Paul Rudd's 'Ant-Man, and the wasp,' played by Evangeline Lilly, are set to make their team-up debut, this time with her in an actual suit. The first movie had set this up, but at that point, it is hard to know if the daughter of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), the original Ant-Man, would be using it eventually. At the time the movie was released, Evangeline was pregnant and wasn't able to fit in the suit, but she'd told fans she was hoping to make it work.

Being her second big break in show business, the first being ABC's "Lost," Evangeline almost seemed destined for something greater.

Of course, her suit is so far only proven capable of going smaller. We haven't seen it in action yet, but we did see her mother Janet Van Dyne's version in the backstory for the first film. Janet had gone subatomic and presumed lost when she and Hank Pym had tried to disarm a missile in flight.

Hank Pym eventually relented and let Hope have the suit

It wasn't until Scott Lang, a former criminal, proved that the polarity could be reversed to make him larger by far (see "Captain America: Civil War" for proof of this), that Hank Pym realized going subatomic wasn't the end of whoever wore the suit. He finally gave in and told Hope that the suit he'd kept locked up in secret was meant for her.

This wasn't revealed until the post-credits scene, so audiences had to keep their hindsides in the seat as usual to catch it.

The release schedule for the original 'Ant-Man' changed a lot

It was mostly due to Evangeline's involvement that Ultron's origin had to be changed. Hank Pym had created him in the comics, but they ended up making Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) the main man responsible for the villain's existence. This worked out for "Civil War," of course, giving Tony a more grounding reason to start taking responsibility and backing the actions of SHIELD.

The "Ant-Man and the Wasp" release date is expected to hit after the next "Avengers," actually meaning that after the all-out war with Thanos, Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne will go on. It's about as common sense as for whether or not Superman will be back after "Dawn of Justice."

Kevin Feige says 'Ant-Man, and the Wasp' could start filming in June

Plenty of other projects are still on the table, with "Black Panther," "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and "Avengers: Infinity War" all being at least in production or near finished. Marvel Cinematic Universe head Kevin Feige has stated that as long as everything stays on schedule, Paul and Evangeline's tag-team film will start shooting in June.