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We’ve still got four more Marvel movies to chew through before getting to Edgar Wright‘s Ant-Man, but that means so very little to a company built on teasing films far, far in advance. And as far as teases go, the picture Wright just released on his Twitter is about as vague as they come. There’s a man, and he’s wearing some form of ant-suit (one looking very similar to what we saw in that Ant-Man teaser footage a few years back). He’s crouched in front of a camera and a blue screen. Alongside the image comes a message from Wright: “Now I’m back in LA, it’s high time to finish a little something I’ve been working on…” Sneek a peek at the picture below:

But the answers provided by this photo (and the only real answer it provides is “Yes, Edgar Wright is making Ant-Man) are far eclipsed by the questions it raises. Is this an old photo leftover from the test footage, or something far more recent? Is there someone of importance inside that suit, or are we still a ways away from any real casting information?

Perhaps Wright will swoop in to explain just what’s going on and when casting and everything else will begin. But judging from the whole “Marvel teasing things far in advance,” thing, don’t hold your breath.


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