Quantumania Made An Ant-Man Quantum Realm Plot Hole Even Worse

Though the third installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Ant-Man series, took movie audiences on a wild journey to the Quantum Realm, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania made an existing plot hole worse. Unlike the previous two Ant-Man films, Doctor Strange, and Avengers: Endgame, which only featured a snippet of this tiny universe that exists outside of time and space, Quantumania finally explained the fullness and depth of the MCU's Quantum Realm. Unfortunately, in showing movie-watchers such a world, Quantumania triples down on a plot hole that was set up in the first film when scientist Hank Pym explains how the Pym Particles function.
Introduced in 2015's Ant-Man, Pym Particles give a person the ability to shrink to the size of an ant or smaller. Viewers learn that in 1987, Hank's wife, Janet, used the Pym Particles to go subatomic so that she could disarm a Soviet missile headed for the United States. Janet's actions left her stranded in the Quantum Realm for three decades until Hank inserted Pym Particles in a spacecraft to rescue her and bring them both back to Earth during the sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp. Similarly, in the first film, Scott Lang employed the Pym Particles to defeat the villain Yellow Jacket, which thrust him into the Quantum Realm, albeit briefly.


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