Marvel Studios generally releases up to two films every year, but 2014 could be the year that we see three. Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy are both slated to be released that year, and then came the report that we could also see Ant-Manopening in 2014 has well.
During the Marvel Panel at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this month, Wright came out to present the test footage he shot earlier this year. The panel and test footage proved that Marvel wasn’t stalling on the development for Ant-Man, and they were hard at work to get the film into production as soon as possible. Though the test footage was relatively rough, it did show that Ant-Man would be no ordinary action hero.
Nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but Latino Review – who have been spot on with Marvel news – has discovered that Ant-Man will start filming as soon as Thor: The Dark World (which is reported to begin shooting in August) wraps production early 2013.
According to the site, production for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End is expected to end Spring 2013, which would mean that Wright could start filming Ant-Man as soon as he finishes completing the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy if he wanted to, but there’s also the possibility that he could start filming Ant-Man in the summer of 2013.
At this point anything could happen, but with the studio shifting its release for Guardians of the Galaxy, it is very likely that we could see Ant-Man open in theaters in 2014.
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