Yes, that’s a giant PEZ dispenser about to take out a villain — and that’s just one of the oddities you’ll see in the newest trailer from Marvel Studios.
This one? It’s Ant-Man and The Wasp and this time around Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) joins Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) in some big-scale adventures involving technology that makes everything possible.
Check out the new trailer released just this morning after the jump.
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The box: 2015 Upper Deck Marvel Ant-Man cards (hobby)
Where to buy: Poke around online
Packs per box: 20
Cards per pack: 5
Cards in this box: 95
Base set completion:
74 of 90 (82 percent)
We’re a couple years removed from The Hobbit movie trilogy’s completion on the big screen, but it’s pretty clear that the story of Middle-Earth is living on.
The first way to know this is the revealing of the Middle-Earth Ultimate Collectors Edition, a 30-disc set coming soon for the small screen that collects The Hobbit trilogy along with The Lord of the Rings trilogy to create the supreme viewing experience at a premium price. It’s $800 for a package loaded with extras — click the image at right for a hint at what’s included.
A second way — and perhaps the most-important way for collectors — to know that The Hobbit is living on is to examine the demand for autographs and sketch cards. We’re just a few months removed from the third in a trilogy of The Hobbit sets from Cryptozoic and there’s plenty of interest.
A star from a few television and movie franchises has signed with Upper Deck Authenticated.
Evangeline Lilly, who has appeared in Lost, Ant-Man and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, has signed nine different photos and posters as part of the initial offering in the collection.