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– by Seth McDonald

It is theorized by many that dimension known as the Quantum Realm will play a big part in defeating Thanos in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame. We’ve have already seen quite a bit of it in the two Ant-Man and the Wasp films. With Avengers: Endgame just a few months away, it won’t be long before we learn the role it will play within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Peyton Reed, who is the man behind the Ant-Man films, which has been the vehicle used to introduce the sub-atomic realm, recently spoke with Collider and talked about the sort of micro world of the Quantum Realm. You can check out what Reed had to say below.

“I was always fascinated with the various versions of the micro-verse in the Marvel Comics because I was a kid who grew up reading Marvel and was first introduced to it in Fantastic Four. There was an early Doctor Doom storyline where they all shrink down in the micro-verse and stuff…”

Reed continued:

“I do know the rules as much as they pertain to our specific story. I also know what time and space can do down there and the seeming sort of infinite quality of the Quantum Realm. We talked a lot about what our movie’s internal logic was going to be for the Quantum Realm.”

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Well, I don’t think Marvel would introduce the realm without it playing a huge part to the universe as a whole. A bigger role than just being part of the Ant-Man franchise. There is likely to be both inter-dimensional and time travel in what will be the culmination of the MCU that is Avengers: Endgame.

I initially wasn’t interested in the Ant-Man films, I thought the idea was too silly, it harked to the level of campiness of the old Batman TV show. However, I was very wrong, very wrong. After watching the films, I think it is one of the funnest franchises in the MCU, and the shrinking and embiggening aspect is actually pretty awesome and not only that it’s well done.

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Source: Collider