The littlest hero is about to pack a whopping punch.
Ant-Man 2 is one of only two Marvel movies, alongside Captain Marvel, which bridge Avengers Infinity War and Avengers 4.
Ant-Man was also one of the only major heroes mssing from Avengers 3, along with Hawkeye.
Will Scott Lang and Clint Barton cross paths in the new movie and what exactly is in those hyped-up end credit scenes?
Ant-Man and the Wasp Hawkeye cameo in after credit scenes
Infinity War explained that both heroes were under house arrest following their rebellion in Civil War.
Early artwork has shown Hawkete suited up for battle in Avengers 4 alongside Captain Marvel, Hulk, Captain America and also Ant-Man – but will we see him first here?
All the early reactions to preview screenings highlighted the teaser that there are two post credit scenes and one of them is “unmissable.” One writer said it was the “only thing I can think about.”
Ant-Man and the Wasp Avengers 4 link in after credit scene?
Ant-Man and the Wasp will focus on its own characters
We know what is in both scenes and unfortunately they do not include any cheeky cameos from other Marvel characters.
Ant-Man director Peyton Reed expained: “I always envisioned this as a standalone movie. Obviously when you see the movie you’ll see how it ties into the larger universe, but I like that Hope and Scott and Hank are operating in this little corner of the universe.
“And I like that because it reminds me of the Marvel comics where you have the Avengers doing something here, and Spider-Man is doing something, and Black Panther is doing something, and Iron Man… they’ve got their own thing…And this felt like… we had enough characters to service in this movie.”
It is too early to reveal any spoilers just yet but we can reveal that the important end credit scene is a powerful and direct link to Infinity war and what comes next in Avengers 4.
The other scene is an amusing humourous moment that has already been shown in some advance promoional releases online.
ANT-MAN AND THE WASP IS OUT NOW IN THE US AND ON AUGUST 3 IN THE UK