18 July 2012 7:30 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Fitting: After five or so years of “early” development, Ant-Man gets the go-ahead from Marvel Studios and, yet, is still nothing more than a series of questions. Who’s shrinking down? How will it fit with Edgar Wright‘s style? Most importantly, when does it come out?

The lattermost question may have been given its answer — well, sort of may have. Marvel’s co-president, Louis D’Esposito, told Collider (via /Film) that a wrap on The World’s End could, in theory, let Wright get… right down to shooting Ant-Man and, thus, let it be their “third film” in 2014. (Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy being the other two.)

Here was his exact quote on the matter:

“That might be an opportunity where we do a third film, depending on his schedule when he finishes World’s End. But he’s such a competent filmmaker; the script is in great shape. »

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