Though next month will see the release of only the second Phase Two film from Marvel, Thor: The Dark World, the studio is getting ready to begin production on its first Phase Three film next year, the long-awaited Ant-Man. Filmmaker Edgar Wright recently took a very much deserved (and relatively short) month-long break after the release and promotion of this summer’s excellent The World’s End, and the director has now returned to L.A. to begin pre-production on Ant-Man. To mark the occasion, Wright recently tweeted an Ant-Man set image.
Given that filming hasn’t begun and the lead character hasn’t even been cast yet, it’s safe to assume that this picture is from the Ant-Man test reel that Wright shot a couple of years ago, but it’s still a fun tease of what’s to come. Hit the jump to check out the image. Ant-Man opens in theaters on July 31, 2015.
Via Edgar Wright’s Twitter.
Now I’m back in LA, it’s high time to finish a little something I’ve been working on…
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