The best way Marvel balanced all of it, in response to Broussard, was to “preserve it rooted in that perspective. You retain it rooted within the POV of the individuals which might be experiencing this.” He defined:
“They’re all strangers in an odd land. They do not know what the Quantum Realm is, aside from Janet. They’re having to be educated on what’s down there, and the bizarre guidelines and the distinctive varieties of individuals and species and aliens and all these items they’re assembly down there, and so they’re additionally catching up on who [Kang] is.”
It does not assist that Janet hasn’t been fully sincere about her time there. As you possibly can see from the trailers, there are a variety of creatures and teams of those who we’ve not met earlier than within the quantum realm. That is perhaps a bit of a lot to absorb if the primary characters weren’t taking it in concurrently. Broussard mentioned that it is a totally different sort of movie for Marvel “as a result of it is about getting pulled right into a world.” Of the influences for the movie, he defined:
“We talked about ‘Jurassic Park,’ getting caught within the park. Or ‘Wizard of Oz,’ clearly, looms giant over any conversations like that. That is an attention-grabbing ‘stranger in an odd land’ construction. And I believe being with these characters helps steadiness these totally different parts, to your level.”
“Jurassic Park” is a good one to compare this to. The Ant-family is a gaggle of people that have come collectively and found not solely a world they’d solely dreamed of however the risks which might be lurking beneath the marvel of all of it.
“Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quatumania” will hit theaters on February 17, 2023.