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Following an ant-sized teaser poster for their new superhero flick Ant-Man, Marvel this week unveiled Paul Rudd in full glory as the titular character, exclusively to Entertainment Weekly. The issue, out this week, promises a set-visit and exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of the much-anticipated film.
And that’s not all the news, during the premiere of Marvel’s Agent Carter last night, Marvel unveiled the first teaser for the movie (which you can watch here). Thankfully not leaked before its premiere at the tail-end of Agent Carter‘s two-hour premiere, the teaser provides more than a few glimpses into the tone, setting and look of the film as a whole, with a few shots of Rudd’s Scott Lang rocking his shrinking abilities.
Though many still bemoan the egress of Edgar Wright from the project, and many took to Twitter to negatively dissect the film’s under-two-minute teaser (even causing it to trend nationally for a while), it’s easy to forget that Marvel’s brought on dark horse directors before and created what are now fan-favorites. The Russo Bros. with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and even James Gunn with Guardians of the Galaxy, to a certain extent.
Excited or not, Marvel’s Ant-Man crawls into theaters July 17.