Taking to Instagram on Monday, May 31, the Oscar-nominated actor uploaded a video of herself walking – then jogging, and then running – on a treadmill as she promised her followers that her character Janet van Dyne will be "ready to enter the Quantum Realm this summer."
"Go Mama!" Evangeline Lilly, who plays Janet's daughter Hope, aka the Wasp, commented.
As it stands, not all that much is known about the plot of the follow-up, which is officially titled Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. (So we know to expect some microscopic missions).
We're also aware that Pfeiffer, 63, and Lilly will be joined on screen by fellow returning players Michael Douglas, Michael Peña and, of course, Paul Rudd. Franchise newbies Jonathan Majors (Lovecraft Country) and Kathryn Newton (The Society) are also onboard, as Kang the Conqueror and Cassie Lang, respectively.
"I'm going to do my best to be the best superhero of all time," Newton previously told ET Online, suggesting that her Cassie – replacing Emma Fuhrmann's from Avengers: Endgame – will be taking down bad guys alongside her father Scott (Rudd).
Production is expected to kick off this July, ahead of the movie's February 17, 2023 release.
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