Marvel fans have eagerly awaited the arrival of the next installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and the upcoming release of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” has already created a buzz. In the meantime, fans can indulge in the first two “Ant-Man” movies and the “Ant-Man” animated series by tuning in to Disney+.
This streaming platform has become a popular hub for the Marvel franchise, offering fans an opportunity to catch up on their favorite movies and shows. If you’re wondering when “Ant-Man” will be available to stream on Disney+, keep reading to find out more about the anticipated release date.
Antman Disney Plus Release Date: Quantumania Streaming Options
So Ant-Man 3 is now available for rent on Google Play, RedBox, and Amazon Prime. You may rent Ant-Man 3 for $19.99 if you don’t want to wait for it to be available on Disney+. It’s like going to the movies without really going. There was only a digital release on April 18. The Blu-ray and 4K versions of the film are anticipated to be released in May.
It doesn’t appear that the Disney+ release date is approaching. Typically, a movie would be released after around 60 days. Along with the digital release, Disney Plus also made that release available. In essence, this is a ploy by Disney to get money. It is not surprising to see Disney take this tack after Ant-Man was seen as a failure by critics and at the box office.
GotG 3 and Secret Invasion are two future movies for the MCU. In theaters, the first week of May will be Guardians. Six episodes of Secret Invasion are scheduled to air on June 21. This summer should also see the release of Loki Season 2. Perhaps that is delayed until perhaps in early September, closer to the fall.
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Ant-man and the Wasp: Quantumania: Stream It or Skip It?
The subatomic Quantum Realm. You know, the place where Michelle Pfeiffer’s character Janet van Dyne, wife of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and mother of Hope/the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), was trapped for 30 years. Anyway, Janet wanders the weirdscape and meets, befriends, and fights monsters with Kang (Majors), who seems like a nice guy at first because she doesn’t know he’s a multidimensional genocidal maniac who’s killed entire timelines of life in the multiverse.
We’ll learn that she broke Kang’s doohickey, not that one, but a different one that’s not attached, trapping him in the Quantum Realm and enslaving its inhabitants.
Janet’s gone. Back on Earth, Scott Lang (Rudd) promotes his silly memoir, Look Out for the Little Guy, using his celebrity-Avenger status. His daughter Cassie (Kathryn Newton), a social activist teen, is inspired by him. Janet won’t tell about what happened in the Quantum Realm at dinner with Janet, Hank, and Hope.
Can someone call Dr. Melfi? Before Scott can get all parents and object to such dangerous things, kerfloosh, they’re all sucked into the Quantum Realm because someone apparently pressed the wrong thingamajig. Do you hate that? Do it! From here on out, the movie is simply a CGI version of the Star Wars cantina scene, which was amazing because it was lots of interesting and colorful aliens and didn’t wear us out by being 100 minutes long.
Our five principals land separately. Scott and Cassie meet Jentorra (Katy O’Brian, from The Mandalorian), a rebel leader. Krylar (Bill Murray), Janet’s apparent ex-boyfriend, tells Janet, Hank, and Hope about the terrible things that have happened since she returned home. Since Janet destroyed Kang’s doohickey with reverse-shrink-o tech, Hank’s shrink-o tech is just what he needs to fix it. Kang will get it—preferably the shrink-o tech—but everybody invested in this blither hopes he gets it before he does.