent downsize was the ideal supply of counter-programming as the sequel is a breezy and hilarious good time.

Still, in a more recent interview with ComicBook.com, Reed opened up about the fact that he did plant some seeds in Ant-Man and The Wasp for not only a potential third film but also the upcoming Avengers 4. But will say it happens simultaneously with the events that occur at the end of "Infinity War". Let us know in the comment section below!

Avengers: Infinity War, of course, ends with Thanos collecting all of the Infinity Stones and initiating the Snap - turning half of humanity to dust. This is probably significant for Avengers 4. Janet van Dyne (Hank Pym's wife, Hope's mom), Hank Pym, Hope and Scott (Ant-Man) are outside in parking lot prepping Scott to go into a smaller version of a Quantum tunnel (which allows him to enter the Quantum realm and come back).

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Director Peyton Reed told TheWrap that in figuring out what the Quantum Realm could be and where it could lead, he realized the possibilities were endless. Specifically, the Battle of NY from 2012's original Avengers film has been mentioned as a set piece for Avengers 4.

We find out during the movie that Scott Lang (a.k.a. Ant-Man, played by Paul Rudd) was under house arrest following his violation of the Sokovia Accords in Captain America: Civil War. And, as such, it appears as though the ending of Ant-Man and The Wasp might have hit a bit of a snag in the overall timeline of the MCU. Jude Law will be portraying Mar-Vell, an alien with special abilities and a member of the Kree empire, which we've previously glimpsed in the MCU (Ronan from Guardians of the Galaxy).

The best part of this film, and the MCU as a whole is that because of the way the universe is structured, we can jump straight into character development and action without the need for exposition-heavy scenes. They've taken their lab-sized bridge to the Quantum Realm and either totally rebuilt it or just conveniently shrunk it down with Pym Particles to fit in the back of a van, and now, Scott's about to make the jump. The audience watches Hope, Hank and Janet float away. It has drawn comparisons to the Dark Dimension seen in Doctor Strange as separate realms in the Multiverse, different chapters of the same book.

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