The new "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" trailer has been released, and fans are eager to see what's in store for the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The trailer features a lot of new footage, including a deeper look at Kang the Conqueror, one of the main antagonists of the film.
The trailer opens with Scott Lang, the titular Ant-Man, meeting Kang for the first time. Kang is trying to convince Scott to help him steal something that will help him complete his time platform, as he is currently stuck in the quantum realm.
In order to do that, Kang holds Cassie Lang, Scott's daughter, hostage. The trailer also shows Cassie in her Stinger gear, and we see Kang in his full comic book uniform, complete with his blue mask. It's worth noting that the blue face from the comics is explained as just part of his mask, but when Kang's mask goes away briefly, his eyes stay blue briefly, revealing the blue energy that he's giving off.
Kang's technology is based on quantum energy, just like the TVA's portals, which is the same technology that Pym particles are made of, that were used in "Avengers: Endgame" to do their big time heist. Scott figures out what's going on with Kang pretty quickly and flat out tells him, "Unless you help me, I will basically end all of your existence." This ties into the larger Avengers 5: Kang Dynasty and the Loki series with the timelines talk.
Kang has the ability to change the timeline, alter the past and future, and erase timelines.
The trailer also shows a celebration where hope van Dyna, starts to use Pym particles to cure world hunger. They are celebrating as she is literally growing food to help with world hunger.
In this scene, Scott tries to make himself seem big and important, saying, "I'm an Avenger you should watch out for me." But Kang's response is, "Oh you're an Avenger, have I killed you before?" This is a reference to the Kane Multiverse War, where Kang faced many versions of the Avengers and killed all of them.
Another scene shows Scott Lang falling into the quantum realm and landing for the first time. It seems like when Kang starts talking about losing time, he's referencing the time that he's lost because he's been stuck in the quantum realm, where time moves differently.
This is also why Scott whips out his phone and shows the picture of the young Cassie, as he missed her growing up. Overall, the "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" trailer has raised more questions and created mor
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