WIN Odeon tickets to Ant Man And The Wasp

PUBLISHED: 09:00 05 August 2018

Ant Man And The Wasp hits cinemas this week.

Ant Man And The Wasp hits cinemas this week.


The latest chapter in the Ant Man series hits cinemas this week, promising viewers an exciting experience.

The eagerly-anticipated sequel to the Marvel superhero extravaganza is almost upon us, and the Mercury has three pairs of tickets to give away.

Paul Rudd stars in Ant Man And The Wasp, which debuts on the big screen tomorrow (Friday), much to the excitement of superhero fans.

The actor has starred in a long list of films, particularly comedies like Role Models and I Love You Man, but he has appeared in a few Marvel movies of late and acquitted himself well.

Rudd joins forces once again with Evangeline Lilly, who starred in the popular TV series Lost and plays Hope van Dyne and the Wasp.

Petty criminal, prison absconder and unlikely hero Lang, played by Rudd, acquired the transformative powers of Ant Man in the first film after stealing a suit in a burglary.

He honed his fighting skills, gained the miraculous ability to shrink and grow, and defeated the bad guy to save the day, but that was not the end of his duty.

Lang and Hope team up as Ant Man and the Wasp in the sequel, tasked with travelling to a quantum realm to complete a heroic rescue – but will they be up to the challenge?

The Mercury has teamed up with Weston Odeon to offer three lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Ant Man And The Wasp at a time of your choice.

To enter the competition, simply answer the question below by the deadline of 10am on Friday.

By entering this draw you agree to be contacted by Archant about it. Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

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