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Marvel’s Antman: The Movie?

Written by: Gary M. Kenny, CC2K Comics Editor might not be for everyone (most find tweets annoying, pretentious, and dumb), however, when you can follow "Smiling" Stan "The Man" Lee you get the greatest scoop into the Marvel Comics world!



While Marvel Studios has already started production of Kenneth Branagh's Thor and Joe Johnston has opened his mouth about the plot of The First Avenger: Captain America movie this past weekend, a giant bombshell of information has been dropped today, Marvel is gearing up for yet another superhero movie: Antman! Yes, everyone's favorite D-lister is getting his own movie.

A movie about Dr. Hank Pym, who is a charter member of the Avengers, has been floating around since San Diego Comic Con 2006 ie: when Jon Favreau and Louis Letterier were talking about Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk , director Edgar Wright announced that Antman would be his next project.Image Edgar Wright is best known for his film Shaun of the Dead and his upcoming comic book flick Scott Pilgrim vs The World. When the Disney/Marvel merger happened, there were rumors that Pixar would be taking over the project, however John Lasseter denied the rumors. So, what happened to Antman? Well, in a surprise nobody saw coming, Stan Lee announced to the web that the littlest superhero is going to blow up on the big screen soon.

Stan Lee tweeted today the following: To make up for my previous grievous error, here’s a little item that may have escaped you. Marvel is prepping a movie starring– Ant Man! 3:19 PM Feb 9th from web

Soon after he replied: I had lunch with the cool , young director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) and, as you’d imagine, we had fun discussing the tiny hero 3:19 PM Feb 9th from web

And…: Ant Man is just one of the many wild treats Marvel has planned for you, such as Iron Fist, Dr. Strange, Black Panther and more, more, more! 3:19 PM Feb 9th from web

So there you have it, Antman: The Movie! Which I can see as Spider-Man crossed with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Though I'm not going to lie, Iron Fist: The Movie sounds like a better flick to me, especially if they use an Ed Brubaker plot.