Ant-Man & The Wasp: 17 Things We Learned From The Director's Commentary

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Ant-Man and the Wasp begins its Blu-ray roll-out this week, and as is always the case with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's fun re-visiting these movies accompanied by commentary from the director.

Peyton Reed may not be one of the more illustrious or decorated filmmakers in the MCU's roster, but he nevertheless proves himself a smart and insightful talent as he extensively details Ant-Man and the Wasp's complex production.

From calling out Easter eggs, cameos and references we all missed to running down the technical details of some of the movie's most ambitious sequences and even discussing how the events of Infinity War affected the end result, it's clear that a ton of thought went into the film even if it's a fairly unambitious, down-the-line sequel.

If you had a fun time with the movie and are desperately counting down the clock until the release of Captain Marvel next March, Reed's thoroughly intriguing commentary is certainly worth a listen. Or if you want to save yourself two hours, here are the most fascinating takeaways...

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