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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania 25Th Amendment Dementia Joe Needs To Go shirt director Peyton Reed gave fans a hint of where Cassie Lang is in her MCU journey as Kathryn Newton takes over the role. Newton is set to make her MCU debut in Ant-Man 3 as a more grown-up version of Scott Lang’s daughter, Cassie, who’s played a key role in both prior movies as Scott found his way as a hero and a father. Initially played by young actress Abby Ryder Fortson in Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp, the role was then aged up by five years as Emma Furhman played the role in Avengers: Endgame, although the Newton recast was announced in late 2020 for the threequel. While fans have seen Cassie grow from a small child into a full-blown teenager since she first debuted in the MCU in 2015, her exact age has never been set in stone as her relationship with Scott developed on and off-camera. Now, as the character evolves into a superhero for the first time, fans have been given a hint at where exactly she is in her journey toward adulthood.
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Speaking with the Nerdhunter YouTube channel 25Th Amendment Dementia Joe Needs To Go shirt Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania director Peyton Reed revealed how old Cassie Lang is when fans see her in the MCU threequel. Reed first looked back to starting his work on the Ant-Man franchise with star Paul Rudd, as both of them wondered whether fans would be able to relate to a character that’s “kind of a regular person:” “It’s really gratifying because, when Paul and I started on the first movie, it was a question of ‘Will audiences accept Paul Rudd as a superhero? Will people accept Ant-Man, a guy who shrinks and controls ants, as a character?’ And they have, and that’s really gratifying, and I think audiences relate to Scott Lang because he doesn’t have superpowers, he’s not a super-scientist, he’s not a billionaire. He’s kind of a regular person who just happens to get caught up in these adventures. But I think we’ve all grown in kind of what we want to do with the movies and how we see the character, sort of the family dynamics.” Reed then went on to say that Cassie Lang will be turning 18 years old in the upcoming threequel, with a central theme being how much time Scott has missed and now wanting to spend as much time with his daughter as possible. Of course, some of that bonding time will come in a battle with Kang the Conqueror as Cassie also works to “find her voice as a hero:” “To us, after the events of ‘[Avengers:] Infinity War’ and ‘[Avengers:] Endgame’, it really occurred to us that…Cassie’s going to be 18 in this movie! That’s great! The whole theme is time, and how much time he’s missed, and his main motivation is just, ‘I want time with my daughter.’ And now, he’s coming into contact with the villain of this movie, Kang the Conqueror, who sort of has dominion over time. What does that mean to them? But I love the idea of Scott still relating to Cassie as a kid, but she’s not. She’s a young adult now, she has her own ideas about what it means to do good in the world, and she’s trying to find her voice as a hero, and she can also be a little critical of her father.”