Many people are thinking that Ant-Man is going to be a stupid movie because how could a hero called Ant-Man compete with superheroes like Thor, Hulk, and Iron Man. Even Paul Rudd's son said that he couldn't wait to see how stupid it would be as shown in the video below, but I'm going to explain why it'll be worth a watch.
One of the main reasons why Ant-Man will be great is because of it's amazing cast, including Corey Stoll who did an amazing job in the hit show, House of Cards, the beautiful and talented Evangeline Lilly, the legend Michael Douglas, and the man himself, Paul Rudd. Corey Stoll will be playing Darren Cross (A.K.A. Yellow Jacket, A.K.A. the bad guy). Evangeline Lilly will be playing Hope van Dyne. Michael Douglas will be playing Hank Pym. And Paul Rudd will be playing Scott Lang (A.K.A. Ant-Man, A.K.A. the good guy).
Not to mention, Paul Rudd is ripped, and I mean ripped. And he arguably has the best set of abs out of every other superhero ever because come on, how many other superheroes do you know have an 8 pack? But his body isn't the only thing that is going to make him an amazing Ant-Man. The second thing is his comedic abilities. We've seen from his roles in movies like, Anchor Man, and, I Love You Man, that Paul Rudd is very capable of being hilarious. And lastly, we all know he is capable of pulling off a more serious role.
Furthermore, this movie will be a great addition to the Marvel cinematic universe for multiple reasons. One being that is has a great combination of serious parts, comedy, and of course action, including more emotional scenes involving Scott's daughter. Secondly, Ant-Man be a great tie in with other superheroes in the Avendures, not to mention that Paul Rudd's ant Man will be in the upcoming movie, Captain America 3, Civil War, as he stated in the video below.
Third reason being that Falcon was shown making an appearance in the movie, as shown in the Mexican trailer below.
Overall, this should be a solid movie, and although they don't follow the original story 100 percent, (which I'm sure upsets some of my fellow comic book lovers) it still doesn't take anything away from the movie it'self. And when has any other Marvel movie followed the s original story 100 percent? But of course, these are just my opinions based on my personal knowledge and live for movies. And just to get your juices flowing, here's a trailer.