The main challenge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which keeps its films all connected to each other, is to make these snaps with cohesion. After The Avengers: Infinity War, which hits theaters later this month, we’ll have Ant-Man and the Wasp in July, but we don’t know how the second will work after the first part of Earth’s biggest battle. Joe and Anthony Russo, direct from the Infinite War, answer:
“The Civil War has a big impact on everything that followed. In this film, there are characters who are on the wrong side of the US government, so the public will be able to see how everyone reacted on the wrong side and what decisions were made that allowed them move forward in their lives. “
The events of this new film are closely linked to Captain America: Civil War (2016), and we know that Ant-Man and the Wasp still deal with its consequences. In the trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp, Scott Lang wears a house arrest bracelet, indicating that he has chosen to suffer the legal consequences so that he could be in his daughter’s life. This may represent some difficulty in the fight with the new guitar.
Captain America and Black Widow were in Wakanda, and that’s probably why we still haven’t seen anything about the fugitive Hawkeye that might lead him to assume Ronin’s identity in order to keep his family safe. We also don’t know how the consequences of the Civil War will affect the fight against Thanos, but according to CinemaBlend, “it is possible that the bitterness of that rift will affect the heroes’ ability to agree with each other and put a truly united front against the Mad Titan. . “
With so many traces of Civil War still buzzing, The Avengers: Infinity War will hit theaters next week, on April 26, while Ant-Man and Wasp arrive on July 6. Watch the trailers below: