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Marvel has released a first look from the San Francisco set of "Ant-Man" that features Paul Rudd as the film's protagonist, Scott Lang.
Reports say Peyton Reed and David Wain are now being considered to replace Edgar Wright as director of the film.
With his solo film on the horizon, CBR looks at the mighty menaces faced by the diminutive hero and speculate on who might appear in Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man."
The "Lost" and "Hobbit" alum is in "early talks" for the female lead in Marvel Studios' 2015 "Ant-Man" film, according to a report.
"I can’t believe I got an invitation to the party," "Ant-Man" star Paul Rudd says of joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel has moved Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man" up to the now-unoccupied original release date of the "Man of Steel" sequel on July 17, 2015.
As the reality of "Ant-Man" draws closer, CBR explores why Edgar Wright's film has the potential be Marvel Studios most exciting release yet.
Michael Peña ("Eastbound & Down," "Gangster Squad") has reportedly been offered a role alongside Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas in Marvel's "Ant-Man."
The latest "Ant-Man" news sees Michael Douglas joining the cast as Hank Pym, along with the revelation Paul Rudd will play Scott Lang.
Several men have donned Ant-Man's helmet in Marvel's comics, but which alter-ego best fits Paul Rudd's talents?
Marvel has confirmed that Paul Rudd will play "Ant-Man" in the 2015 film, one day after reports he was in "early talks" for the role.
Following weeks of rumors, "Anchorman" actor Paul Rudd is reportedly in "early talks" for the title role in Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man."
Paul Rudd reportedly the top candidate to play Henry Pym, though the search is still on for his “30-ish girlfriend,” presumably Janet Van Dyne.
Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige addresses casting rumors of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Paul Rudd for "Ant-Man": ‘Nothing is true yet.’
Actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt has denied a Monday report saying he and Paul Rudd are front-runners to star in Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" film.
SPINOFF's Katie Calautti calls Judd Apatow's "This Is 40," a sorta-sequel to "Knocked Up," "a fitting antidote to your baby and wedding photo-clogged Facebook feed," filled with "moments of Authenticity."