Coming off a Golden Globe win last night for Behind the Candelabra, Michael Douglas has somehow already found another role in which he'll shape a young man named Scott in his own, laughably-eccentric image. The actor has officially joined Marvel's Ant-Man, signing on to play scientist and original Ant-Man Hank Pym.
Since early on in development, it's been rumored that both Pym and his successor, burglar-turned-hero Scott Lang, would be involved in Edgar Wright's adaptation. With Paul Rudd already signed on to also play the title role, it's now evident that he'll be playing the superhero's latter incarnation, who inherits the mantle after stealing Pym's technology to shrink down and commit a crime. So that clears that up. Back to wondering whether the main villain will be The Living Eraser.
Goodbye, Celery Man. Hello, Ant-Man. Because according to The Wrap, Paul Rudd has started talks to play the title superhero in Marvel's Ant-Man. The news comes after at least two months of rumor that Rudd and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were competing for the lead in Edgar Wright's su... / Continue →
Good news for Ant-Man fans and microphiliacs: sounds like Marvel's Ant-Man movie is finally getting underway to meet its summer 2015 release. "Now I'm back in LA, it's high time to finish a little something I've been working on," tweeted director Edgar Wright earlier today. Als... / Continue →
A summer already crowded with Superman, Batman, and the entire Avengers team now has another superhero to fit in there. It's fine, though, because he can get really small.
Marvel Studios has announced that they're moving their upcoming Ant-Man up over three months, tossing out... / Continue →