But he's released from house arrest at the end of the movie and free to participate in experiments with his girlfriend Hope (Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp), her father Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and her mother Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer), recently saved from the Quantum Realm. And, as such, it appears as though the ending of Ant-Man and The Wasp might have hit a bit of a snag in the overall timeline of the MCU. As is the Marvel way, it does indeed, with a total of two after-credits scenes to check out after the movie "ends" (I guess we should lean into calling them stingers this time around, right?).
The post-credits scenes for "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (Because, you KNOW there are post-credits scenes in a Marvel film) provide some answers. The Pyms sent Scott Lang back into the Quantum Realm on a mission of mercy, but while he was gone, the Snap occurred and wiped out the Pym family.
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Of course, there's also a fail-safe in the form of a character we meet in the movie, Bill Foster (Laurence Fishburne), so Scott might just get yanked out and run off to beat up Thanos on his farm. That matters because just seconds after Scott successfully makes the jump, he suddenly finds himself out of communication with the team back in the normal sized universe operating the device's control panel. Combine that with Janet's warning about the time vortex, and we have to wonder if Scott is gonna be involved in some time-travel shenanigans come Avengers 4.
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America wants other members to spend more money on the military alliance needs, but that is not all. He gave a similar answer when he was asked if he would lift the sanctions on Russian Federation .
But hey, the good news is that Scott's ant friend survived Thanos!
"The Quantum Realm is a really intriguing environment and character in the MCU".
It's also worth considering that the Quantum Realm may have literally been out of reach of Thanos's snap all together, and thus, in one way or another, immune to the Infinity Stones' powers. The fallen heroes were reduced to dust in Infinity War and not shown to be explicitly dead.