But my friend Lee G. Lovett said that the trailer is still definitely worth checking out even if you are just a casual fan of the superhero movie genre. (Or subgenre since it is considered a subset of science-fiction)
The scant teaser only runs about 18 seconds and it does a bit more to promote Agent Carter than Ant-Man. The trailer tells everyone who wants to learn more about what the Ant-Man film features needs to see the longer teaser trailer during the June 6 debut of the Agent Carter mini-series.
Does that mean we learn nothing about Ant-Man during the brief teaser debut?
The brief glimpse we do see of the film presents a lot of action. No surprise there. You are always going to get a lot of action in a Marvel film. (The studio learned its lesson after the debacle of The Hulk) Audiences also get a glimpse of the sweeping nature of the film and it is clear this project is no rush job. The Marvel movie team definitely put a lot of effort into work into this project.
Unfortunately, we do not get to see the main character in his Ant-Man getup. Surely, we will when the full teaser trailer debuts.