ComicBook.com dived even further into the Marvel Cinematic Universe tonight with our latest Quarantine Watch Party which featured a unified viewing of Marvel Studios' Phase Two caper, Ant-Man! Host Brandon Davis and some of our other staff members took to Twitter like a line of ants and synched-up from afar thanks to nationwide social distancing. We also had a special guest with Ant-Man stars David Dastmalchian and little Cassie Lang herself, Abby Ryder Fortson as they offered insight into the making of the film and their favorite moments on set. As usual we've collected the best reactions and memes from tonight's Ant-Man Quarantine Watch Party below!
Our Quarantine Watch Party events have become a weeknight staple for fans around the country. So far the parties have included joint viewings of Captain America: Civil War, Thor: Ragnarok, Bloodshot, Birds of Prey, Doctor Strange, and Deadpool, all of which created Twitter trends before the movies came to an end. As fans of these movies are missing going to the movies and Comic Con events around the world they are connecting with new friends with similar interests and having a fun, safe time enjoying popular movies.
The next edition of Quarantine Watch Party is scheduled to begin Wednesday at 9 PM with a stacked screening of Shazam! Director David F. Sandberg tweeting along with co-stars Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Cooper Andrews, and Marta Milans! Check back here for more details on the next events and participate in the live-tweeting to see yourself featured on the next roundup!
Thanks for making us all feel old
It sure is
Where is the lie
We're all trying to be like that
Strawberry by the looks of it
I doubt it but we could probably squeeze an article out of that
okay but what if it was
Rats only live 1-2 years its not the rat #QuarantineWatchParty— Talia 👌 (@talbroo20) April 1, 2020
Nothing wrong with that
Think about this a lot
It's all connected
Thomas had never seen such a mess
He's still out there....somewhere
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