There were plenty of surprises announced earlier this year at Comic-Con and D23 that maps out the next few years of the MCU. However, there were a few superheroes left off the (massive) list of forthcoming movies for the big screen, and TV shows for Disney+. While Captain Marvel 2 wasn't given an official release date, we know it's in active development and 100% happening. The same can't be said for the further adventures of Ant-Man and The Wasp.

Last year's well-received sequel grossed a respectable $622 million worldwide, a solid lift on the $519 million the first Ant-Man movie generated back in 2015. Paul Rudd's Scott Lang played a significant role in Endgame, and it was expected that a third Ant-Man movie was on the way. However, there could be a reason that there has been no update on a third film, Ant-Man and The Wasp might be heading to Disney+. At this stage, considered this informed speculation. According to Cosmic Book News, Ant-Man 3 isn't happening, but a six-part series for Disney+ is currently being developed. 

Disney+ is already going to be the exclusive home for several Marvel TV shows with WandaVision, Loki, Hawkeye, Falcon & The Winter Soldier, and What If? Should the rumour be true, Ant-Man and The Wasp would be an excellent addition to an already must-see lineup. Both Ant-Man movies are light-weight yet thoroughly enjoyable. The second one has a plot so thin you'd be forgiven for forgetting it the instant you finish watching. That said, the charm of Paul Rudd is more than enough to compensate. The upside of a possible TV series is that Michael Pena's Luis can get much more screentime, maybe he could land his own spin-off. I'm getting ahead of myself.

Taking into consideration that Disney will be sparing no expense with its TV shows for its streaming service, any Marvel series is going to have a budget comparable to a movie. We'll have to wait and see what the future holds for Ant-Man and The Wasp, but we will definitely be seeing them again.