Thrilling and hilarious though it may be, Ant Man and The Wasp's ending left quite a few unanswered questions. Many expected the sequel to explain the connection between Ant-Man and Avengers 4. After all, the second Ant-Man is one of only two films between Avengers: Infinity War and its anticipated sequel. Fans are champing at the bit for any information as to what happened after the infamous snap, and Ant-Man and the Wasp felt like the perfect opportunity to gain a little insight. If nothing else, maybe we could learn where Scott Lang and Clint Barton (Hawkeye) were that whole time.
Unfortunately, while some questions may have been answered, there are quite a few glaring omissions. Due to the madness associated with the Quantum Realm, it's hard to take any developments at face value. From Janet's powers to Sonny Burch's employers, there are several unanswered questions that stumped audiences.
Who Did Sonny Burch Work For? Who Was His Buyer?
Sonny Burch is little more than a middle man. He purchases technology for somebody higher on the criminal food chain, and he resells that same technology to specific buyers. But who are those big ticket customers, and who does he work for? Sonny may have received his just deserts, but the actual people making the deals are still at large. Could he have been working for H.A.M.M.E.R. or maybe some sort of surviving H.Y.D.R.A. off-shoot?Does the audience deserve to know this?
Will Bill Foster Ever Become Goliath Again?
Hank Pym and Bill Foster were evidently co-workers at some point. During their operation, Bill Foster utilized their technology to become "Goliath" who is basically the equivalent of Scott when he becomes large. Foster never takes up the mantle during Ant-Man and the Wasp, but as far as we know he survives the snap. Could he don the Goliath suit once again to help defeat Thanos? Possibly even in a flashback?Does the audience deserve to know this?
Who Did Ghost Really Work For?
If we take the second Ant-Man film at its word, Ghost was turned into a super assassin by S.H.I.E.L.D.. Of course, S.H.I.E.L.D. is no longer a thing and Ghost's body is decaying as a result of her Quantum illness.
In Captain America: Winter Soldier, however, we learned that massive amounts of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents were actually working for H.Y.D.R.A.. When S.H.I.E.L.D. fell, what side did Ghost land on? She is a tragic figure in Ant-Man and the Wasp, but could it all be a ruse?Does the audience deserve to know this?
Why Didn't Ant-Man Help Out In 'Infinity War'?
From the beginning, Ant-Man and the Wasp clearly takes place before Avengers: Infinity War. This is a simple leap for audiences to make, seeing as there aren't people running through the streets screaming and dissipating into ash. And, in fact, the reason we didn't see Ant-Man during Infinity War was supposed to be because he was off doing his own thing.
Except the mid-credits reveal shows that while the rest of the Avengers were fighting an alien invasion, Ant-Man was merely conducting science experiments. Hope, Hank, and Janet all disappear following Thanos's snap, leaving Scott trapped in the Quantum Realm, but it's not like the fight with Thanos started with the snap. That was a good bit of time after the fighting began, which again raises the question: Why in the world didn't Scott and the team help out?Does the audience deserve to know this?