There’s a reason that Marvel Studios is always the last panel of the day on Saturday at Comic-Con. It closes out the big movie panels of the week with a bang, and this year’s convention was no different. The studio is no stranger to uphill battles (ie. launching Iron Man, convincing audiences a Cinematic Universe would work), but they faced a curious challenge in Hall H this Saturday by touting Ant-Man months after incredibly talented filmmaker—and Comic-Con favorite—Edgar Wright left the project.
Nevertheless, Ant-Man is still moving forward full-steam ahead, and Marvel brought out new director Peyton Reed and cast members Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Corey Stoll, and the now-confirmed Evangeline Lilly. In addition to revealing a bit more about the film’s story and the roles the aforementioned actors will play, Marvel also unveiled some new footage that gave us a better idea of how Ant-Man will be actualized on screen. Read my full Ant-Man Comic-Con panel recap after the jump.