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‘The greatest DLC ever made’: Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man 3 Book Shown in the Movie Isn’t Fictional, Actually Exists in Real Life

'The greatest DLC ever made': Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man 3 Book Shown in the Movie Isn’t Fictional, Actually Exists in Real Life

Paul Rudd’s character Scott Lang of MCU, also widely known as the Ant-Man has released an autobiography about him in the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Shockingly Marvel Studios has announced that they will also release the book to the common public which they can avail from particular stores or online websites. This latest Ant-Man 3 movie will mark the beginning of Phase 5 leading up to interesting plotlines which had been somewhat missing in Phase 4.

Paul Rudd as Scott Lang
Paul Rudd as Scott Lang

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Scott Lang’s Autobiography in the Latest Ant-Man Movie

Scott Lang’s autobiography “Look Out for The Little Guy!” expresses his story of how he went from being a thief, time in prison, and divorced with a little daughter to being an Avengers who became one of the most important characters in MCU while defeating the Titan, Thanos. The book shares stories of his perspectives on battles he partook in, and his experience on how it feels and affects him while he shrinks down to the Quantum Realm. The book is about him being a superhero and an Avenger which also becomes a best seller, and Scott Lang is busy promoting the book in the beginning scenes of the movie.

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Paul Rudd as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man and Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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The book consists of over 20 short stories that explore the various dangerous situations he was in and how he got out of those problems. The book also shows his relationship with his daughter, and how he missed 5 years of her life when he was trapped in the Quantum Realm when half the population was blipped. Scott Lang was the final piece in defeating Thanos as he was the one who gave the idea to Tony Stark about the Quantum Realm and time travel as he went on to be one of the favorite MCU characters who was simply witty.

Paul Rudd’s Take On The Autobiography

A YouTube video was uploaded by Marvel Entertainment where Paul Rudd was promoting his new book, his autobiography. He shares many things in the video as he states, “This once movie prop is now an actual real-life book you can purchase wherever books are sold, how’s that for meta?”. He continues to state that this book will not only put some light on Scott Lang’s character but also Ant-Man in general. The book will have great details about how the Ant-Man works and why he decides to do good for the world though he was an ex-convict. Rudd also states that the book might change one’s life if he or she needs it.

Ant-man and the Wasp
Ant-man and the Wasp

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Ant-Man will play a very important role in Phases 5 and 6 as the main antagonist, Kang the Conqueror will be introduced in the latest Ant-Man movie which comes out soon. According to Kevin Feige, as he was the key character in defeating Thanos by preventing him from collecting all the Infinity Stones, it only makes sense to kick off the new phase with his movie.

Look Out for The Little Guy! is out for sale and can also be purchased online.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania will be available in theatres from 17 February 2023.

Source: Twitter

Written by Rajdeep Majumder

Rajdeep Majumder is a maniac for cold coffee besides being an avid CoD enthusiast and a student of Computer Science. On top of a budding investment in music and pop culture, Rajdeep now has an accumulated interest in the world of film and television. As an aspiring content writer, he can now boast of more than 100 published articles on Fandomwire under his byline. Looking ahead, he can envision himself backpacking across Europe within 5 years’ time.