It feels like there’s been a lot of talk about Marvel’s upcoming film, Ant-Man, but we haven’t gotten the best view at what the film has to offer. Remember, the first teaser they gave us was a micro-sized, 18-second snippet.
Today, Marvel felt pity for us mere mortals and released the official first trailer (coming in at almost two and a half minutes). In it, we get to see not only Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang and his alter-ego Ant-Man, but we also get introduced to Michael Douglas’ Dr. Hank Pym, Evangeline Lilly’s Hope Van Dyne, and Corey Stoll’s Darren Cross and his alter-ego Yellowjacket.
Not only are we able to see all the action that a Marvel superhero film typically offers, we were also able to see the humorous side, like when Lang tells Pym his days of breaking in and stealing stuff are behind him, but Pym tells him he needs to break into a place and steal stuff.
Anyway, check out the trailer below which also feature some really cute ants spinning a penny (never though we’d say that).
Ant-Man hit theaters on July 17.
Yesterday, we posted up the trailer for the highly anticipated follow-up to last year’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Today, we have had the pleasure of showing you a reaction video featuring some of the cast responding to the reactions that some fans had during the first viewing of the new film’s trailer.
The original clip features two girls viewing the two minute clip for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug which hit the internet yesterday afternoon. One of the two girls says, “I’m breaking into a sweat” before clicking the ‘play’ button on her internet browser leading her into the world Peter Jackson has created.
Upon finding the video of the duo getting beyond excited for the clip, Jackson posted it on his Facebook with the caption, “This is pretty cute.”
But just when you though the “cuteness” stopped there, Jackson posted a sequel to the girls’ video which feature three of the film’s stars, Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lilly and Lee Pace, dressed in their characters’ attire from the set of the third film, reacting to the fans’ reactions.
“That is an elfin stare if ever I’ve seen one,” says Bloom, while Lilly observes the original clip, “This might be more intense than the trailer.”
The video of the casts’ reaction and the original video can be seen below: