In the comics she also spends time in an alternate reality, which could link to Ant-Man and the Quantum Realm and explain her absence from Earth since the 1990s.
"I do some dumb things," says Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) as he's strapped into an ankle bracelet, while FBI agents swarm throughout. Then I passed out.")It all worked out in the end, so this time it looks like he's taking it even further, as we see when his head emerges from the water to loom over a boatload of tourists. The villain of the movie is Hannah John-Kamen's Ghost (gender-swapped from the comics).
The series follows best friends Raven and Chelsea, both divorced single mothers, are now raising their children in an apartment together in Chicago.
Their house is turned upside down when Raven's son Booker, learns he has inherited the same psychic abilities as his mother.
The end credits of Avengers 3 showed Nicky Fury messaging Captain Marvel for help just as he is killed in The Snap. Since Captain Marvel is one of the most powerful beings in the MCU, it is likely her help will be vital to somehow reverse The Snap and defeat Thanos.
The movie follows Brie Larson's Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. This references the classic Kree-Skrull War from the Marvel Comics. Perhaps she will even wield the Infinity Gauntlet herself?
After such a long wait and monumental build up Avengers 3 is here.
It will soon be gone leaving an unprecendented trail of death and destruction in its wake.
Scott Lang's absence from Avengers 3 was explained as a deal cut with the US government to stay with his family under house arrest as long as he has no further involvement with Captain America's rebellion.
The truth should be way more exciting, since Lang is expecetd to start exploring the Quantum realm, which will have huge repercussions for Avengers 4.
Talk about cut and run., and later we see her running on a literal knife edge. Will the MCU version reveal more about this Ghost's origin? OK, this could be a bit of tricksy editing, but from the trailer it looked very much like Fishburne's character Bill Foster (aka Goliath) could be in the room during what looks like a sinister transformation.