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How That NSFW Ant-Man And Thanos Theory Became MCU Canon

When the first preview voyages for Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Wish, took to the ocean, there was an interesting and slightly disturbing piece of Marvel Cinematic Universe information given to the world. During the Worlds of Marvel dining experience, Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and Evangeline Lilly (Wasp) appear in a pre-taped presentation to give a demonstration of quantum science. Of course, not before Rudd’s Scott Lang puts his foot in his mouth, though.

As previously reported, Lang touches on a fan-favorite MCU theory. Why didn’t Ant-Man simply shrink himself down, enter the butt of Thanos, and then turn giant, thus eliminating the mad titan? “I’ve heard a lot of chatter out there asking why I didn’t shrink down, go in, and kill Thanos in a really creative way,” he said in the video. “First of all, gross. Secondly, it’s much more complicated than that.” Of course, that’s where Wasp cuts him off.

How, exactly, did that end up in a Disney-sanctioned piece of MCU canon, though? Strangely enough, you can thank Loki executive producer Michael Waldron for it.

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