Principal photography has wrapped on Ant-Man and The Wasp, giving director Peyton Reed around 7-8 months to have the film ready for its July 6, 2018 release date. Details about the plot of the film have been scarce (though we managed to score a few), but new set photos from the film’s final day shoot in Hawaii reveal just a little more. If you’re even kind of spoiler sensitive, it’s best you don’t continue on; instead, bask in the glory that is Paul Rudd.
The new photos, seen below, show stars Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer casually strolling a beach in Hawaii. Though we don’t really consider it spoilery (did you really think Janet wasn’t coming back), it is worth noting that these pictures seem to indicate that they are taking place in the present day, meaning the film will resolve one of the major plot points left open in the first film. This scene is apparently AFTER Janet’s return from the Quantum Realm.
Seeing Hank and Janet reunited makes it seem like most of the major plot points that revolve around Pym will be tied up by the end of the film. He’s fostering a healthy relationship with his daughter and has his wife back; this feels an awful lot like Hank and Jan riding off into the sunset. So, will we see the original Ant-Man and The Wasp suit up again in Avengers 4, or have we seen the last of Pym and van Dyne? Time will tell, but given the scope of Avengers: Infinity War and its sequel, it seem like they might have one last job to do.