The only other MCU film pencilled in for that same window is the long-in-development Captain Marvel solo movie, though Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck needn’t worry too much about continuity as the vast majority of their spinoff is set to unravel in the 1990s, when Carol Danvers crosses paths with the villainous Skrulls.
For Ant-Man and the Wasp, it’s a totally different story. The official synopsis states that Peyton Reed’s diminutive sequel takes place “in the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War,” when Scott Lang is on the run once again. As such, we believe that Ant-Man 2 won’t reference Infinity War whatsoever, and will instead take place right around the same time as Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Whatever the case, filming continues on the sequel’s Atlanta set, and while we wait for Marvel to truly kick the marketing campaign into gear – which may take a while – a brand new fan-made poster has surfaced which should help tide us over. It’s an exciting and rather explosive look at the film, and we’ve included it in the gallery down below along with a few others – enjoy!
In related news, there’ve been rumblings that Peyton Reed’s pint-sized sequel will carve out extra room for Giant-Man, while leaked set photos have taken us up close and personal with Ghost, the elusive villain to be played by Hannah John-Kamen, star of Tomb Raider and Ready Player One.
Ant-Man and the Wasp, meanwhile, makes a beeline for theaters on July 6th, 2018. Closer to home, Thor: Ragnarok will become the next entry in Marvel’s ever-evolving cinematic universe on November 3rd of this year, and it’ll seemingly herald the “fight of the century” between Hulk and the God of Thunder.