Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man and The Wasp,” the follow-up to 2015’s “Ant-Man” and the 20th consecutive Marvel Cinematic Universe film to debut at No. 1 opening weekend and ranked in the box office top 10 for six consecutive weeks this summer is coming to DVD!
On Oct. 2, fans can instantly watch the laugh-out-loud super hero adventure Digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD™, and on Movies Anywhere; and on Oct. 16, take it home on Blu-ray™ and Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD™.
BONUS MATERIAL (may vary by retailer):
Blu-ray & Digital:
Director’s Intro by Peyton Reed – The talented creator behind some of Marvel Studios’ funniest and most charming films will invite home audiences deeper into the world of “Ant-Man and The Wasp.”
Back in the Ant Suit: Scott Lang – Hero and all-star dad Scott Lang keeps the laughs coming for the audience, cast and crew.
A Suit of Her Own: The Wasp – Highly trained Hope Van Dyne is now the Wasp. See how some of her craziest stunts and action-packed scenes were brought to life.
Subatomic Super Heroes: Hank & Janet – Hank Pym’s wife Janet was lost in the quantum realm. Trace the legacy of these characters and the iconic actors who portray them.
Quantum Perspective: The VFX and Production Design of “Ant-Man and The Wasp” – Explore the movie’s visual effects and production design from a whole new viewpoint, in which every micro and macro detail counts.
Gag Reel and Outtakes – Audiences are treated to the hilarious quips that did not make the film as well as exclusive outtakes from Stan Lee and Tim Heidecker.
Gag Reel – Join in the fun with these outtakes from the set.
Stan Lee Outtakes – Stan Lee tries out a series of hilarious one-liners for the scene in which his car shrinks.
Tim Heidecker Outtakes – Check out Whale Boat Captain Daniel Goobler and his improvised whale-watching riffs.
Deleted Scenes (with commentary by Director Peyton Reed)
Worlds Upon Worlds – As Janet leads Hank through the surreal landscape of the quantum realm, they encounter an intelligent life form.
Sonny’s on the Trail – On the hunt for Hank Pym and his lab, Sonny Burch and his henchmen check the security camera of a neighborhood bookstore.
10 Years of Marvel Studios: The Art of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – See what it takes to bring the MCU to life, and the role concept artists play in bringing Super Heroes from comic book to screen.
Online Close-Up Magic University – This commercial will inspire you to expand your mind and maximize your full potential!
- Marvel Comics first introduced brilliant scientist Dr. Hank Pym and his alter ego, Ant-
Man, in 1962 with the publication of “Tales to Astonish #27.” He would later appear
with the Avengers in the team’s debut in “Avengers #1” in 1963.
- The Wasp, a founding member of the Avengers alongside Ant-Man, and its first Super
Heroine, first appeared in Marvel Comics’ “Tales to Astonish #44” in 1963.
- The Wasp’s introduction marks the first female character to be featured in the title
treatment of a Marvel Studios film.
- The set for Hank Pym’s newest lab is a spectacle that was constructed and finished over
a 4-month period on a 15,000 square-foot sound stage at Pinewood Atlanta.
- Courtesy of an industrial-sized 3D printer, the production design team was able to print
well over 8,000 pieces to comprise many of the fun elements within the lab set.
- The costume design team fabricated a total of 64 specialty costumes, including dozens
of helmets, belts, backpacks and gauntlets. This would include 14 versions of Ant-Man’s
suit, 15 for Wasp, 12 for Ghost, 8 suits for Hank and 15 suits for Janet.
- Audiences were given a hint of what was to come in “Ant-Man” when Hank Pym
unveiled a prototype of the Wasp suit in the film’s final scene. But that was an old
prototype from the 1980s. The new Wasp suit embraces the new technology that has
evolved since the prototype was made and also sports a sleek, contemporary look.
Ultimately, the suit was made with a form-fitting base layer with multiple semi-rigid
molded pieces laid over it, plus boots and a helmet.
- The Wasp’s signature wings are incorporated into the design of the suit in closed mode
but when expanded and ready for flight they become a digital add-on, courtesy of
Stephane Ceretti’s visual effects team.
- Paul Rudd gets a modernized version of the original leather suit he debuted in “Ant-
Man,” which had more of a vintage feel reflecting its 1960s origins. Gone is the leather:
the new suit is made from streamlined tactile fabric that is enhanced with a three-
dimensional print, giving it a modern look with a tighter fit.
For the shrinking elements, the production design team built miniature sets, filming
them with motion picture macrophotography and still macrophotography. The actors
and their stunt doubles were filmed in motion capture, which was supervised by the
visual effects team, in order to digitally place them within the macro world.