I did four months of fittings to get that suit ideal.
"Do I have the most comfortable suit in the MCU, or have men not had the life experience of being uncomfortable for the sake of looking good?" she asked, holding up a high heel to highlight how women often suffer to look good.
So it's not just a narrative reason, but a metatextual reason: we've watched these heroes save the day for 10 years now, and we'll watch them see it through until the end. This is like normal.
And no, this isn't me perving on how good the athletic Lilly looks in a skin-tight suit, but rather the fact that we've often heard stories from the male Marvel stars about how uncomfortable it is to wear their superhero outfits. Empathy is a great word that you're saying and Ryan Coogler used to say something great when people would ask him, 'Will non-people of color be able to see this movie?' and he was like 'Yes. "You tune it out'".
Nor does multiplying those powers times two bring much to it, although Lilly makes a fine addition to Marvel's stable of heroes, even if she's left alternately staring into Scott's eyes, then rolling them at his silly antics a bit too often.
Regarding the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, which saw Ant-Man head off to Germany and get arrested without Wasp, Evangeline Lilly reveals as a result, Hope and Scott are no longer together. With just the snap of figures, Thanos ends the Avengers and numerous characters are killed off, including Olsen's Scarlet Witch, Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther, Tom Holland's Spider-Man, and Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange, among many other superheroes.
With Ant-Man and the Wasp, Marvel has beautifully crafted a hilarious, touching, and inspiring film for families. I think it's powerful. Gwyneth Paltrow said the same thing after her first time suiting up for Iron Man 3. Each of the characters seems to be wearing a gizmo on their wrists, which has been rumoured to be the new technology that allows them to travel through time. I love Tower, which is why I was like, "if we're gonna change Tower of Terror to something it's gotta be great" and I think Mission Breakout is incredible. For a female superhero to lead her own film.