Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania full movie HD

 Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania full movie HD



  • Paul Rudd as Scott Lang / Ant-Man:
    An Avenger and former petty criminal with a suit that allows him to shrink or grow in scale while increasing in strength.[9] After the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), Scott has become a well-known celebrity to the public, as well as the author of an autobiographical book titled Look Out for the Little Guy, which tells a different version of how he helped save the universe from Thanos in Endgame.[10][11]
  • Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne / Wasp:
    The daughter of Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne who is handed down a similar suit and the Wasp mantle from her mother.[12] She serves as the head of the Pym van Dyne Foundation, which uses the Pym Particles for humanitarian efforts.[13] Lilly said the film would explore how the character deals with her "fragilities and her vulnerabilities", continuing from how Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) showed how powerful and capable she was.[11]
  • Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror:
    A "time-traveling, multiversal adversary" trapped in the Quantum Realm who needs Pym Particles to get his ship and a device online that would allow him to go anywhere and when in time.[14][15][16] Kang is an alternate-timeline variant of the character He Who Remains, the creator of the Time Variance Authority (TVA), who was introduced in the finale of first season of Loki (2021).[14] Kang was described by Loki season one head writer Michael Waldron as the "next big cross-movie villain" for the MCU,[14] while Quantumania writer Jeff Loveness described Kang as a "top-tier, A-list Avengers villain".[17] Majors said Kang is different from He Who Remains, who is not in Quantumania, with a shifted psychology, portraying Kang differently from He Who Remains due to the different characters surrounding him and transitioning from a series to a film.[18] He was attracted to Kang's "character and dimensions" and the potential that presented to him as an actor, noting Kang would be a different type of villain to the MCU than Erik Killmonger and Thanos were,[19] as well as the possibility of playing a complex villain about whom everyone has to be careful, akin to Iago in William Shakespeare's tragedy Othello.[20] Loveness wanted to focus on Kang as a human being by exploring his humanity and vulnerability as a "very lonely" character before he reaches "apocalyptic, Avengers-scale heights". He contrasted this to Thanos by not creating him entirely from computer-generated imagery, and said Kang would be "Thanos on an exponential level".[17] He also said that because the concept of time travel had already been explored in Endgame, he had to broaden his approach to Kang to focus more on the multiverse, his dimensionality, and his "limitless freedom" from his time, and how different versions of the character would destroy it and make it their own.[21] Loveness researched the different versions of Kang from the comics such as Rama-Tut and the Scarlet Centurion and described him as an "infinite snake eating infinite tails" in being "a man literally at war against himself".[22] Director Peyton Reed likened the character to Alexander the Great as a reference point for Majors,[16] who also found inspiration in Genghis Khan and Julius Caesar. Majors said that Kang would be the "supervillain of supervillains" and looked to contrast Tony Stark / Iron Man, who he called the "superhero of superheroes".[23] Majors added 10 pounds (4.5 kg) of muscle for the role, focusing on strength and conditioning training.[19] Reed said Quantumania would show a "different flavor" of Majors' approach to Kang's alternate versions and explained that Kang "has dominion over time", calling him a warrior, strategist, and "all-timer antagonist" compared to the antagonists of the prior Ant-Man films as a "force of nature",[24] one that adds "tonal diversity, real conflict and real friction".[16] Given his work with time, Kang does not live a linear life.[20]
  • Kathryn Newton as Cassie Lang:
    Scott Lang's 18-year-old daughter who acquires a suit similar to her father's.[10][27] She is scientifically inclined, and gains an interest in Pym's old notes and learning more about the science and technology from the Quantum Realm. Reed said that he wanted to further develop the relationship between Cassie and Scott, as it was central to the previous Ant-Man films.[20] The character was previously portrayed as a child by Abby Ryder Fortson in the previous Ant-Man films and as a teenager by Emma Fuhrmann in Endgame.[28]
  • David Dastmalchian as Veb: A slime-like creature that lives in the Quantum Realm whose ooze can make anyone understand Quantum Realm language. Dastmalchian previously portrayed Kurt in the first two Ant-Man films.[29]
  • Katy O'Brian as Jentorra:
    The human-shaped leader of the Freedom Fighters rebelling against Kang's oppression of the communities in the Quantum Realm.[30][31] O'Brian auditioned for the role, despite previously working with Reed on the Star Wars series The Mandalorian, and originally believed she was auditioning for The Marvels (2023). Despite the character appearing in the comics, O'Brian was encouraged to create the character as she chose.[32] O'Brian previously appeared as Kimball in the Marvel Television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[33]
  • William Jackson Harper as Quaz: A humanoid telepath who lives in the Quantum Realm.[30]
  • Bill Murray as Lord Krylar:
    The human-shaped governor of the lavish Axia community in the Quantum Realm,[34] who has a history with Janet van Dyne in the Quantum Realm.[35][36] Reed believed Murray's character represented a person's past "always find[ing] a way to show up again" and the film's theme of secrets between family members and how they are each affected by them.[20]
  • Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet Van Dyne / Wasp: Pym's wife, Hope's mother, and the original Wasp, who was lost in the Quantum Realm for 30 years.[37]
  • Corey Stoll as Darren Cross / M.O.D.O.K.:
    Pym's former protégé who was shrunken to subatomic size in the Quantum Realm during the events of Ant-Man (2015) and became a mutated, cybernetically enhanced individual with an oversized head known as M.O.D.O.K.[38][10][39] Loveness described the character as a cross between Kevin Kline's Otto West from A Fish Called Wanda (1988) and Frank Grimes from The Simpsons season eight episode "Homer's Enemy" (1997). Loveness felt M.O.D.O.K. to be his favorite character in the film because they put a "little extra" on him, and said M.O.D.O.K.'s ego would be crumbled throughout the film whenever he is challenged, but like Otto West, easily kills as a "real loose cannon".[40]
  • Michael Douglas as Dr. Hank Pym / Ant-Man:
    A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, entomologist, and physicist who became the original Ant-Man after creating the suit.[12] In the film, Pym was written to be more "relaxed" than in previous MCU appearances, as he is more focused on reacquainting with Janet than his work. As a result, Broussard described Pym as "a little more sure of himself" and "not looking around every corner". Loveness believed that Pym's fascination with ants, a trait only comically referenced previously, was a critical hallmark of the character, and thus decided to expand on it in the film. Broussard felt the expansion was "a weird thing ... but also awesome ... a bit of an acknowledgment of ... a weird obsession for this guy who's totally owned it."[41]

Additionally, Randall Park briefly reprises his role as FBI agent Jimmy Woo from previous MCU media,[42] along with Gregg Turkington as Baskin-Robbins store manager Dale from Ant-Man.[43] Ruben Rabasa appears as a coffee shop attendant who mistakes Ant-Man for Spider-Man.[35] A man asking Lang for a picture with his dog is played by Mark Oliver Everett, frontman of the rock band Eels, whose father was quantum physicist Hugh Everett III and the originator of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum theory.[44] Roger Craig Smith and Matthew Wood voice the Quantumnauts, the foot soldiers of Kang.[45] The film's post-credits scene features uncredited cameo appearances by Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson, reprising their respective roles as Loki and Mobius M. Mobius from Loki.[25]


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