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‘Ant-Man 3’ Director Peyton Reed Shares Set Photo Revealing the Sequel Will Use ‘The Mandalorian’ Technology

The Marvel film will equip the same Stagecraft tech used on the Disney+ series. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania director Peyton Reed has shared a behind-the-scenes image from the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster, teasing that the production will be utilizing the same Stagecraft technology used by Lucasfilm to bring the roster of Star Wars Disney+ exclusives to life.Cameras are set to start rolling on the superhero threequel at the end of this month at England’s Pinewood Studios before the cast and crew eventually make their way stateside to continue filming at Marvel Studios’ domestic home base in Atlanta, with principal photography lasting until September.Of course, Reed is more than familiar with Stagecraft, having helmed two episodes of The Mandalorian including the explosive Season 2 finale, and the immersive soundstage will no doubt be key in bringing the weird and wonderful world of the Quantum Realm to life.
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Amazon Reportedly Wants Evangeline Lilly To Return For Lord Of The Rings Show and 'Ant-Man 3' director Peyton Reed confirms Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will share equal billing: 'They're a partnership'

Amazon Reportedly Wants Evangeline Lilly To Return For Lord Of The Rings Show and 'Ant-Man 3' director Peyton Reed confirms Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will share equal billing: 'They're a partnership'. Last News:. 'Ant-Man 3' director Peyton Reed confirms Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will share equal billing: 'They're...

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Director Peyton Reed Celebrates Valentine's Day With a Photo Tease

Many Marvel fans are eager to see Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which will be the next step in the adventures of Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne after the epic events of Avengers: Endgame. The two characters have fleshed out their romantic connection over the events of the Ant-Man films, and Avengers: Endgame revealed that they were now cozying up and shown with Scott's daughter Cassie, who will also be playing a major role in the next Ant-Man and the Wasp movie. And in the spirit of love that is at the heart of this Marvel Studios franchise, director Peyton Reed is here to celebrate.

Peyton Reed Considering Actor Cut Twice From Ant-Man Movies For Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania director Peyton Reed has announced a new 'casting pick' for the Ant-Man threequel: actor Tom Scharpling. You may not know Scharpling by name, but he's actually a longtime Marvel Cinematic Universe veteran: Scharpling has appeared in both Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp, only to have his scenes in both films deleted. Reed made the announcement of Scharpling's "casting" in Ant-Man 3 in a tweet celebrating the actor's birthday: "I am very proud to announce that I am considering Tom Scharpling for a possible role in my new motion picture ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA. Happy Birthday, ⁦@scharpling⁩. Fingers crossed!"

Mark Hamill Thanks Peyton Reed For “Unexpected Opportunity” To Feature Luke Skywalker In ‘The Mandalorian’ Finale

The Mandalorian‘s second season came to an end nearly a month ago, but the buzz and excitement around the finale continues to unfurl well into the new year. Directed by Ant-Man helmer Peyton Reed, The Mandalorian season two finale sees new faces of the Star Wars franchise come together with the classic characters that started the whole thing. After journeying with the titular character, The Child (a.k.a. Baby Yoda or Grogu) joins Luke Skywalker (a CGI’ed version of Mark Hamill) and R2-D2 to train in the ways of the Jedi.
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After The Mandalorian’s Finale, Mark Hamill Pens Heartfelt Message To Director Peyton Reed

The Mandalorian Season 2 left Star Wars fans floored with its action-packed and emotional season finale. But the biggest surprise was the inclusion of Luke Skywalker, who arrived to take Grogu (Baby Yoda) in order to begin the small alien’s Jedi training. Of course, the iconic character was portrayed by a de-aged Mark Hamill, who has since been expressing gratitude for getting to reprise this iteration of Skywalker. The finale, “Chapter 16: The Rescue,” was helmed by Ant-Man director Peyton Reed and, after the filmmaker paid tribute to Hamill, the actor sent him a heartfelt message in return.
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Why The Mandalorian Director Peyton Reed Couldn’t Turn Down the Season 2 Finale

The Mandalorian director Peyton Reed says he felt an "extreme sense of responsibility" when helming the blockbuster season 2 finale — and he couldn't live with himself if he turned it down. In "Chapter 16: The Rescue," written by showrunner Jon Favreau, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and his allies mount a daring rescue mission taking them aboard Moff Gideon's (Giancarlo Esposito) Imperial light cruiser. Their charge: find and reclaim Grogu, the Force-sensitive child stolen from Djarin on the planet Tython. After stepping into the Star Wars galaxy with The Mandalorian season 2 episode "Chapter 10: The Passenger," the Ant-Man filmmaker describes returning to helm the action-packed season finale:
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Peyton Reed Thanks Star Wars Fans for Reaction To The Mandalorian Season 2 Finale

It's been nearly a week since the finale of The Mandalorian Season 2, and fans are still debating a lot of the epic twists and turns within the episode. A lot of the cast and crew of the Disney+ series - including some of the more surprising cameo appearances - have been speaking out about the warm responses they received since the episode aired. Peyton Reed, who helmed the episode, is just the latest to do so, tweeting his thanks to the Star Wars fandom for their kind thoughts, and saying that their reactions to the finale have been "overwhelming".
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“Ant-Man” Director Peyton Reed Returns to Direct the Season Finale of The Mandalorian

In an interview with Extra TV's Cheslie Kryst, Pedro Pascal confirmed that the season finale of The Mandalorian was directed by Peyton Reed. For weeks fans of The Mandalorian have speculated about the identity of the director for the season two finale. Some speculated that it could have been shrouded in mystery because George Lucas himself was set to direct the episode, some wondered if it could be Rian Johnson, while others assumed that it would Jon Favreau or another repeat director. Of course, the season two fact sheet, provided by Disney+, only listed seven directors for eight episodes.

The Mandalorian Finale is Directed by Ant-Man's Peyton Reed

We’re finally down to the last episode of The Mandalorian, and one thing fans are curious about is who directed the episode. As it turns out, it was someone who had already helmed a released chapter. Talking to ExtraTV (via DiscussingFilm), Pedro Pascal has revealed that the director of the...