Ant-Man and the Wasp allowed Evangeline Lilly to get in on the superhero action for the first time as Hope van Dyne. That required her to get her own superhero costume, and Lilly says that took some real effort.
Lilly has revealed a photo from her final fitting session for the Wasp’s costume. It took months for Marvel to get the costume to fit just right.
Take a look below.
"Well, the first time I put on the suit, it didn’t fit," Lilly said. "So, it was very anticlimactic. It was like this is gonna be --
"So it was four months of in and out of suits, fitting and tweaking. Tapering at the right spots and letting out at the right spots and making everything fit like a glove to my body, which is very, very difficult, and our costume team
Despite the long process, Lilly was pleased with the final result.
“She has miraculously made my legs look a longer than they really are, which was one of my first requests," Lilly said. "Once it was perfect, once the suit came to a place where we all -- where I put it on and you could feel everyone in the room went 'Oh, there she is'. That was f*****’ cool, and then it was like they couldn't get it off of me. I was like, no, just let me wear it a little longer, and I’m dancing around the room. I should've been fighting around the room, but I’m not actually the Wasp but I’m Evangeline Lilly. Hi, I dance."0comments
Ant-Man and the Wasp