PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Armed with a super-suit with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, cat burglar Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.
(at around 5 mins) In the Baskin-Robbins scene Scott's manager has a cup of pens on his desk. One of the pens has a birdlike character with wings on it. Later when Scott first breaks into Hank's house (at around 24 mins), he searches in a junk drawer for tape to copy a fingerprint. In the second drawer, where he finds the bottle with the liquid in it, you can see the same birdlike character figurine.
Howard Stark: He doesn't seem happy. Hello, Hank. You're supposed to be in Moscow.
Hank Pym: I took a detour... Through your defense lab.
Peggy Carter: Tell me that isn't what I think it is.
Hank Pym: That depends if you think it's a poor attempt to replicate my work. Even for this group, ...
(at around 58 mins) The Wasp is shown flying onto an ICBM in mid-flight. Considering that the speed of "average" intercontinental ballistic missile needs to be at least 7km per second, it would have been physically impossible for her to fly fast enough to catch up to the missile in flight. Additionally, a portion of the missile's flight takes it into low Earth orbit. This is the "ballistic portion" of the flight and it would have exposed both Ant Man (Hank Pym) and The Wasp to far lower air pressure than would be possible to keep themselves breathing or not to experience body temperature issues as their suits were not explicitly described as pressurized. But other events in the movie suggest the suits might include breathing or re-breathing apparatus.
There is a statement at the end of the closing credits: "Ant-Man will return." His next appearance in the MCU is in Captain America: Civil War (2016), as indicated in the post-credits scene.
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