The latest MCU flick "Ant-Man and the Wasp" is soon to open in theaters, but until then, Evangeline Lilly has an interesting question for us to ponder.
"It's finally time to see her suit up and be the hero that she said earlier she wanted to be". "I just got my pages and even my pages had a fake ending and multiple fake things in it".
"I think my suit is killer", she said.
'They're just like, "What is this?" This sucks. Why are we ... why? With these added details, we know that she and Bill Foster are already quite familiar with one another, with Bill serving as her paternal figure. Whereas a woman's like, "I don't know". This is like normal. I wear heels to work. Do I have the most comfortable suit in the MCU?' Or...
"I got a call saying, 'We've decided not to put you in Civil War and there was this moment I could tell where the feeling in the room was like, 'I'm sorry - don't be offended'".
This image released by Marvel Studios shows, from left, Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Benedict Wong in a scene from "Avengers: Infinity War". "We are all together in this movie, and there is this incredible feminine energy that, of course, Paul brings to Ant-Man", she joked, turning to look at her co-star Rudd, who responded with a "Thanks?"
Lilly is not the first female star to suggest donning superhero suits isn't the torturous experience their male co-stars claim.
"She's bi. And yes, she cares very little about what men think of her". And going into this film dealing with mother and daughter relationships and exploring that in much deeper ways than any of our other movies did because family and the notion of these family relationships is something very special for the Ant-Man series. "I met with Marvel in May 2016, and they were actually telling me the story of "Ragnarok" with concept art and images. It's not as comfortable as yoga trousers, but it's a costume!'"