During the D23 Expo held in Anaheim this past weekend, John Lasseter quashed rumors that Pixar was looking at Marvel’s Ant-Man for a possible movie.

“I had met all the folks from Marvel a couple of times and they’re terrific,” says Lasseter, a man of few words regarding Pixar’s interest in Marvel properties, “The whole ‘Ant-Man’ thing is just a rumor.”

Not off the table is the possibility that Monsters, Inc. and the Incredibles would be returning to the big screen with sequels for each.

via Coming Soon


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  1. My understanding was that there had been an Ant-Man live action to be made as part of the Avengers lead-in but it seems to have been shelved.

    As Ant-Man wasn’t an original member anyway (by that name at least and depending on if we’re talking Henry or Scott) I don’t know that it mattered.

    Ant-Man would require constant special effects. It would be easier to do via animation.

    Either way, I’d like to see it made.

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