As the most recent superhero to grace the big screen, Ant-Man and the Wasp are proving to be quite the hit. Based on the Marvel Comics series, it takes the young teenaged scientist Scott Lang a very specific role in his personal life, but he doesn't mind because of his understanding of the importance of superheroes and what they mean to the world. For many, the movie has been the first time they have been inspired to learn more about these movies, and for others, it has been a romanticized version of a movie they saw many times before, namely in the Spider-Man series.
Fans of the series have been eagerly awaiting this release, as it was initially reported that a couple of weeks after the first Spider-Man movie, there would be a new one. The characters are very similar, and if you haven't seen the first one, you probably don't understand how huge a difference it makes. But before we get into the new Ant-Man and the Wasp, we need to take a look at the series in general. It is an original story based around a college student who becomes a superhero and fights crime for money.
Although it seems quite natural that this kind of hero and his origin story will be followed, the movie as a whole makes it interesting because it was an independent film that took many years to create and produce. The long development process started with a pitch that went through several writers before being delivered to the studio. This had to do with the fact that it wasn't just one idea or the other; several different concepts were involved.
It took two different directors to make the movie into what we see today. Edgar Wright, the creator of Shaun of the Dead, was given the task of creating a dramatic take on this story. He did a great job and managed to bring out aspects of both comic books and movies that are often thought of as being completely different.
In fact, the movie is so different from the comic that many people aren't sure what to expect from it, and that is the point of the movie. The original Ant-Man wasn't just designed to be a one-shot joke, but it became something that many fans wanted to see continue. Therefore, the creation of the character was done by keeping in mind some of the things that were important to him and giving it its own personality.
With regards to the movie itself, it is quite entertaining as well. The comic book series wasn't the only popular material, as Wright also used elements from the Wrecking Crew, the fictional superhero team in the Spider-Man comics. This can be seen in the ending sequence where there is a moment where they run through a set of buildings, a common action in Spider-Man, as well as the cameo from the movie.
The movie has received praise from critics as well, even though the biggest criticism seems to come from the audience itself. Ant-Man and the Wasp is well-made, and makes use of the latest technology for its visuals and sound. In addition, there are the witty bits that show some of the comic book characters' trademark humor. This is one of the best movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and proves that their film or comic books are much better than any other.
Overall, it seems that the movie did exactly what it needed to, as it succeeds at what it set out to do: tell a gripping story about a young man dealing with what he sees as a dire situation. While it isn't much of a superhero movie, it still manages to stick with most audiences and enthrall them with its boldness and design. It isn't only worth checking out, but if you haven't already seen it, then you might want to go check it out right away.