Ant-Man and the Wasp star, Hannah John-Kamen, gives fans a report on her character Ghost in the MCU. The sequel to Marvel’s Ant-Man was released in 2018 and followed its nominal pair on a pressing mission to enter the Quantum Realm, which prompted secret revelations from the past and a confrontation with an incredible new foe. Ant-Man and the Wasp proved to be successful, both fundamentally and industrially, receiving to a great extent positive reviews and outperforming its predecessor in the cinematic world.
In addition to John-Kamen, the film starred Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily as the superhero couple, as well as Michael Peña, Randall Park, Laurence Fishburne, Michael Douglas, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Not much is had some significant awareness of the plot of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, however star Evangeline Lily has praised its script as being the best one at this point, and other stars have teased that the scale will be a lot greater this time around. Given that Ava Starr had a snapshot of redemption in the last installment, if she somehow happened to return, fans can anticipate that she role should change, especially since Loki’s villain, Kang, is slated to show up. Rumors about Bill Murray being cast in an undisclosed role have surfaced, however so far, no other casting announcements have been made past those of the returning center characters
The character of Ghost has charmed fans, with Marvel and John-Kamen clarifying that she was only considered a villain because her goals didn’t line up with those of the film’s heroes. John-Kamen carried a specific measure of humanity to the antagonist, one who was managed a terrible hand and encountered her own share of injury. With Marvel delaying the release of the third film, fans of Ant-Man and the Wasp will have to stand by somewhat longer than anticipated to discover what, all things considered, lies ahead for Ava Starr.