Ant-Man and The Wasp just enjoyed it’s opening weekend surprising fans by opening this small corner of the Marvel universe. Both the sequel and the first Ant-Man were intimate films compared to others in the MCU slate. One common Marvel criticism it did include was that of the one off villain. When called out on that aspect, director Peyton Reed had an interesting revelation to share.
Sitting down with ScreenJunkies, director Peyton Reed did a retrospective on his movie and the site’s Honest Trailer of the film. Near the end, when the credits humorously named Yellowjacket “Disposable Marvel Villain #9”, Reed had to interject. He said he is “not comfortable with that assumption” that Darren Cross is dead. He hypothesizes that “he could be somewhere down in that Quantum Realm.” Whether this could be part of his future plans or him just keeping the door open remains to be seen. The Ant-Man films have always had their own style, so perhaps if a third movie is made it will buck the trend and bring back an previous villain. Would you like to see Yellowjacket return in the future? Tweet us @superbromovies – Cole
Ant-Man and the Wasp is directed by Peyton Reed and stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglass, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Laurence Fishburne.