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Ant-Man pictures are here, see them while you can

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Footage for the Ant-Man film was shown at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con and we’ve all been anxiously awaiting some more media to feed our anticipation for the next Marvel film. The footage to the left, while not drop-dead amazing, was intriguing enough to capture my attention and make me want some more media to drool over. Edgar Wright posted some photos to his Twitter account Wednesday. The photos included the one pictured above and the other below along with the added quote referring to the Ant-Man film that is in production.

 

Now I’m back in LA, it’s high time to finish a little something I’ve been working on…

 

 

Nothing too revealing but it still gets me a little more excited for the film. Based off the villain and timeline for Avengers 2, we don’t have many expectations for where the Ant-Man plot will go. Marvel films have had a pretty good track record with their Phase One and Phase Two tie-ins, so I’m expecting an adequate amount of entertainment despite the current unknowns.

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