Spoilers for Ant-Man and The Wasp ahead. Since half of the superheroes disappeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the end of The Avengers: Infinity War fans have been wondering how their favorite characters will eventually come to life again. (Let's face it, we all know that they are). Well, we may have an answer to what happened at the end of Ant-Man and The Wasp as the Quantum Realm and Janet van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) play a major role in lifting the "dustbin" of all our beloved Avengers. With the completion of the new film, Janet takes a big step, not only saving the other heroes of the villain Ghost, but also pointing out the future of the MCU. But what exactly does Janet do with Ghost the end of Ant-Man and The Wasp ?
The climax of the film finds Janet, Scott Lang, Hope van Dyne, and Hank Pym cornered by newcomer Baddy Ghost. The mind has the ability to go in and out of matter, d. H. Walking through walls and disappearing and reappearing.
Ghost's real name is Ava Starr, which makes her the daughter of Elihas Starr (AKA Egghead from the comics) and Elihas and Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) used to work together before they had a big fight. After that, Hank Elihas was basically shunned by her community, so Elihas decided to experiment with the quantum realm alone, and Ava was an innocent bystander in a serious accident. Although her parents died, Ave survived, albeit with an extraordinary gift / curse. Their cells divide constantly and painfully and come together again, making them go in and out of reality. Sure, it's a superpower, but everything Ghost wants is back to normal ̵
Rather than fighting physically against Ghost like others, Janet has done a better idea. She sees that Ghost really has terrible pain and that she can help. She puts her hands on both sides of the character's head and, in principle, draws some energy from Ghost, arranging her cells and anchoring her body in a single reality.
Janet's ability to do so comes from her three decades in Quantum Realm, where she absorbed incredible atomic energy and evolved into something superhuman. Not only can Janet help Ava, she can also help Hank earlier when he starts hallucinating and losing his breath in Quantum Realm looking for her. Janet finds him and sets his thoughts down with their hands, and as they begin to rejoin, Janet explains that the quantum empire has done something to her. "It changes you," she says. "Adaptation is part of it, but it's more … evolution."
Janet has, in a sense, clearly evolved, and her new powers are quite amazing. It seems to be able to control things at the cellular level, to balance the atomic reality of objects and to heal people.
During Ant-Man and the Wasp in the credits scene, Scott goes back to Quantum Realm to collect some of the particles, saying, "Help heals our new Ghost – Friend. "Janet and Hank seem to have figured out how to use the power of the quantum realm, and Janet's ability could be the key to swinging them. Of course, the post-credits scene also shows that Scott is trapped in the Quantum Realm because Hank, Janet and Hope are dusted off after Thano's Infinity War decision. Unfortunately, as Scott comes out and how the power of the Quantum Realm could help bring back the lost Avengers, fans still have to wait a while. But there's a pretty good chance that it could have something to do with this new Ghost friend.