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'Ant-Man' Test Footage Finally Online...For Now [Movies]

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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10 comments:

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

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

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  3. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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