Janet Van Dyne as Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man 3

They have revealed new information about the plans they had for Ant-Man 3 that did not make it to the final cut of the Marvel movie.

The Ant-Man 3 movie is the new installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This adventure in the Quantum Realm brings together a very interesting group of characters such as Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), Cassie Lang ( Kathryn Newton) facing Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors).

Now the writer of Ant-Man 3, jeff lovenesshas revealed in an interview with backstory magazine that Michelle Pfeiffer’s Janet van Dyne was going to have superpowers.

“Obviously, Janet has those healing properties, but I saw it as more, less healing, and more like: Oh, she also has a little bit of that interdimensional phase, and she was able to almost stabilize Ava. We wrote that. She was there, and I think she was just confusing viewers at our test screenings like: Wait, does she have phasing powers?

“A bit. That was it. And it came from the middle, actually, when she touches it and steals it from Kang, and they’re in that big fight scene. When the core explodes, and she’s kind of grabbing it, it almost gave her these powers, almost in a Captain Marvel way, like that raw energy would destabilize her hands. And then when Scott Lang went down into the eye of the storm he destabilized it and split it into all those variations.”

Janet Van Dyne as Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man 3

Michelle Pfeiffer’s Janet Van Dyne is almost as shocking.

“We had Janet with a little more superpowers and I think it was too much to explain in Ant-Man 3. If you look closely, if you rewatch the movie, there’s a part where they just landed in the jungle and Janet just got it. she pushes against the tree and says don’t move, and the light goes over them, I think that’s a clever edit, but in the script, that was like, she cuts them out of the sequence, so the scanner goes through them high, because she takes them both out, and that really hurts Hope and Hank. And Janet suffers a lot.

“And that was like: Oh wait, can you still do that? What’s going on down here? That was almost related to her trauma, like she really couldn’t control these powers well. Since being in the quantum realm of hers makes her more unstable, and she was part of that Kang core, she made that sacrifice of almost like touching a hot stove, and running away from it with her, and it really messed her up.” Jeff Loveness concluded.

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Would you have liked to see all this in Ant-Man 3? Leave us your comments below in the opinion section.

The movie is still in theaters, but it will surely soon come to Disney Plus where you can see all the UCM installments.

Janet Van Dyne as Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man 3
Janet Van Dyne as Michelle Pfeiffer in Ant-Man 3


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