At last year's Comic-Con, director Edgar Wright screened some test footage for his upcoming movie Ant-Man. Unlike most videos, though, he didn't allow the video to be released to the general public. Any websites that uploaded the actual footage quickly got a takedown notice, so there was no reliable source we could link to.

Now someone has made a copy of the footage that's so crappy that maybe the studio will let it stay online. And I have to say, even this crappy, it looks pretty cool. Here it is:

But just in case that one gets taken down too, here's a version that one enterprising fellow calling himself Samurai Jack recreated in storyboard format. You can't take this one down, Marvel! Power to the people!

[Via Movieweb]

What did you think of the test footage? Are you looking forward to Ant-Man?
[Image Source: Movieweb]

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Tony Laplume said...

Edgar Wright makes the whole idea of an Ant-Man movie more intriguing than it should be.

MedeiaSharif said...

I'm not familiar with Ant-Man, but this does look interesting.

Shannon Lawrence said...

I have to be honest and say I'm not familiar with Ant-Man, but it could definitely be an interesting comic/action flick. I'm always a fan of those. Well, almost always.

Shannon at The Warrior Muse

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Agree with Tony! And it appeared he took out the Men in Black.

Pat Dilloway said...

Who would win in a fight, Ant-Man or the Atom?

Nigel Mitchell said...

Atom, I think. Atom can turn himself microscopic and mess with your atomic structure. I don't think Ant-Man can get that small

Nigel Mitchell said...

Ant-Man is definitely not one of the higher level superheroes, so I'm surprised they managed to make him look formidable.

Nigel Mitchell said...

I agree. I'm surprised by how cool this came out

Nigel Mitchell said...

LOL, they neuralyzed him

Colin Biggs said...

Cool concept, but I wonder when how the rest of the film's tone will be. Hot Fuzz?


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