The Marvel Cinematic Universe has had issues for years with how, exactly, its timeline fits together, which is a natural issue when you're mixing together the continuity of over a dozen films into one cohesive timeline. DC's latest Superman films were so dark and somber that they are a punchline in the genre - a relative nightmare for Marvel's greatest competitor - and the rousing success of "Wonder Woman" has thus far not been enough to completely undo those miscues.
Ant-Man and The Wasp was a lighthearted and self-contained adventure until disaster struck in its post-credits scenes, something director Peyton Reed tells ComicBook.com he is quite proud of.
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Under the deal offered, rebels would hand over medium and heavy weapons and Syrian state institutions would resume work. A week ago the worldwide organisation said that 160,000 people had been displaced.
Still, in a more recent interview with ComicBook.com, Reed opened up about the fact that he did plant some seeds in Ant-Man and The Wasp for not only a potential third film but also the upcoming Avengers 4. Since they are under house arrest, they can not participate in the fight in Infinity War. But because Scott survived his trip there, Hank and his daughter Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), the new Wasp, become convinced Janet might still be alive in the dimension. They manage to save her in precisely three days.
"I directed all the post-credits scenes and it came about fairly early on".
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In a short statement, he said on Instagram: "Thank you Northeast Ohio for an incredible four seasons". "This will always be home". The power forward shot 45.8% from the field, and served as a nice complement to the all-around playing style of LeBron James .
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Infinity War. This is where the tricky part comes in. Now we know why. At one point, Scott hears silence from his allies, leaving him trapped in the Quantum Realm. The Pyms sent Scott Lang back into the Quantum Realm on a mission of mercy, but while he was gone, the Snap occurred and wiped out the Pym family.
Of course, there's also a fail-safe in the form of a character we meet in the movie, Bill Foster (Laurence Fishburne), so Scott might just get yanked out and run off to beat up Thanos on his farm. Here's how we think that might have a major baring on Avengers 4. Scott was warned to avoid any time vortexes in the Quantum Realm, and that seems like a very specific piece of information to drop on the audience. It may even be out of Thanos' reach, or at least his awareness.
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Mike DiSabato, one of the former wrestlers who's come forward with the accusations, has called Jordan a "liar" over his denials . Jordan in an interview Friday. "But at the end of the day, he is absolutely lying if he says he doesn't know what was going on".
According to leaked set photos from Avengers 4 and popular theories, it's possible that there will be some time-trickery going on in the highly anticipated sequel.
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