Right off the bat, we see that life post-Endgame is pretty good for Scott (Paul Rudd). Heck, he's even employee of the month at Baskin-Robbins! Though, he's still being mistaken for Spider-Man from time to time.
However, the multiverse will always be in need of heroes, which is what inspired Scott's daughter, Cassie (Kathryn Newton), to create a signal for the Quantum Realm to use in case they ever need their help.
However, no good deed goes unpunished, and the whole crew is quickly sucked into the Quantum Realm, where they're swiftly warned that not everything is as it seems.
Most importantly, the trailer ends with a tease that we will, in fact, be seeing more of Kang (Jonathan Majors), making this the film that will likely put a neat little bow on Phase 4, finally tying all of the chaos together.
Oh, and also, Bill Murray is officially in the MCU! (I didn't know where else in the post to mention this!)
The trailer itself is impeccable, giving us just enough information about the story, while still leaving us like, "Okay...but huh?" Also, unrelated but related, it's a great use of Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
So, there you have it! Be sure to catch all the mania when Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters Feb. 17, 2023!