Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania – Cameos and Easter Eggs

Ant-Man and The Wasp Quantumania Easter Eggs

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania – Cameos and Easter Eggs. Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, directed by Peyton Reed (known for The Return of the Mad Beetle and Yes Man) with a screenplay by Jeff Loveness (of Miracle Workers and Rick and Morty fame), once again focuses on the heroic Scott Lang (played by Paul Rudd) and his family, embarking on an adventure that has the potential to alter not only their destiny but that of the entire world. 

In Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, our protagonists embark on a unique journey through the Quantum Realm, leading them to encounter Kang the Conqueror (played by Jonathan Majors), the timekeeper of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is so densely packed with Easter Eggs that it provides ample opportunity to revisit many of the past successes of Marvel’s serialized and cinematic universes. 

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania – Cameos and Easter Eggs

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania sees the return of Jimmy Woo

At the beginning of Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, Scott Lang meets up with the iconic Agent Jimmy Woo (played by Randall Park), whom we recently saw in WandaVision. Lang’s law enforcement handler, who has a keen interest in magic, has finally agreed to dine with the Avenger, indicating that their friendship has grown off-screen since the events of Ant-Man and The Wasp. Their conversation concludes with Lang impressing Woo by magically producing a credit card to pay for the meal.

Spider-Man is at the center of a gag

Although Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland) doesn’t physically appear in the movie, he’s still the subject of a humorous and surprising joke. When the protagonist, Scott Lang, visits his favorite bar, the owner mistakes him for the wall-crawler. This provides a good laugh and confirms an essential detail about Peter Parker: despite the powerful spell cast by Strange, everyone still remembers him.

Children forever, thanks to the Hulk

During Avengers: Endgame (2019), our beloved superhero Ant-Man was one of the first subjects of the Hulk’s (played by Mark Ruffalo) time travel experiments. Unfortunately, he was accidentally turned into a child and then restored to his normal form. This amusing incident is recalled by Scott himself when he presents his book, Look Out for the Little Guy, and contemplates several philosophical questions about that particular moment.

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, memories of a civil war with Cap

Regrettably, Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania does not include a cameo from Steve Rogers (played by Chris Evans), and while fans of the star-spangled hero may be let down, there is still an intriguing connection to Captain America. During a conversation with his family, the protagonist reminisces about his colleague, with his relatives insisting that during Captain America: Civil War (2016), he sided against Cap, although Scott recalls this is clearly a falsehood.

Dale, Scott Lang’s former boss

Dale (played by Gregg Turkington) is a relatively insignificant character in the Ant-Man universe, making it easy to overlook him. However, this disagreeable executive is actually the one who terminates the protagonist from Baskin Robbins after discovering his criminal behavior. In Quantummania, we reencounter him with a newfound admiration for Lang, who has been named “employee of the century.” Dale is so enamored with Lang that he bakes a cake for Lang’s daughter Cassie (played by Kathryn Newton) with limited success in the kitchen.

Thor and the lethal encounter with Kang

Kang the Conqueror mistakenly identifies Ant-Man as Thor (played by Chris Hemsworth), recalling having killed him in the past. This is a clear reference to the antagonist’s time-traveling abilities, and in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it could potentially result in the departure of the god of thunder, given his diminishing role in Kevin Feige’s universe.

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania and the time link with Loki

As anticipated, one of the post-credit scenes in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania is connected to the Loki series. In the scene, which is likely a sneak peek from the second season of Loki, the god of mischief (played by Tom Hiddleston) and Agent Morbius (played by Owen Wilson) are seen observing a 20th-century variant of Loki named Victor Timely (who is also featured in the comics). In the show, we were introduced to one of Kang’s alter egos, the One who Remains (also portrayed by Jonathan Majors).

Agent Mobius is still friends with the God of Mischief.

When revisiting the exciting end credits sequence, it is worth noting that Agent Morbius remains a mystery, as he does not reveal much about himself. His appearance at the end of Loki, following the time alteration caused by the One Who Remains, raises questions about his role in the series. While he initially appears to have no memory of Loki in the second season, he eventually decides to aid him in his unique quest.

The unreleased Veb is the perfect opportunity to bring back an actor.

In Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, a new character named Veb makes its appearance. Veb is a slimy and transparent blob that resembles an octopus at times. Many people may need to learn that actor David Dastmalchian voiced the character in the original dub. Dastmalchian had previously appeared in the first two Ant-Man movies as Scott Lang’s friend Kurt, with whom he had been involved in many mischievous adventures.