Expect more from next month's Toy Fair.
Either some time travel is going on via Ant-Man's ability to enter the Quantum Realm, or he's using Tony Stark's B.A.R.F. technology - which allows the recreation of past events.
Fans were quick to discuss the exciting trailer, with one writing: "The MCU underdog returns", while another wrote: "After Black Panther premiered, Marvel Studios give us Ant Man and the Wasp teaser trailer..." Ant-Man's civilian alter ego, Scott Lang, questions his mentor, Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), upon witnessing the additional capabilities.
Joining the cast for the sequel is Michelle Pfeiffer who is set to play Janet van Dyne, mother of Hope (Lilly), who was the original Wasp.
But fret not. After watching today's first trailer for the Ant-Man sequel, it appears all the charm that made the first outing for Scott Lang and his friends a success is back in its follow-up as well.
Join host, and renowned ant-whisperer, Jessica Chobot, as she puts a microscope over the key Ant-Man and the Wasp moments, big and small. Starring alongside Rudd and Lilly are Michael Pena, Walton Goggins, Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer, Tip "T.I".
We also get our first look at Laurence Fishburne's character Bill Foster, as well as the Marvel villain Ghost, about 60 seconds into the trailer. Kevin Feige will produce with Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Stephen Broussard, Charles Newirth and Stan Lee executive producing.
While Peyton returns as director, Spider-Man Homecoming writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were tapped to write the screenplay, instead of Shaun of the Dead's Edgar Wright and Attack the Block's Joe Cornish, who wrote the 2015 film.
Ant-Man and The Wasp opens July 6 in theaters.