Along with Hank Pym(Michael Douglas) and Janet Van Dyne(Michelle Pfeiffer), Scott Lang(Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne(Evangeline Lilly) travel the Quantum Realm. There, they encounter with odd species and go on a journey that defies their preconceived notions of what is possible. Yes, Scott and his in-laws will engage on an adventure. Imagine how awkward will it be?
One of the big reasons Civil War worked in the comics was that almost every superhero (and certain villains) had to choose a side to fight on in the event. With Captain America: Civil War, the scale is toned down a lot, but there are still a lot of heroes fighting. In fact, there was going to be one more addition in the form of Evangiline Lilly as The Wasp, making her superhero debut as the Russo Brothers reveal to Collider:
The desire, and possibly need, to get more female characters into the true leading spotlight for both Marvel and DC is all too apparent. DC has a small lead as they’re bringing Wonder Woman to theaters next year, and Supergirl has her own TV show. Marvel though has Agent Carter on TV, and is bringing Captain Marvel to theaters. But for Marvel, the first headline female lead will be Hope Van Dyne, aka the Wasp. Who debuted in last years Ant-Man, and will share a movie with him in 2018. When asked by IGN whether The Wasp might get her own solo film, he responded thusly:
One of the big surprises from New York Comic Con was easily that not only was Ant-Man (which arrived this year to decent box office numbers) getting a sequel, in 2018 no less, but it’s billing was shifted so that The Wasp would be in the name.