Therefore, questions varied from "How big can Ant-Man get", to "What is a Paul Rudd".
The post-credits scenes for "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (Because, you KNOW there are post-credits scenes in a Marvel film) provide some answers.
The second post-credits scene takes place immediately after the first.
Still, that ballsy decision speaks to how well the MCU has trained moviegoers to stick around until the end of the credits - clearly the studio isn't too anxious that fans would rush out early, especially since the rest of Ant-Man and The Wasp resolutely avoids making any reference to Thanos or the events of Avengers: Infinity War. At a time when superhero cinema seems eager to test the limits of its dramatic stakes, here's a reminder that smaller stories can be just as satisfying. But will say it happens simultaneously with the events that occur at the end of "Infinity War".
But he's released from house arrest at the end of the movie and free to participate in experiments with his girlfriend Hope (Evangeline Lilly as The Wasp), her father Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and her mother Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer), recently saved from the Quantum Realm. That includes major heroes such as Spider-Man and Black Panther (who we know will be back).
Of course, there's also a fail-safe in the form of a character we meet in the movie, Bill Foster (Laurence Fishburne), so Scott might just get yanked out and run off to beat up Thanos on his farm. If the Quantum Realm is somehow safe from the Stones abilities, it may come into play in a totally different way come Avengers 4 next year. Set photos have shown Scott with Captain America and Iron Man, so it's safe to assume he will escape the Quantum Realm in time to save the universe in the next movie.
The Quantum Realm, also called the Microverse in the comics, is where Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), goes when he shrinks down to a subatomic level. It may even be out of Thanos' reach, or at least his awareness.
The second post-credits scene, featuring a giant ant playing the drums, manages to be both amusing and chilling, before the movie ends with a reassuring statement - "Ant-Man and The Wasp will return" - that quickly turns ominous when a question mark appears at the end, rendering that observation a little less certain.