Scott Lang and his Ant-Man team have become pretty integral part of MCU. The team has come a long way from Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp to Endgame. Though the two solo movies made their way into the audience, it is yet to see if Hank Pym completely trusts Scott Lang with his technology. Recently a New Marvel fan theory might explain the reason regarding the next solo movie.

A Fan Theory arises

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Ant-man and The Wasp

A Marvel fan recently shared his theory regarding Pym and his Pym Particles an online platform. The opinion confirms as we know that we fans don’t know how the Pym Particles work except one. It all can be narrowed down to the Pym’s probable usage of Lang’s interest for 80’s movie, Honey I Shrunk the Kids. Isn’t that sensible? We noticed recently a Back to the Future reference in Avengers: EndgameIn contrast to that, we saw the time travel rules of the Michael J. Fox-starring franchise and the MCU time travelling rules are very different.

Theorist Thoughts

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The theorist predicts Pym lied about the working principle of Pym Particles to the cat burglar as he knew Lang very well all along. As a result, Lang would have a clarifying thought. Scott might have thought it just worked like in the 80’s movie. This diversion keeps Lang from exploring the real secret of Pym

particles making. Pym also made sure he continued his work and technology from others as a secret, sole proprietary stuff I say.

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Ant man team

Paul Rudd portrays Scott Lang and Michael Douglas as Hank Pym in the movie.

Avengers: Endgame is now available on Disney+ where Ant-Man can be watched in it.

Marvel Cinematic Universe next projects are Black Widow, Eternals, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Thor: Love and ThunderDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Black Panther 2 

Source: ComicBook

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