Michael Douglas was among the unexpected additions to the MCU back when Ant-Man was very first launched in 2015. Now, the arrival of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania marks the Oscar- winning star’s 4th look in the Marvel franchise, and according to the star, he is more than ready to return for a 5th time on one basic condition. While being talked to by The Hollywood Reporter, Douglas was inquired about another possible MCU return and had a really basic and brief response. He stated:
“As long as I can die.”
Douglas appeared at an interview for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania previously in the week, and discussing his time in the MCU, the star kept in mind that it has actually been “a pleasure” to be part of a more family-orientated franchise for a modification. He commented:
“I think the Ant-Man pictures refer to family a lot and it brings a vulnerability to these super-powered characters that we see in a lot of Marvel films. And the sense of humour – it’s really a pleasure. I think it’s the sort of fun element about it, certainly it’s the danger [too]. It seems to relate to all different ages. [For] someone like myself, whose mostly referenced with R-rated movies, this has been a pleasure to have younger kids coming up and enjoying it and seeing what’s going on, so kudos to everyone.”
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Kicks Off Marvel’s Phase 5
The MCU is heading straight into the heart of the Multiverse Saga with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, bringing Kang the Conqueror, the brand-new Big Bad of the franchise, into the video game much earlier than Thanos appeared in any significant kind in theInfinity Saga While there are still a lot more motion pictures to come prior to the catastrophic ending of the Multiverse Saga strikes movie theaters in 2026, there are numerous reasons Ant-Man is going to be among the most crucial MCU installations of the last couple of years.
Jonathan Majors has actually currently made a look as one version of his multiverse-spanning bad guy. He formerly teased precisely how the character is going to be the “biggest, baddest” villain the MCU has actually seen up until now.
“Well, they come down to the Quantum Realm, the Quantum Realm is my current domain. It’s where I am. And as the title says, I’ve conquered it. So, he’s a man isolated. Just there. Working it out. Here’s the thing with villains, right? Or, with any character. But, particularly with villains. Yes, there is the manifestation of power. But, the internal power is really the drive. You know? And I think with Kang, something I found so interesting was that his pain and suffering and discomfort and frustration with society and the world is so great in him that [those qualities] have allowed him to make himself into the supervillain that you see. It is that internal friction that gives him that power. Now, how it manifests? Stay tuned! Yeah, his heartache is great and so massive that he does live up to that title of being the biggest, baddest MCU villain that we’ve had.”
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania shows up in theaters onFeb 17.