Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is coming to an end in style, as previously reported by other MCU blockbusters, but Quantumania does appear to be going to keep the action going for our first encounter with Jonathan Majors' Kang the Conqueror.
Some have complained that Ant-Man is being overlooked in his own film. Since Ant-Man and the Wasp, he's shared top billing with Evangeline Lilly's Hope Van Dyne, and the addition of Kathryn Newton's Cassie Lang adds another hero to the mix. The Flash is also facing similar issues, with the majority of the trailer for his first solo film focusing on Batman and Supergirl.
Some fans are looking back at a three-part series that featured its titular hero in 2016: Captain America: Civil War.
Is it fair that other heroes often crowded offscreen Cap?
And, to be fair, the Civil War ad campaign was very cap-focused:
All of this comes in the shadow of the next Batman film, The Flash: The Flash.
Is the relationship between them comparable?
Justice for the Flash!
Both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros' marketing departments are focused on bringing butts in seats. Who can blame Warner Bros for deciding that Michael Keaton's return would be more likely to garner positive publicity than leaning on Ezra Miller's tarnished reputation?
Quantumania's main focus will be Ant-Man, according to the studio... We'll find out shortly when the film goes on the big release on February 17.