Paul Rudd graces new character poster for Marvel’s Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Paul Rudd graces new character poster for Marvel’s Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Paul Rudd was primed for his next adventure in newly released character posters for his upcoming superhero film, Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania.

The 53-year-old actor showed off his chiseled looks in a swirling image reminiscent of the quantum realm he and his friends and family will explore in the new film.

Also appearing on the new poster are Rudd’s co-stars Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathryn Newton and Jonathan Majors.

Majors was the focus of a new teaser trailer released on the same day, which highlighted his struggle in the Quantum Realm as he tried to escape it with the help of Rudd’s Ant-Man.

New look: Paul Rudd, 53, has been primed for his next adventure in newly released character posters for his upcoming superhero film Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Rudd was pictured from the chest up on the new poster, wearing his distinctive red and black suit that allows his character, Scott Lang, to shrink to the size of subatomic particles or grow as tall as a skyscraper.

Lily, who plays his love interest and fellow superhero Wasp, sported a worried expression and a stylishly messy pixie cut while wearing her yellow and black suit with dragonfly-like wings.

The posters include the reunited couple Hank Pym (Michael Douglas, who plays the original Ant-Man) and Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), his wife who was stuck in the insane Quantum Realm for three decades.

The Majors poster highlights the prominent scars on his character’s face, including dagger-like marks running from his forehead to his eyes and then down his cheeks.

Headliner: Evangeline Lily, who plays his love interest and fellow superhero Wasp, sported a worried expression and a stylishly messy pixie cut

Headliner: Evangeline Lily, who plays his love interest and fellow superhero Wasp, sported a worried expression and a stylishly messy pixie cut

Older Generation: Among the posters is Hank Pym (Michael Douglas, who plays the original Ant-Man) Returned: They also feature Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), his wife who was stuck in the insane Quantum Realm for three decades

Older Generation: The posters include the reunited couple Hank Pym (Michael Douglas, who plays the original Ant-Man) and Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer), his wife who was stuck in the insane Quantum Realm for three decades

Striking: The Jonathan Majors poster highlights his character's prominent facial scars, including dagger-like marks running from his forehead to his eyes and then down his cheeks

Striking: The Jonathan Majors poster highlights his character’s prominent facial scars, including dagger-like marks running from his forehead to his eyes and then down his cheeks

New Face Rounding out the character posters is actress Kathryn Newton, who makes her debut with Marvel and the Ant-Man series as Lang's teenage daughter, Cassie Lang

New Face Rounding out the character posters is actress Kathryn Newton, who makes her debut with Marvel and the Ant-Man series as Lang’s teenage daughter, Cassie Lang

Rounding out the character posters is actress Kathryn Newton, who is making her Marvel and Ant-Man series debut as Lang’s teenage daughter, Cassie Lang.

The character has been portrayed by various actresses in previous Ant-Man films and Avengers: Endgame, and Newton is now taking on the role as an adult.

Though previous trailers showed her unknowingly sucking her father, Wasp, Hank and Janet into the Quantum Realm using a flawed technology, the new teaser released on Tuesday dives squarely into the conflict with Kang.

‘It’s okay. Breathe,” Ant-Man instructs his hyperventilating daughter after they have shrunk into the mysterious subatomic realm.

He is dressed in a suit but she is only wearing a casual t-shirt.

Janet, who is a veteran of the Quantum Realm, then proceeds to show the group her surreal sights while Kang sounds sinister in the voiceover.

The Villain: Though previous trailers have shown her unknowingly sucking her father, Wasp, Hank and Janet into the Quantum Realm using a flawed technology, the new teaser released Tuesday dives squarely into the conflict with Kang

The Villain: Though previous trailers have shown her unknowingly sucking her father, Wasp, Hank and Janet into the Quantum Realm using a flawed technology, the new teaser released Tuesday dives squarely into the conflict with Kang

Take it easy:

Take it easy: “It’s fine. Breathe,” Ant-Man instructs his hyperventilating daughter after they have shrunk into the mysterious subatomic realm

Tour: Janet, who is a veteran of the Quantum Realm, then proceeds to show the group her surreal sights while Kang sounds sinister in the voiceover

Tour: Janet, who is a veteran of the Quantum Realm, then proceeds to show the group her surreal sights while Kang sounds sinister in the voiceover

“This place is not what you think it is. It’s a cage,” he says of the quantum realm. “But we can help each other.”

The trailer reveals that the realm is home to stunning technological advances, as futuristic cities are depicted.

Kang is then seen in close-up while his helmet and a blue shield protecting his face are removed.

“He’s a monster,” Janet warns. ‘You can’t trust him.’

Mysterious:

Mysterious: “This place is not what you think it is. It’s a cage,” says Kang of the quantum realm. “But we can help each other”

Close-Up: Kang is then seen in a close-up as his helmet and a blue shield protecting his face withdraw

Close-Up: Kang is then seen in a close-up as his helmet and a blue shield protecting his face withdraw

Vision:

Vision: “I’m just a man,” says Kang. “But I know how it ends”

“I’m just a man,” says Kang, seeming to defend himself. “But I know how it ends.”

Ant-Man then says, “I don’t care what he can do – he’s not coming out.”

He is then seen engaging in a brutal hand-to-hand combat with Kang.

“You thought you could win,” says the villain, taunting Ant-Man.

“I don’t need to win,” replies the bloodied avenger while wrestling with Kang. “We both just have to lose.”

Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters on February 17th.

Containment: Ant-Man then says,

Containment: Ant-Man then says, “I don’t care what he can do—he can’t get out.”

Showdown: He is then seen engaging in brutal hand-to-hand combat with Kang.

Showdown: He is then seen engaging in brutal hand-to-hand combat with Kang. “You thought you could win,” says the villain, taunting Ant-Man

Fatalistic:

Fatalistic: “I don’t need to win,” replies the bloodied Avenger while wrestling with Kang. “We both have to lose”

Coming soon: Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters on February 17

Coming soon: Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania hits theaters on February 17