The latest iteration of ComicBook.com's #QuarantineWatchParty featured Marvel stars David Dastmalchian and Abby Ryder Fortson as MCU faithful around the world joined together to watch Ant-Man. The Paul Rudd-starring flick first debuted five years ago this summer and as the norm with massive Marvel blockbusters, all kinds of awesome behind-the-scenes tidbits continue surfacing years later. We've compiled some of the coolest tidbits shared by both Dastmalchian and Fortson, which you can find below.
If you're the next Quarantine Watch Party, it's a painless process. Get the movie we're watching ready to go and at the desired time, press play. For the next few hours, you can live-tweet the movie alongside thousands of like-minded individuals using the #QuarantineWatchParty hashtag on Twitter. The next movie on tap for the movement is Warner Brothers' Shazam! and we'll have director David F. Sandberg and four stars from the flick joining us Wednesday night, April 1st.
The Quarantine Watch Party offers plenty of reasons to stay home, be safe, and have fun together! The Quarantine Watch Party will be hosted by ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis, as well as other staff members including Adam Barnhardt, Evan Valentine, Megan Peters, Joseph Schmidt, and ComicBook Nation co-host Janell Wheeler. There will be more Quarantine Watch Party events throughout the week with additional guests and fun news, so be sure to follow Davis for the latest!
Some big-time Ant-Man secrets can be found below:
Corey Stoll Is Actually A Really, Really Nice Guy
Iconic Line Improvised
Thank you! One of my best improvs of all time (okay - probably my ONLY improv but hey...) https://t.co/nkcTwfZMkB— David Dastmalchian (@Dastmalchian) April 1, 2020
Fun Fact: Atlanta Gets Cold Sometimes
Pro Tip: Prepare for Disappointment
Probably the hardest thing at first was coming to accept that the audition to booking ratio was so overwhelmingly depressing. If an actor goes on 100 auditions and books ONE, they’re doing pretty great!— David Dastmalchian (@Dastmalchian) April 1, 2020
Lots of Practical Work
Hm not sure we shot in real houses-they build a lot of real sets!— Abby Ryder Fortson (@AbbyFortson) April 1, 2020
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