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Ant-Man Quantumania Image Details The Wasp's Comic Accurate Yellow Suit

A new still from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania shows off a new comic-accurate suit for the Wasp. Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), the daughter of the previous Ant-Man and Wasp, is originally introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Ant-Man as the chairman who strikes Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) out of his own company, betraying him to Darren Cross. Yet, after discovering that Cross was in the process of developing the Yellowjacket suit, Hope defects back to her father, teamed up with Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), and took up the Wasp mantle before rescuing her mother from the Quantum Realm.

As years have passed since Ant-Man and the Wasp, Hope has picked up a new costume along the way, as a new still from CBR via Empire reveals.

Though She-Hulk benefited from avoiding comic accuracy in her own suit, the bug-like and brightly colored suit perfectly reflects the costume that Wasp wears in the comics. While the image doesn’t display her wings in action, they will still be appearing in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

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Following her return from being snapped out of existence by Thanos, Hope is older and her connection to the world has changed considerably with Lily revealing that Hope has evolved massively since Ant-Man. Now a superhero in her own right, it will be Hope’s responsibility to get to the bottom of her mother’s secrets, while straining to find a way out of the Quantum Realm before they are all trapped in Kang’s cage forever. It remains to be seen what moral judgments Hope will need to make along her journey.

After an experiment goes horribly wrong, Hope, Scott, Cassie (Kathryn Newton), Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer), and Hank are sucked into the Quantum Realm and subsequently trapped. With no one in the larger world to save them, the team needs to find a way to survive and escape, while keeping their sanity intact — though that will certainly be a challenge with an army waiting for them. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be the longest Ant-Man yet with an expected runtime of 2 hours and 5 minutes and will premiere in theaters on February 17.

Instead of following the comedic tone of the previous two movies, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is going to be telling a more epic tale as its characters rise to meet the MCU’s next big bad, Kang the Conqueror. Having gathered his own army in the Quantum Realm, Kang seeks an escape, and he sees the Ant-Man team as the perfect vehicle. Hope and Scott are going to need to give it their all to get Cassie, Hank, and Janet to safety, if it’s even possible.

More: Quantumania Is Breaking Ant-Man’s Own MCU TraditionSource: CBR via Empire

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