Ant-Man and The Wasp: A SHIELD agent at the casting?

Cinema 13 July, 2017

A new actor has just joined the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp. And, surprise, according to the information circulating, it could be that he plays a agent of SHIELD!

It is not because this brave Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) has become a little discreet lately that he completely disappeared from the MCU! On the contrary, he plans to return in full form in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Always directed by Peyton Reed, who directed the first opus of his solo adventures, the film should explore the transformation of Hope van Dyne (Evangline Lilly) into a super heroine. The young woman seemed to intend to follow her mother’s footsteps, as we had seen in a post-generic scene in the first film. Ant-Man and the Wasp, whose start date has been unveiled, will allow us to go back to the adventure with our favorite characters, at the head of which is the hilarious Luis (Michael Peña). But it will also make us get acquainted with any new protagonists. Besides, it may well be that one of them is none other than an agent of SHIELD! Because yes, the meltynauts, a new actor has just joined the cast of Ant-Man and the Wasp in the person of Randall Park and, according to the information circulating, his character would be intimately linked to the famous organization!

In fact, it seems that Randall Park, which we could cross in Veep but also in the completely barred The Interview, will lend his features to Jimmy Woo, a agent of SHIELD. And if this name is unknown to you, know that it is part of the universe Marvel since a long time since it appeared in the comics from the late 1950s. Originally FBI member, Jimmy Woo ended up Join the SHIELD and even helped to push the Skrulls back into the crossover “Secret Invasion”. So does that mean that Randall Park will actually be a SHIELD agent? Hard to say, the organization of Nick Fury has not been mentioned in the movies since his fall in Captain America: The Soldier of Winter. Obviously, this could change soon. But on the other hand, it’s also possible that “Jimmy Choo” is only a name in the form of a wink and that the character of Randall Park has finally nothing to do with the Jimmy Choo of the comics. But admit that it would be amusing that the famous organizations of the MCU and other than the superhero associations, such as Damage Control discovered in Spider-Man: Homecoming, also have the right to appear a little more often Screen!