Scott Lang is under house arrest, but he’s making the best of it.
The superhero known as Ant-Man got himself in legal trouble a couple of years ago when he broke international law by helping the Avengers, and he’s been wearing an ankle bracelet ever since.
Instead of fighting crime, he’s now trapped in his own house and doing his best to find entertainment.
Ant-Man is merely days away from his probation ending when he is kidnapped by fellow superhero and friend Hope Van Dyne, also known as the Wasp. She wants his help in finding her superhero mom, who disappeared decades ago when she shrunk herself to the subatomic level while dismantling a nuclear bomb and never came back. Van Dyne and her father assumed she was dead but now believe she may be alive and can be found by going to the “quantum” realm. Will they survive?
Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp (PG-13) opens this weekend as a sequel to 2015’s popular movie Ant-Man. It stars Evangeline Lilly (Ant-Man, The Hobbit series) as Hope Van Dyne/Wasp, Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) as Scott Lang/Ant-Man, Michael Douglas as Hank Pym and Michelle Pfeiffer as Hope’s mom.
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