Michelle Pfeiffer is trading Catwoman for Wasp in the 'Ant-Man' sequel

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Many critics are saying that Pfeiffer will always be associated with her DC comic role since her portrayal, and the costume she wore during it, have grown to be beloved by many years ever since.

Ant-Man and the Wasp footage was also shown: Wasp shown in her new suit, which is more yellow.

In the comic books, Janet was the original Wasp and a founding member of the Avengers, and continued as a superhero after her husband retired, but she eventually went missing in another dimension and was assumed to be dead.

Following all of the exciting casting news for Ant-Man and the Wasp yesterday, including the addition of Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet Von Dyne, Marvel Studios concept artist Andy Park has unveiled the first official bit of concept art for the film. Van Dyne appeared briefly in flashbacks during Ant-Man, but her face was never shown. Let us know how much you're looking forward toAnt-Man and the Waspby giving it your own ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating below.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp will be released on July 6, 2018.

Finally, Laurence Fishburne is playing Dr. Bill Foster, who in the comics was a lab assistant to Hank Pym. In that movie it was revealed that Pym had given up his technology and became overprotective of his daughter Hope (Evangeline Lilly) after her mother had lost control of a suit he had made for her and shrunk all the way down to the quantum realm where she was lost.

Michael Pena will also star in the film, which sees Peyton Reed, who helmed 2015's original Ant-Man, return as director and Paul Rudd reprise his lead role of Ant-Man/Scott Lang. Randal Park will play Agent Jimmy Woo.

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