Time to Get Small: Marvel Reveals First 'Ant-Man' Comic-Con Poster

July 23, 2014


Hey Hank! With Comic-Con 2014 kicking off today, we're going a bit crazy with Marvel Studios buzz, between new release dates, hype about Saturday's panel, buzz about the Guardians of the Galaxy release and so much more. The latest debut is this poster - a comic book art poster for Marvel's Ant-Man, which is now being directed by Peyton Reed, but will still star Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, with Evangeline Lilly in the mix, too. We expect to hear (and hopefully see) a lot more about this comic book movie in the next few days as Comic-Con swings its doors open. For now, feast your eyes on this art and tell us if you are excited.

Here's the first comic art poster for Marvel's Ant-Man, direct from Entertainment Weekly at Comic-Con.

Ant-Man Comic-Con Poster Art

The current synopsis for Marvel Studio's Ant-Man: A scientist enlists a thief to safeguard his size-changing technology, and also to create a superhero who will defend the world. Based on the comic book superhero, Marvel's Ant-Man movie will be directed by Peyton Reed (of Yes Man, The Break-Up, Down with Love previously), who is taking over for Edgar Wright after he dropped off after years of developing the project. The cast includes Corey Stoll, Patrick Wilson, Michael Pena, Matt Gerald, and Michael Douglas as Hank Pym. Disney will release Marvel's Ant-Man in theaters everywhere starting July 17th, 2015 next summer.

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  • JBrotsis
    Lovin' it! Though...Ant Man's helmet looks very similar to Starlord's.
    • Justin R
      Yeah I agree, when I saw the picture, thought it was a GOTG post. Love the poster either way.
    • IamSlave
      Someone posted this on FB and without clicking on it I thought it was a GOTG poster. I guess that isn't a bad thing though since GOTG looks amazing.
    • Bl00dwerK
      I think it looks way better than the usual design, yet still has the "gas mask" part at the bottom...
  • Brian Sleider
    this a real poster? Has a "fan made" quality. That is to say it looks good.
    Love IT!!! Nailed the costume...again, Marvel!
    • Richard 33377
      Suck up
      • DAVIDPD
        Sorry friend. Just commenting on the aesthetic. Still not so sure of the film itself.
  • ds NYC
    He actually rides ants? Why does that fact make me think Edgar Wright was even more qualified to helm this?
  • Xerxexx
    Restores some hope.
    • Richard 33377
      • Xerxexx
        Yikes...seems someone is a bit of a cock.
        • mooreworthy
          That cat has been trolling almost everything since he's been off his meds. Pay him no mind.
          • Xerxexx
            I figured.
  • Stephen Ritchie
    I can not see this movie due to a fear of ants I have. I think Marvel should have really thought this out through better because I am sure I am not the only one with a fear of ants. Although I do love Marvel and what they are currently doing but they should have changed Ant-Man to Giant-Man due to people like myself who have strong fear of ants and removing that element entirely.
    • Richard 33377
      Sarcasm is cool, ever heard of Spider-Man?
  • Lechis Puente
    @disqus_umXN8d19bL:disqus Man, you're afraid of ants, while other people are afraid of giants. You just can't please everybody.
  • Bl00dwerK
  • Kyle Durst
    I was so damn upset when i heard the news about Edgar Wright. This though. This is awesome. I'm still pumped
  • BiteMe
    Ant-Man on The Fly a good cross-over I guess.... 😉
  • OfficialJab
    Would be better without the faces on it. Why does every poster need this?
    • TheOct8pus
      To sell the movie with "star power".... I agree though. It looks dumb.
  • Tuomas Lassila
    Already loving the suit <3
  • Neuromancer
    I'd like to see this poster without the big Ant-Man and floating heads, just tiny Ant-Man on an ant with the big city in the background :)
  • ChristianPasquariello
    If that isn't Paul Rudd I don't know what...
  • nerdrrage
    I'm still not very interested in this movie but I gotta admit, nice poster.




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