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18 Shrink And You'll Miss Them Details From 'Ant-Man And The Wasp'

September 17, 2020 1.4k votes 224 voters 42.8k views18 items

List RulesVote up the details you missed in 'Ant-Man and the Wasp.'

Immediately following the blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, Peyton Reed's Ant-Man and The Wasp is the highly underrated sequel to his first MCU outing, Ant-Man. Taking place concurrently with Infinity War, Ant-Man and The Wasp sets up a copious amount of ground for the future of the MCU to build upon, even after Avengers: Endgame. From subatomic details in the Quantum Realm to getting audiences acquainted with soon-to-be Young Avenger Cassie Lang (AKA Stature), Ant-Man and the Wasp is filled with tiny details that really make this film worth the rewatch as soon as possible.

Did you catch these details the first time around? Vote up the details you missed when you first watched Ant-Man and The Wasp!

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    Hank Pym Has Some Creative Energy Solutions

    While comic book movies will traditionally have a little wobbly wobbly science, Redditor u/sbtrey23 noticed how Hank and Hope power their portable laboratory (in the most improbable of ways):

    In Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), the lab is portable and therefore can’t be connected to a main power grid. Since they needed portable energy, you can see in the background that they used enlarged Duracell batteries to power the lab.

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    Hank Pym And Janet van Dyne Took Some Creative License In Their Lab's Construction

    If there's one thing that can both stand the test of time in terms of durability and inflict a massive amount of pain if stepped on, it's Lego. From Redditor u/Naweezy:

    In Ant-Man and the Wasp, Hank Pym’s new lab is built out of blown up Lego panels.

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    Twitter And David Tennant Suggested A Book For Scott Lang

    If there's one great side effect from having an interconnected cinematic universe, it's the fringe interviews that wind up influencing other properties. This tidbit from Redditor u/Olibotactually touches on just that:

    In a Marvel interview, David Tennant said he thought Ant-Man would cry at the book The Fault In Our Stars. In Ant Man and The Wasp (2018), Scott is seen crying whilst reading it near the film's beginning.

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    The Microverse Might Be Canon

    When Hank Pym goes into the Quantum Realm to rescue Hope, you can see a city enclosed in a bubble. Redditor u/Slogfarts states:

    It looked like the Royal City from the Microverse's Homeworld, as seen in the upper left-hand corner of this image.

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