‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ has 2 end-credit scenes — here’s what they mean for future Marvel movies

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Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”

You know the drill by now, Marvel fans.

When you head out to theaters to see “Ant-Man and the Wasp” make sure to stick around for two extra scenes after the movie ends.

The second scene is mostly a throwaway gag that’s been teased in trailers, but the first one has lasting consequences which will carry over into next year’s “Avengers” sequel.

In case you missed either of them, we have you covered.

This is your last chance to head back before spoilers.

The first end-credits scene

What happens

The scene unfolds on the reunited Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer). The married couple are on a roof prepping an experiment.

“I used to be a respected scientist,” says Hank.

“You wanted a smaller Quantum tunnel. It has flair,” Mrs. Van Dyne reassures him.

The two are staring at a smaller version of the Quantum tunnel they used to get Janet out of the Quantum Realm. It’s sitting in the back of Luis’ (Michael Peña) work van with the doors open.

Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) comes out of the van in the Ant-Man suit. He’s holding a canister and is prepping to go back inside the Quantum Realm.

The Van Dynes, including Hope (Evangeline Lilly), warn not to get sucked into a time vortex.

“We won’t be able to save you,” he’s told.

Scott heads into the tunnel and once he’s transported into the Quantum Realm the Van Dynes tell him they have a read on him. His trip down there is supposed to be a quick test and he’s supposed to come right back.

As the camera is focused on Ant-Man, the Van Dynes are prepping to bring him back.

“Preparing for re-entry in …”

The voice gets cut off. Scott thinks it’s a joke. (Mr. Van Dyne likes to pull his leg after all.)

The scene cuts to the family of three who have disappeared. All that’s left of them are brown specs floating in the wind.

What it means: It’s not looking good for Scott.

Let’s start with the most obvious before we get to the bigger implications of that small scene. The end of “Ant-Man and the Wasp” catches up to the events of the end of “Avengers: Infinity War.” If you need a refresher, villain Thanos collected all six of the Infinity stones, joined them together in a gauntlet, and then rid of half the galaxy’s …read more

Source:: Business Insider

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