Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer teases things don’t always go swimmingly for our heroes


An international trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp shows that Hank Pym’s technologies aren’t always so perfect. Either that or Scott totally wrecked his suit.

Most of the times, Marvel heroes have a pretty flawless time getting around and kicking butt. Other times, it’s not always that simple and things can go pretty wrong, pretty quick.

The latest international trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp gives us a look at what happens when you get stuck in the middle (quite literally). While we get most of the same epic footage seeing Scott Lang as Ant-Man team up with Hope van Dyne as the Wasp, the new footage pokes some fun at the two when things go wrong.

Toward the end of the trailer, Scott shrinks down to a smaller-than-child-sized height. Not that he wanted to in the first place, since he looks pretty annoyed. He tries to click back to his regular size, but to no avail. Then in the next cut, we see Scott looking like an excited child leaving a school.

Maybe his new tiny-tot size will help them with a mission? (Or maybe they’re just discretely checking in on Scott’s daughter during a long day at school.)

You can check out the new scenes in the international trailer below:

A lot still remains to be known about Ant-Man as we near closer to the release date. Mainly, many have been wanting to know where Ant-Man was during the events of Infinity WarScott was brought in by Team Cap during Captain America: Civil War, so it doesn’t make sense that he would just sit this battle out.

Though they do mention in the trailers if Hope would have joined Ant-Man during the Civil War battle if she could, the trailers have done nothing to mention anything about Infinity War. More than likely, that won’t be addressed until the end of the movie — possibly even a post-credits scene.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp will be out in theaters July 6. If everything goes right, Scott won’t have to spend the whole movie the size of a child, because we know we’ve still got that 65-foot Giant-Man Scott to look forward to!