While the lucky people in Comic-Con's Hall H were the only ones to see the first footage from the upcoming Ant-Man movie, one visitor took to the drawing board with some recorded audio to show those who didn't get to see the footage what Marvel's next origin story will look like.
ComicBookMovie uncovered a video on Tuesday made by YouTuber Jahaziel Brito that features the actual audio from the Hall H footage of Ant-Man matched with storyboard images to give an idea of what the scene looked like.
The footage opens with Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) talking about superheroes with Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) calling them a "godd--- joke." The clip then cuts to Lang in full Ant-Man costume on top of a ledge about to ride an insect. The insect comes and Lang struggles to get a handle on riding the thing before Pym tells him to jump off and the screen goes to black.
Director Peyton Reed said that they shot the footage close to Comic-Con as a way to give fans a tease at what they could expect from the movie and from the two main characters. It also gave fans an idea of his vision with the big talk being about Edgar Wright's departure up to that point.
Ant-Man stars Rudd as Scott Lang, a thief, who with the help of his mentor Hank Pym must use the Ant-Man suit to deal with the growing threats. The film also stars Corey Stoll, Evangeline Lilly, and T.I.
It is set to open in theaters on July 17, 2015.