Disney and Marvel Studios report that writer/director Edgar Wright's long in development "Ant-Man" feature film will be released November 6, 2015, joining "The Avengers 2", May 1, 2015 as Marvel's second planned film of that year.
And if you missed it the first time around, Sneak Peek the storyboard video re-creating Wright’s original test-footage for the "Ant-Man" superhero comedy, co-written by Joe Cornish ("Attack The Block").
'Ant-Man' was created in 1962 by writer Stan Lee and illustrator Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics' "Tales to Astonish" #35.
Scientist 'Dr. Henry Pym' invented methods for an individual to be reduced in size, as well as a 'cybernetic' helmet to control any insect with sensitive feelers.
The second Ant-Man was 'Scott Lang', a thief who reformed with the aid of Pym and 'Iron Man', becoming an affiliate of the Fantastic Four and full-time member of the 'Avengers'.
'Eric O'Grady', the third Ant-Man was a low-level agent of counter-terrorism organization 'S.H.I.E.L.D.', before he stole the Ant-Man armor "...to get chicks."
Both Pym and Lang will appear in Wright's film, with Pym as Ant-Man in his 1960's guise and a flashforward to the present with Lang as Ant-Man's successor.
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