Ant-Man and the Wasp will feature some truly creative uses of Pym's technology, and a perfect example of that can be found in Pym's lab.
Hank Pym has leveraged his Pym Particles in some fascinating ways, and an eagle-eyed fan managed to spot exactly how Pym powers his impressive laboratory. If you look at the image below, focus on the right-hand side and you can see the words Duracell through the window. That's right, Pym used his tech to make a giant Duracell battery, and that is what powers his laboratory.
You can see the image below.
If you caught the full trailer, you know that is far from the only creative use of Pym Particles during the film, confirming what Ant-Man and the Wasp director Peyton Reed teased earlier in the production process.
"We've actually been holed up in the room writing the movie — myself, Paul Rudd, Adam McKay, Andrew Barrer and Gab Ferrari," Reed told ComicBook.com. "So we're formulating the whole structure of the movie. And I can't really tell you too much yet, except there are going to be things in this movie that you’ve never seen in any movie before. It's going to be nuts!"
He wasn't wrong. Name another movie where someone literally shrinks their entire office building into suitcase size and then stores it in their van or a movie that features a Hello Kitty Pez dispenser being enlarged and thrown at two bikers. That's right, you can't, and that doesn't even include the sequence where Wasp shrinks down, dodges a kitchen knife, flies towards her opponent and then decks him as she shifts to normal size.
You can experience all that and more craziness when Ant-Man and the Wasp
Ant-Man and the Wasp