Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world. Marvel’s ANT-MAN is scheduled for July 17, 2015.
Update October 16, 2015
Marvel’s ANT-MAN available on Digital HD November 17th and Blu-ray December 8th, includes never-before-seen deleted scenes, making-of featurettes, gag reel and audio commentary.
Marvel, the Studio who brought you “The Avengers,” now brings to life one of the original Avengers — Marvel’s ANT-MAN. Bring home the epic heist as Ant-Man embraces his inner hero and harnesses the unique ability to shrink in scale to save not only the world, but his daughter.
Update July 19, 2015
Printable activity pack for Marvel’s ANT-MAN with coloring sheets, matching game, ANT-MAN mask, and much more. Click on the link below to open the pack in a separate tab, but be patient, the file is large and may take a few seconds to load.
Update July 17, 2015
Click here for Mark Oguschewitz’s spoiler-free ANT-MAN review – one of best films in the Marvel Universe.
Update July 15, 2015
Click here to read how the cast and crew of Marvel’s ANT-MAN discuss making of the film, and how, at its core, the story is a father/daughter tale, by Mark Oguschewitz.
Update July 2, 2015
In anticipation of the release of Marvel’s ANT-MAN in theaters July 17, 2015, Paul Rudd received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, July 1st, in front of Hollywood Boulevard’s El Capitan Theater. His ANT-MAN Director Peyton Reed and co-star Michael Douglas were both on hand for the celebration.
Update June 15, 2015
Marvel’s banking on the fact that if you’re a fan of AVENGERS, you’ll trust them to see Marvel’s ANT-MAN. Check out the new ANT-MAN posters with the not-too subtle reference to THE AVENGERS. No shield? No hammer? No armor? No problem…
Update June 4, 2015
First television spot released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN shows off the suit and humor.
Update May 29, 2015
Alternate poster released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN. I’m not sure what I like more the fact that Ant-Man dodges bullets, or the Ant-Man saddle on the flying ant. It’s gotta be the saddle…
Update May 6, 2015
Full poster released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN, and Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is standing tall.
Update April 13, 2015
First, full trailer released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN, watch Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) train ants and battle Yellowjacket (Corey Stoll).
Update January 14, 2015
Additional concept art, stills, and behind-the-scenes images released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN, including our best look at chief villain “Yellowjacket” played by Corey Stoll.
Update January 6, 2015
First poster released for Marvel’s ANT-MAN, and teaser trailer debuted during “Marvel’s Agent Carter” television series premiere.
Update August 19, 2014
Marvel announced the start of production for ANT-MAN, with principal photography beginning in San Francisco, California. They also shared this first look at Paul Rudd as ANT-MAN.
Marvel Studios began principal photography today in San Francisco, California, on its newest Super Hero franchise Marvel’s “Ant-Man.” The film brings one of Marvel comics’ original founding members of The Avengers into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The production also shoots on location in Atlanta, Georgia, which serves as the base for the film’s production.
Set for release in the United States on July 17, 2015, the film is directed by Peyton Reed (“Bring it On,” “The Break-Up”) and stars Paul Rudd (“I Love You Man,” “Role Models”) as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man, and Michael Douglas (“Behind The Candelabra,” “Wall Street”) as his mentor Dr. Hank Pym and Evangeline Lilly (“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” “Lost”) as Hope Van Dyne, daughter of Hank Pym.
The film also includes outstanding additional cast including Corey Stoll (“House of Cards,” “The Bourne Legacy”), Bobby Cannavale (“Danny Collins,” “Annie,” “HBO’s “The Long Play”), Michael Peña (“End of Watch,” “American Hustle”), Abby Ryder Fortson (“Togetherness”), Judy Greer (“13 Going on 30,” “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”), David Dastmalchian (“The Dark Knight,” “Prisoners”), Wood Harris (“Remember the Titans,” “The Wire”), John Slattery (“Mad Men,” Marvel’s “Iron Man 2”) and Gregg Turkington (“The Comedy,” “On Cinema”) and multi-hyphenate T.I. (“American Gangster,” “Takers”).
Marvel’s “Ant-Man” is produced by Marvel Studios’ president, Kevin Feige, with Louis D’Esposito, Alan Fine, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo and Stan Lee serving as executive producers.
Director Peyton Reed’s creative team also includes Oscar winning cinematographer Russell Carpenter (“Titanic,” “21”), production designer Sheppard Frankel (“Identity Thief,” “Horrible Bosses”) costume designer Sammy Sheldon Differ (“X-Men: First Class,” “Kick Ass”), visual effects supervisor Jake Morrison (Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World,” “The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers”), stunt coordinator Jeff Habberstad (Marvel’s “Iron Man 3,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past”) and six-time Oscar nominee, special effects supervisor Dan Sudik (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Marvel’s The Avengers”). The editors include Dan Lebental, ACE (Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World,” Marvel’s “Iron Man”) and Colby Parker Jr. (“Lone Survivor,” “Hancock”).
Original post from July 27, 2014 follows below…
Exclusive Ant-Man concept art was released at San Diego Comic Con 2014 featuring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.
Also at San Diego Comic Con 2014 it was announced that Evangeline Lilly will play Hope Pym (also Hope Van Dyne), the daughter of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), and the female lead for the film. Corey Stoll portrays Darren Cross, a.k.a. Yellowjacket, the antagonist. Darren Cross was mentored by Dr. Hank Pym until the relationship went awry.
Early conceptual test stills for Marvel’s ANT-MAN.
Marvel’s ANT-MAN has had an uncharacteristic rocky road. Originally announced during the 2013 San Diego Comic Con directed by Edgar Wright. Marvel Studios cut ties with Edgar Wright in May 2014 dismissing the director over artistic differences. Peyton Reed was brought on to direct the film with Adam McKay hired to re-write the script.