Following the huge success of "Avengers: Age of Ultron", Marvel Cinematic Universe has been relentlessly promoting the upcoming "Ant-Man", which is scheduled to release on 17 July, 2015.
Fans are speculating on what storyline of the shrinking superhero will be used in the Paul Rudd starrer. Meanwhile, director Payton Reed revealed the ending of "Ant-Man". Reed posted on Twitter, "In a major act of self-sabotage, I have decided to spoil the ending of ANT-MAN. Here it is, in two parts."
The director posted screenshots of comic strips from the 1989 comic book, "Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe". In the series, parody cartoonist Fred Hemback invented a comical avatar for death, called Crackers, who killed all the superheroes of Marvel comically.
According to this series, Crackers finds "Ant-Man" aka Scott Lang, who was battling super-villain Water Wizard aka Aqueduct, and helps Water Wizard knock out the little hero using a water spigot. An old lady finds "Ant-Man" drenched on her lawn and decides to warm him up in a microwave. "Ant-Man" explodes off-panel as Crakers travels to Asgard during Ragnarok to play a Clash album in concert.
This, obviously is a joke from Reed; and hopefully, the fans are entertained by the self-deprecating humour of "Ant-Man".
In a major act of self-sabotage, I have decided to spoil the ending of ANT-MAN. Here it is, in two parts. Part One: pic.twitter.com/PEAQSIrStz
— Peyton Reed (@MrPeytonReed) May 11, 2015