Evangeline Lilly took to Facebook earlier today to share her feelings of her last day on the set of Ant-Man and the Wasp. The post hints on the wrapping of her production work on the film.
Towards the end of last month in October, a crew wrap party was held for MCU’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. Speculations were rife that the shooting for the film had either ended or nearing the end. It is now clear that the production work on the film is almost complete.
Evangeline Lilly, who plays Hope van Dyne (the Wasp) in Ant-Man and the Wasp posted a picture of her chair along with that of co-stars Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas. She mentioned that she would miss them both, and went on to add that it was her last day on the set.
While we anxiously await the trailer of Avengers: Infinity War, we fail to realize that Marvel has other films too in production, two of them being Black Panther and Ant-Man & The Wasp. While Black Panther is set for a February 2018 release, Ant-Man & The Wasp will hit the theaters on July 6, 2018.
Various details such as plot and character updates of Ant-Man and The Wasp has emerged in the past few weeks. Lilly is the second member of the cast to confirm the wrapping of the film with Walton Goggins being the first. Goggins plays the Tech weapons designer Sonny Burch in his MCU’s debut.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe introduced Ant-Man to the big screen in 2015. Though the film, however did not do exceedingly well at the box office, it earned enough to find a place for itself in Marvel Studio’s Phase 3.
Ant-Man and the Wasp will see Paul Rudd playing the title role of Ant-Man. Evangeline Lilly will make her first appearance as a superhero in the sequel.
Take a look at Lilly’s Facebook post below:
I'm gonna miss these two. Last day on set. #thatsawrap #antmanandthewasp (#whenyourlegsdontreach😂)
Source: Evangeline Lilly/Facebook
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