In the end of Marvel’s first Ant-Man film, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) pierced Corey Stoll’s evil Darren Cross’ Yellowjacket suit and damaged it, causing it to shrink uncontrollably. As the new Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania video indicates, he most likely did not die. I say “probably” because we’re currently in the midst of the Multiverse Saga, so the Darren Cross in this video may be some kind of variation pain in the buttocks!
The Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing (MODOK) from the Marvel Cinematic Universe has unquestionably evolved into whichever form of Darren Cross we’re dealing with in this instance. In this brand-new teaser, we can not only see MODOK in his brand-new hoverchair, but we can also see Stoll’s enormous head sitting in it.
In order to catch you up, here is some information on the iconic villain from Marvel Comics: He is a human mutate-cyborg with superhuman intelligence and psychic powers, who made his first complete appearance in 1967’s Tales of Suspense #94.
Loki journeys through The Void in the Disney Plus episode, an universe full with individuals and items from other histories that produced their own Nexus events. Viewers saw a glimpse of a massive replica of the Yellowjacket helmet used by Stoll’s character in Ant-Man (2015).
The Quantumania teaser
also revealed more details about the plot, such as how Lang is dealing with the reality that he has missed so much time with Cassie owing to his imprisonment in the Quantum Realm between Ant Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Endgame. Kang offers to provide Lang a way to gain those years back using his understanding of time travel, but their romance swiftly begins to disintegrate. As Lang’s family attempts to flee Kang’s clutches, we see Kang on the offensive and Lang outgunned. We were earlier advised by Tony Stark that “you mess with time, it tends to mess back.”
Before MODOK makes his big screen debut, you can see his self-titled stop-motion animated TV series on Disney+, in which Patton Oswalt provides his voice. However, a word of caution: it’s not suitable for children.
Paul Rudd plays Scott Lang in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which also stars Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne, Jonathan Majors as Kang, Michael Douglas, Kathryn Newton, David Dastmalchian, William Jackson Harper (perhaps as Reed Richards), Katy O’Brien, and Bill Murray.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 5 will begin with this film, which will have a wide release on February 17.