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We are about a week away from Marvel's last film of the year which is set to pave the way for [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) next year and ultimately [The Avengers: Infinity War](tag:738027)! The Marvel heroes are very well some of the most amazing character put on the big screen but just how much can you relate to them? I mean think about Tony Stark being a genius, billionaire, and playboy isn't exactly a normal lifestyle many of us have or anyone we know. Then you have Captain America and although he did start off as a normal guy he was in the end genetically enhanced with the serum. I don't even have to go in depth with the Norse god Thor or the monster that is Bruce Banner and even the lethal duo that are Hawkeye and Black Widow! Ant-Man is set to be a character that you can relate to in the Marvel Cinematic Universe according to Paul Rudd in an interview with IGN.

He has no superhero background, he wasn’t born with any kind of ability, but what he’s going through, and what the story is really dealing with, are things that every single one of us have to deal with. We all have parents, some of us have children, but we all want to try and live as best we can and make the best choices we can in our lives.
Not every hero is relatable
Not every hero is relatable

Its great to hear that Scott Lang will be a character that the audiences can really relate to. I mean its awesome to have the super beings and heroes defending the Earth but having someone like Scott Lang is a great mix to the pot. The idea of Lang choosing to turn his life around for his family is sure to make the movie something else entirely. This is the ultimate chance for Scott to turn his life as a thief around and become a real hero. Its a real big scenario but in a way people will be able to relate to the movie in the aspect of the choices and changes we can make in our life don't have to stick with us. Its a story of redemption and being a hero not only to the world but to those close to you.

That's how we feel about you, Ant-Man.
That's how we feel about you, Ant-Man.

I think its great for the Ant-Man movie giving it so many elements because its not just a movie about a man who can shrink to the size of an Ant. There's the various family issues we can pick up from the trailer, the redemption for Scott Land, the heist they have to pull, of course the teacher and student element, and then on top of all that its a superhero movie in the end! I'm starting to think Marvel's smallest hero could very well have the biggest movie from Phase 2. This movie is said to interconnect the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe and build a bridge that leads into Civil War so we have a lot to be excited for.

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Small guy.
Small guy.
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