We all have heard the rumors/claims about how explicit imagery is often secretly hidden in Disney movies, and by the looks of it, the Disney owned Marvel Cinematic Universe also wishes to join the Mouse House’s fetish in the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp directed by Peyton Reed.
This sequel to the 2015’s hit Ant-Man, will see Paul Rudd return to play the tiny superhero, accompanied by Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Lilly is also coming back to play Hope Van Dyne in a much significant role, but, some highly observant fans spotted a disappointing issue with her costume.
An image featuring the movie’s two leading characters was shared by Marvel, and it went viral on social media, but, turns out that the image is getting attention for undesirable reasons.
Van Dyne is the Wasp, and her costume is aimed to resemble the insect that gives the character her name, but, now it makes everyone wonder what were the designers focusing on while creating this costume.
It is a classic case where once you see something, you can’t unsee it and Twitter users are making fun of this design flaw, and some have even suggested that it might have been done on purpose.
Earlier there were claims of ‘sex’ secretly written in The Lion King’s skyscape, to an obscenely shaped castle in The Little Mermaid, Disney has been infamous for (intentionally or not), veering off its family-friendly image once in a while.
We don’t have a doubt that the Wasp costume is an oversight, but, it gives the impression of a man’s genitalia having been placed on Van Dyne’s chest.
What have you done Disney?!!
Ant-Man and the Wasp is scheduled to release in UK cinemas on June 29, and in the US on July 6, 2018.