Ant Man and The Wasp Involved in the accident that created the ghost?

The Marvel movie Ant Man and the Wasp hit the theaters in 2018. The movie introduces a new character, the Ghost to the MCU. She is one of the newest villains of the marvel universe. Some fans of Marvel have received the Marvel Studios Infinity Saga box. Along with it, comes the release of some of the deleted scenes of the studio’s movies. One of these scenes shows that Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne were partially responsible for the creation of the Ghost.

Getting to Know the Ghost

Getting to Know the Ghost 
The Ghost in Ant Man and the Wasp

John-Karmen’s character as the Ghost somewhat deviates from the comic version . Any way much less is known about the origin of the character in the comic as well as the movie. However, a hint of her origin is seen in a deleted scene of the 2018 Ant Man and the Wasp movie. The original may not have directly involved in the villain’s creation . Meanwhile, it is sure that Hank and Janet were present during the creation of the Ghost.

An Accident that Created a Villain

Ghost is the daughter of Elihas Starr a.k.a Egg Head. Michael Cerveris makes a cameo appearance in the movie as  Starr. Apparently, Ghost was the result of his failed experiment on his daughter. His daughter, Ava gets phasing abilities after the accident which led her to become the Ghost. Also, the deleted scene shows that Hank and Janet were present during this accident.

Did the Villain Reform?

Did the Villain Reform?
Ant Man and the Wasp, 2018

The Ghost is the main villain of the 2018 Ant Man and the Wasp. Ava went on to become the Ghost, a infamous character in the marvel movie. It seems that in the end of the movie that the villain is on the way to reform. Nevertheless, fans will get to know what happened to her in Ant Man 3 which is under making. Marvel Studios is yet to announce the release dates.

Sources: Comicbook

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