Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (60%) hit theaters more than two weeks ago and quickly became the most watched. Although the box office fell precipitously a few days ago, it remains a highly commented topic on social networks. It’s no secret that many fans hated the ending of the movie, including critics, which is why Jeff Loveness shares some statements about the situation, assuring that he is very proud of the script he wrote for the film and the conclusion that the film received. Scott Lang’s character played by Paul Rudd. Spoilers below.
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Quantumania puts Ant-Man and the Wasp in new trouble. They travel to the Quantum Realm to discover a little more of its secrets and face Kang Prime, one of the variants of the famous villain that promises to become a bigger problem in the following MCU movies. The film ends with the death of Kang and the triumph of its protagonists; the other variants of the antagonist aspire to avenge the death of his brother and Scott himself keeps a secret for himself that could give him new problems in the future.
On social networks, the discontent generated by Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniareaching a point where the ending is being heavily criticized. jeff lovenesswho will also write the script for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (Avengers 5), defends the story of Quantumania for fandom:
I love the ending we landed on. I hear what people are saying, but I feel like if you leave Ant-Man back in the Quantum Realm, that’s exactly what happened at the end of the second movie, and leaving is exactly what happens in Endgame.
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In the same interview, director Peyton Reed shares his thoughts on what was done with the characters in Quantumania, approving the path laid out for Scott, Hope, Cassie, Janet and Hank. It is worth mentioning that the film obtained very negative ratings on specialized film pages, so the divided opinion is surely giving Kevin Feige himself headaches:
Personally, for our heroes, I like the idea that at the beginning of the movie, Scott is literally an open book. He has told his story to the world through his book. And it’s the other family members who keep secrets from him. Janet holds secrets about the Quantum Realm and what life was like for her there. Hope and Hank keep secrets from Scott about what they’ve been doing with Cassie in the basement. Cassie has been keeping secrets from her father about ‘Oh, was she in jail before? That?’ So everyone’s keeping secrets from Scott and then you end up at the end of the movie and everyone’s secrets come out. Except now Scott has a secret. And there’s the question of whether he really has beaten Kang. He seemed like a cool build.
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