Ant-Man Marvel Releases ANT-MAN Poster For SDCC! written by Sean Gerber July 23, 2014 Entertainment Weekly has exclusively unveiled an official poster for ANT-MAN that Marvel will feature at San Diego Comic-Con. The poster features pre-production artwork, as the film does not begin shooting until next month. As far as imagination goes, however, Marvel appears to be on the right track. The costume looks sleek and cool while being faithful to the comics and it appears Ant-Man will make friends in small places during the story. ANT-MAN, starring Paul Rudd (Scott Lang) and Michael Douglas (Hank Pym) will be released on July 17, 2015. Marvel Releases ANT-MAN Poster For SDCC! was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Ant-ManMarvelMarvel Cinematic UniverseSDCC 2014 4 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post Marvel Studios Adds 3rd Film To 2018 Slate! next post New GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Clips You may also like ANT-MAN Director Peyton Reed On The Saturn... June 23, 2016 ANT-MAN Director Peyton Reed On The Spirit... December 10, 2015 MARVEL’S ANT-MAN Gets A New Poster May 6, 2015 Marvel’s ANT-MAN Completes Principal Photography December 5, 2014 Marvel Ramps Up ANT-MAN Marketing- New Posters... June 11, 2015 Marvel’s ANT-MAN Trailer To Debut With AGENT... January 2, 2015 ANT-MAN Unintimidated By World’s Finest September 9, 2013 Peyton Reed to Direct ANT-MAN! June 7, 2014 ANT-MAN: Marvel Goes Viral With WHIH NEWS... July 2, 2015 The Wasp To Share Top Billing In... October 8, 2015 etourist It certainly helps in showing Antman as a potentially cool idea rather than a difficult to visualize concept for how it might work as a live action film. Makes it seem like an interesting sci-fi film more than a superhero film. Robert Reineke I agree that visualizing it makes it interesting. Hopefully the shrinking looks as interesting at 24 frames a second and the giant ants don’t come off as creepy in the final film. etourist This movie may well be the one to watch, in terms of covering new territory for ridiculousness (and I mean that in a good way). Just like Guardians of the Galaxy it could well be an interesting ride to opening weekend from this point on. As much as I enjoy the Avengers and their solo films, the riskier films like Antman and Guardians of the Galaxy add another level of interest because almost everything about them is new. Adrian Edmondson Looks cool . Marvel has yet to disappoint me . SDCC is going to be INSANE in the MEMBRANE . So jealous of those that get to go there .