Speculation had been all over the place on whether we would finally get to see Ant-Man footage early in 2015, and it proved true. Just grab a magnifying glass.

Well done, Marvel. An amazing technique to tie in to the film while also making fans get up close to their screens and squint watching the teaser over and over trying to make out what is happening on the screen.

Thankfully the Major Spoilers R&D Department has been working on scaling technology so we can get a better view. Unfortunately we don’t have CSI: Miami type money so me shouting “enhance!” at my computer hasn’t made it any clearer.

We certainly don’t learn much from these blurry images besides maybe we should just wait till Tuesday when we can see the clear images that Marvel would rather us look at.

Marvel should absolutely put some part of Ant Man in this super small format to at least start the film. Maybe the opening Marvel cinematic, just to screw with the audience.

Look for the full Ant-Man teaser up on Major Spoilers on Tuesday.

via Marvel

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  1. Alisha
    January 3, 2015 at 4:54 pm — Reply

    “Marvel should absolutely put some part of Ant Man in this super small format to at least start the film. Maybe the opening Marvel cinematic, just to screw with the audience.”

    Cartoon Network did something along those lines when the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie came out, where the majority of the movie was shown over the course of the night in a tiny box in the corner of the TV (although sound and captions were for the shows actually airing on the rest of the screen). I bet Marvel could do something like that with this movie being played on a tiny, tiny corner of the TV screen, maybe during a special two episode airing of Agents of SHIELD.

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