Ant-Man Marvel’s ANT-MAN Completes Principal Photography written by Sean Gerber December 5, 2014 Marvel’s ANT-MAN finished filming today with director Peyton Reed breaking the news on Twitter. And that’s it! Principal photography on ANT-MAN is now complete. The ants have left the building. Stay tuned… pic.twitter.com/xj5h9qFyo6 — Peyton Reed (@MrPeytonReed) December 6, 2014 Principal photography began in San Francisco, CA back on August 18 before moving to Atlanta, GA for the majority of the shoot. With all the talk of AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON and Marvel’s Phase 3, ANT-MAN really has been the little guy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as of late. There are still plenty of doubters leftover from Edgar Wright’s departure, but with Reed directing a talented cast that includes Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, and Corey Stoll along with a script reworked by Adam McKay, there’s no sense in counting this one out. Besides, there’s never been any luck in betting against Marvel. Marvel’s ANT-MAN will arrive in theaters on July 17, 2015. Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world. Marvel’s ANT-MAN Completes Principal Photography was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Ant-ManMarvelMarvel Cinematic Universe 2 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 Krysten Ritter To Star As Marvel’s JESSICA JONES On Netflix! next post Weekly Ratings Roundup: November 30 to December 6, 2014 You may also like Paul Rudd Is Officially ANT-MAN! December 20, 2013 ANT-MAN: Marvel Goes Viral With WHIH NEWS... July 2, 2015 ANT-MAN Director Peyton Reed On The Spirit... December 10, 2015 See 6 Minutes Of Marvel’s ANT-MAN In... June 8, 2015 Marvel Makes A Legendary Addition To ANT-MAN January 13, 2014 Marvel’s ANT-MAN Begins August 18, 2014 Marvel’s ANT-MAN Trailer To Debut With AGENT... January 2, 2015 Open Forum: ANT-MAN July 16, 2015 ANT-MAN Director Peyton Reed On The Saturn... June 23, 2016 The Wasp To Share Top Billing In... October 8, 2015 Michael Lalaian Call me naive, but I actually don’t have any concerns about this movie at all and am eagerly awaiting it. A few reasons why: 1. Marvel isn’t stupid. If it would have been a better and more marketable film (not that those two things are the same) with what Edgar Wright is doing, then they would have left him alone. I doubt Marvel and Disney would ever deliberately sabotage one of our own new properties by destabilizing it’s production. 2. Paul Rudd is a funny guy, clearly there will be some funny scenes in the movie. All Marvel needs to do is release a trailer that has Paul Rudd being funny with a tagline that says “From the studio that brought you Guardians of the Galaxy” and you just sold a hundred thousand movie tickets right there. Actually, coming so soon after Guardians is probably REALLY going to help out this film. 3. Cast and crew have talked about Ant-Man’s importance. While not using the word “better,” recently Evangeline Lilly even admitted that thew new version is going in a direction that is probably better than what Edgar Wright was doing. Also, Feige has not distanced himself from the project at all or tried to down play it, just a few months ago he was giving an interview and said that Ant-Man was a “key character,” then got even more specific and said “a key Avenger.” I think Ant-Man is going to be a player in the MCU for a long time to come. 4. Only fans have their doubts. Mainstream audiences either don’t know an Ant-Man movie is coming, or when they found out that it’s part of the Avengers/Guardians series, get really excited when I tell them about it. Even if mainstream audiences were iffy based on the production issues of this film, lowered expectations usually HELP a project, not hurt it. Of course, that all depends on there being a really kick ass trailer, but I don’t think putting one of those together will be a problem for Marvel. So yeah, bring on Ant-Man! T.J. Yeah, I’m also looking forward to this film. I’m very curious to see how it connects to the rest of the MCU. Reading some details from the people making the film, Ant-Man appears to be something of a Paul Harvey moment in the MCU’s timeline (“Here’s the rest of the story…”), and that seems interesting.