Quantumania rating revealed with new featurette

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumanias official rating has been revealed along with a new promo clip about the movie. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is “rated PG-13 for violence/action and language.” By now, a PG-13 rating for a Marvel movie is nothing new – it always boils down to the reasons Why. In the case of Ant-Man 3, it seems that the violence and foul language will be the culprits.

Indeed, the trailers in front Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has hinted that there could be some seriously dark moments of violence in the film. Jonathan Majors’ new Marvel villain Kang the Conqueror has a downright bloody battle with Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang – even going so far as to stomp the Ant-Man helmet in (with the camera giving a terrifying POV from inside the helmet), while another scene shows Scott Lang bloodied and battered in what appears to be a final battle with Kang.

In addition, some of the fantastic multiverse moments were teased Quantumania it seems they can be quite intense for some younger viewers. This includes a scene of giant Ant-Man literally unraveling his body – or Scott seemingly drowning in an anthill of his own alternate self. After seeing WandaVision and Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness it seems pretty clear that Marvel can’t dive into this Multiverse Saga arc without going to some creepy places.

The Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania The featurette released by Marvel sees Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige and the cast teasing the epic revelations of the Quantum Realm and the battle with Kang. As Feige points out, Scott Lang’s Ant-Man is probably one of the most underrated characters in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe; after all, it was Scott who gave the Avengers a literal path back to hope and victory Avengers: endgame. So, which hero would deserve more to start phase 5?

As for other teases, Michelle Pfeiffer teases Janet van Dyne’s mysterious past. Janet was trapped in the Quantum Realm from the Cold War era until she was rescued into it Ant-Man and the Wasp; Quantumania will finally reveal why she doesn’t discuss that time, and what secrets of the Quantum Realm Janet is protecting… like Kang.

The main thing that Marvel fans come to Ant Man 3 to see is undoubtedly Kang the Conqueror. Kang will be an even bigger and more complex villain than Thanos, and Quantumania will be the first proper chapter in his attempt to reshape the reality of the MCU. Majors calls the role “a gift,” and considering he’ll be seen all over Marvel movies and TV shows for years to come, he’s not kidding!

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be released in theaters and in 3D on February 17.

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