ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA is ready to escape the quantum realm on both digital and physical home release and we had the chance to scope out a hosted review copy. One thing that’s unfortunately consistent with all Marvel home releases is that they typically feel a little on the lighter side and that trend continues in full force here. Here’s a look at everything you’ll get with this release…


There are two main featurettes that combined together form a sort of making-of documentary. In total, they only add up to less than 20 minutes but there is a bunch of great movie-magic shots packed in. All in the Family is the first piece and it features cast and crew discussing the awkward and uncomfortable, fun and wonderful, dynamics of family that come into play during this chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Formidable Foes is a longer piece where cast and crew — including Kevin Fiege — return again to talk about the special characters that featured prominently including Jonathan Majors’s Kang the Conqueror, Bill Murray’s Lord Krylar, and Corey Stoll’s MODOK. For the latter, in particular, it was really interesting to see the behind-the-scenes magic that they used to bring the character

Fans will at least get some more in-depth details with an Audio Commentary by director Peyton Reed and writer Jeff Loveness.

There’s only two delete scenes and they are unfortunately presented without any sort of filmmaker notes or commentary. Worse, they are alternate cuts of scenes that did end up in the movie. Below are their official descriptions.

  • Drink The Ooze – Upon entering the Quantum Realm, Scott Lang nervously drinks the ooze.
  • I Have Holes – Veb expresses great excitement when he discovers he finally has holes.

A good Gag Reel is are always a fun part of the movie-making experience and it’s no surprise that even in the more serious of the three Ant-Man and the Wasp films that the silliness factor dials it up to 11. A funny improve outtke with the characters discussing Michelle Pfiefer’s previous roles is a good chuckle.

See it for Yourself

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA is now available on digital on physical in 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.