Ant-Man and the Wasp has a post-credits scene that’s hard to grasp when you’re unfamiliar with the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline. Explanations.
Last night on TF1, Ant-Man and the Wasp ended by offering a scene hidden in its credits which can prove to be very mysterious for those who are not aware of all the secrets of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Here is what film you have to have seen to understand it and above all, the one you have to see to discover the rest.
The end ofAnt-Man and the Wasp shows an outdoor movie scene, then begins the credits. As is often the case with Marvel, he pauses to offer an additional scene. We discover Scott returning to the Quantum Realm under the supervision of Janet, Hope and Hank.
But while he only has to come back from the “microvers”, nobody brings him back to the real world, and for good reason! His girlfriend and his in-laws suddenly disappeared and he was stranded in the Quantum Realm. If they are no longer there, then Thanos snapped his fingers with the infinity glove in Avengers: Infinity War.
This snap is a major event of the MCU which bears the name of “Blip” in VO and “Eclipse” in VF, and which resulted in the death of half of the inhabitants of the universe.
How is the world going to get over it? How is Scott going to get out of this bad patch? What happened to his relatives? Are they still savable? All the answers can be found in Avengers: Endgame.
Phase IV of the Marvel Universe indirectly addresses the consequences of the Blip in its WandaVision or Falcon and The Winter Soldier series and more frontally in the movie Spider-Man: Far From Home.
It is predicted that the changes brought about by the disappearance of billions of people over three years will continue to fuel the MCU for years to come.
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