Captivated audiences worldwide are all a buzz for the next spectacular offering from the record-breaking Marvel Cinematic Universe. The following MCU blockbuster lands in theaters July 6 with "Ant-Man and the Wasp," [VIDEO] the sequel to 2015’s "Ant-Man." Paul Rudd returns as our titular hero, Scott Lang, and Evangeline Lilly steps into the suit of The Wasp, Hope Van Dyne, the other half of the Lilliputian crime-fighting superhero team. Director Peyton Reed returns for this sequel, as well as Michael Douglas as Dr. Hank Pym, Hope’s father, and Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet Van Dyne, Hope’s mother.

Next, we take a look at the upcoming Marvel offering and some new characters that could mix things up for our heroes. A report by IMDB provided a number of the details used in this post.

Ant-Man's hiatus from the Marvel Universe

After Ant-Man’s participation in "Captain America: Civil War," Scott Lang takes a break for some soul searching to balance the unbelievable superhero life with the grounded family life. It is at this reasonable point for Lang when Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope Van Dyne come to Scott with a new mission, one sure to entertain and uncover secrets of their pasts. Ant-Man must also learn to work as a team with the Wasp, added to a healthy amount of witty dialogue between the two, and there are plenty of action-packed laughs to go around.

New movie, villains, and characters

To counter the crime-fighting duo, Marvel will introduce a brand new villain to the MCU, Ghost -- played by Hannah John Kamen. The Ghost initially appears in the Iron Man comics but pops up in "Ant-Man and the Wasp" as a teched out villain to add an element of danger to our diminutive protagonists and their crime-fighting mission.

Walton Goggins plays Sonny Burch, a weasely character also first seen in Iron Man comics, will Sonny be able to throw a wrench in the plans of our heroes? Laurence Fishburne plays Dr. Bill Foster, a star lab assistant that work on the Goliath program with Dr. Hank Pym. We will have to wait and see if Dr. Foster will be able to alter his size as Ant-Man does.

Audiences cannot wait for the next Marvel offering

Now that the tranquil lives of Ant-Man and the Wasp have been interrupted by our new villain and some other possibly dastardly character additions what secrets will they uncover about themselves, Dr. Pym, and Pym Technologies? Will Scott Lang be able to find the elusive balance between the exciting, action-packed superhero life, and the stable family life to be a better father to his daughter? We will certainly find out when "Ant-Man and the Wasp" hits theaters on July 6. Take the successful recipe of a sassy sidekick, biting sarcastic wit of the protagonist, and dry humor of Dr. Pym and the Marvel Cinematic Universe has another summer blockbuster ready to go with "Ant-Man and the Wasp."