Avengers: Infinity War and LOST hit both ropes with the public through their ends but Wesp's actress Evangeline Lilly became an excavator As Kate Austen points out in the ABC hit series years ago, they are very different.
Lilly, who appears to have another breakout role as The Wasp, was to join the haunting end of [[[War] which coincided with a series of deaths to that of LOST in which even his main characters were dead, but in a much more complex and seemingly less understandable way.
During Avengers: Infinity War was praised by critics and fans alike, LOST still suffers from a divisive reaction to the final moments of the serial finale. "As if people either loved it or hated it, and they were confused about it," Lilly said of LOST . "They did not really understand what happened. I think it's pretty clear what happened at the end of Infinity War . "
Of course, this is the perfect opportunity for someone to understand the common misconception of" they were dead all the time "in the Comment section, which proves Lilly's argument On the other hand, Avengers: Infinity War clearly killed the characters at their end.
Ironically, Lilly's hope was van Dyne from Ant-Man and the Wasp a few similarities with her LOST Counterpart of Kate Austen: Both are refugees (thanks to the Sokovia agreements in The Wasp's case) and both wish they could see their mothers again, but Lilly did made such a connection only in the interview that can be seen in the video at the top of the page.
"I never connect," Lilly said, "you know who I felt more was Tauriel and The Wasp. I felt much more similar there because they are both seasoned fighters and warriors, and they are very smart, but Kate is so … she is so confused!
Marvel's next theater tour will take place on July 6 with Ant-Man and The Wasp . Avengers: Infinity War now plays in theaters. Captain Marve I will follow him in March 2019, with Avengers 4 in May 2019 and Spider-Man: Far From Home due to appear on July 5, 2019.