Edgar Wright Opens Up About 'Ant-Man' Villain

With The World's End opening in theaters this weekend, director Edgar Wright is beginning to open up about his next and potentially biggest project of his career: Marvel's Ant-Man.

Wright talked to The Huffington Post about selecting a villain for his movie and his decision not to use Ultron, who will feature prominently in Joss Whedon's Avengers sequel.

On the fact that Ant-Man is relatively popular among the fanboy crowd, but not as much with the general moviegoing audience, Wright says:

Wright continues:

With Ultron removed from consideration as Ant-Man's villain, the hero's remaining gallery of foes is rather weak and obscure, including the likes of Egghead, Hijacker, Scarlet Beetle, Living Laser, Radioactive Man, Equinox and Whirlwind.

Do you have a favorite among Ant-Man's villains or are they so obscure that you don't really care who Wright throws into the movie?

Ant-Man launches Marvel's Phase Three on November 6, 2015.



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