When Ant-Man and the Wasp hit theaters this week, the fans become the villain of the film, Ghost, presented. However, Hannah John-Kamen, who plays the character, does not see Ghost as the villain.
In an interview with IGN, John-Kamen explains that Ghost is an antagonist to Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), she certainly is not a bad guy – at least in her own mind.
"I do not approach the character alright, she's a villain, she's a bad one, you know, she's definitely a threat to the protagonists," said John-Kamen. "She has a goal and she's the good guy in her head and everyone else is bad, you have to find, I think, the humanity in everything you play, when you play the antihero in a movie, I really think you there We need to find the balance of the threat, but also the vulnerability associated with it. "
Finding the balance within the character is something John-Kamen had to do more than just a concept of good and evil when it came to Ghost , In comics, Ghost debuted as a male villain in Iron Man # 21
When it comes to the idea that Ghost is more than just a villain, John-Kamen has also credited Marvel with creating a dynamic world with many shades of gray.
"What Marvel did is great that nothing is black and white," she told IGN. "Nobody is necessarily good or necessarily bad and I think that really gives an incredibly interesting dynamic."
Fans can decide for themselves whether Ghost is a villain or more, as Ant-Man and the Wasp will fly to theaters on Friday, July 6th.
Other forthcoming films by Marvel Cinematic Universe include Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019, the fourth Avengers film on May 3, 2019, Spider-Man: Far Away from Home on July 5, 2019, and Guardian of the Galaxy 3 in 2020.