Ant-Man and The Wasp: the family according to Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly
In Rome to present to the press Ant-Man and The Wasp, the sequel of the successful stand-alone-2015, released in Italy on 14 August 2018, Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly have answered the questions more varied.
Here's what they told us of MangaForever.
MF: The family is a very important theme in Ant-Man, so much in the first film than in the sequel. You which family are you most fond of? Television from you good or bad, started, film, or the Marvel that is a combination of the two?
Paul Rudd: to Work in a film is an intense experience because it takes months of preparation and a shot, and then the cast and crew become a family. There is, however, something really exciting working with Marvel in recent years, such as being able to stand side by side with many other actors and Avengers that they become your super family.
Evangeline Lilly: The Marvel treats you just like a family, and everything from the first to the last film, from the first to the last character. However, I believe that no one will ever get to space Lost in my heart. We lived for six years on an island, away from it all, with many of the situations difficult to deal with while we were shooting, with a sense of loneliness and isolation that only the rest of the cast and crew could understand.
I then from my hand, I was without a husband or children so all the love I received from others there with me made me feel really in a family. I cried every time that, every year, we had to greet up to the filming of the new season, and still I get emotional when I think back to those years and those times and those people, as also was my first important engagement. In a moment of my life when I was physically isolated and emotionally alone, were always there for me, and I'll never forget.
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