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Paul Rudd Talks 'Ant Man 2'


In a recent interview with SuperHeroHype, Ant-Man actor Paul Rudd talked about the transition of his character from last summer’s Ant-Man into Captain America: Civil War as well as the tiny superhero's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Rudd explained, " Marvel’s been great, as far as if I have something else and they’ll work around it. It’s not like I’m working on a series which might be a little trickier as far as schedule. I worked on Civil War and I didn’t really work on it for very long, but as far as Ant-Man 2, I already know when that’s going to go, so you just kind of plan accordingly." Captain America: Civil War is scheduled to reach theatres on May 6, 2016.

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