Closing out Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Peyton Reed's Ant-Man is a highly underrated film that started expanding on the scientific side of Marvel storytelling. This film has everything: Pym Particles, our first look at the Quantum Realm, and the introduction of two of the OG Avengers from the team's first comic book appearance in 1963. Not only that, but Ant-Man's attention to detail is right up there with the best of the franchise when it comes to the subtle and the often overlooked.
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Actor Garrett Morris makes a brief appearance in a scene. Morris was the first person to ever portray Ant-Man in a 1979 'Saturday Night Live' skit called Superhero Party.
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A shot of the symbol Thor left in the grass upon returning to Asgard at the end of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' can be seen when Scott visits the Avengers Campus.
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A picture of the soda company that Bruce Banner worked at and Stan Lee drank appears on a poster next to Scott Lang.
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The front page of the 'San Francisco Chronicle' features an article on Sokovia from the events of 'Age of Ultron.'
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Falcon's scanner is set to zoom by default due to his tendency to fly at higher altitudes. This is how he was able to see Ant-Man when he was right in front of him.
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The address on Scott Lang's 'halfway house' #420 is literally half of his family's house #840.