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Now you can legitimately see Ant-Man's post-credits stinger

11.16.2015
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I'm not going to get into some sort of argument here with someone trying their hardest to justify movie piracy as acceptable behavior. Torrents are bad. It's all stealing, and that's the end of that.

However, that didn't stop a great number of people from using those means in order to catch the post-credits stinger scenes that followed ANT-MAN earlier this year. You may not have paid to see the movie, but you still felt entitled to know everything about it.

Well, guess what? Now you can do so via legitimate methods with Marvel Studios officially releasing one of the scenes that ultimately will catapult us into the ANT-MAN sequel, officially known as ANT-MAN AND THE WASP. This is Evangeline Lilly's big moment and the introduction of the character many fans had hoped would come about in the MCU.

This is the Wasp in all her glory, so enjoy... You can now see it in a way that wasn't shot on someone's phone illegally.

(And for those of you who saw it in theaters having bought your ticket to ANT-MAN, this is simply a reminder of what you saw at the end of one of your Marvel summer experiences.)

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Source: Marvel Studios

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10:23AM on 11/17/2015
Well I guess it's a good thing your daughter grew up to be hot huh Hank, otherwise that costume reveal would be a bit awkward.
Well I guess it's a good thing your daughter grew up to be hot huh Hank, otherwise that costume reveal would be a bit awkward.
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3:13AM on 11/17/2015
I just downloaded the movie the other day, and I thought is was great, post-credit scenes and all. I refuse to download movies however, until they are already released on dvd/blu-ray/digital, because what the hell is the point of watching something that is shit quality from someones phone.

I watched the movie once, deleted it, and will probably never see it again. Definitely not worth spending my hard-earned money on a dvd, just to watch it once.
I just downloaded the movie the other day, and I thought is was great, post-credit scenes and all. I refuse to download movies however, until they are already released on dvd/blu-ray/digital, because what the hell is the point of watching something that is shit quality from someones phone.

I watched the movie once, deleted it, and will probably never see it again. Definitely not worth spending my hard-earned money on a dvd, just to watch it once.
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4:45AM on 11/17/2015
You don't have to buy it. You can spend four or five dollars to rent it legally on any Instant Video website (such as Amazon). I don't buy your excuse for stealing. Is it okay to shoplift if you use the item once and then throw it out?
You don't have to buy it. You can spend four or five dollars to rent it legally on any Instant Video website (such as Amazon). I don't buy your excuse for stealing. Is it okay to shoplift if you use the item once and then throw it out?
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7:08PM on 11/16/2015

I don't totally agree (about torrents).....

If you wait 12 months, you can watch the movies for free on cable. If you wait 6 months, you can see it for a dollar on DVD rental (free if you watch for Netflix specials). So if you weren't going to buy it no matter what, I don't see it as "stealing," any more than taping your favorite song off the radio is stealing. I reward good movies by buying the DVDs, while I watch the crap ones on rental (or free on TV). I don't have the patience for torrents (and travel for work so WiFi is always
If you wait 12 months, you can watch the movies for free on cable. If you wait 6 months, you can see it for a dollar on DVD rental (free if you watch for Netflix specials). So if you weren't going to buy it no matter what, I don't see it as "stealing," any more than taping your favorite song off the radio is stealing. I reward good movies by buying the DVDs, while I watch the crap ones on rental (or free on TV). I don't have the patience for torrents (and travel for work so WiFi is always an issue), so I don't actually use them, but it's all about your intent. If you're not paying for something you'd otherwise pay for because you can get it illegally, then that is wrong and it harms the company. If you weren't going to buy Pixels no matter how cheap they made it, then watching it on the internet isn't harming anyone
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5:53PM on 11/16/2015
"Torrents are bad. It's all stealing, and that's the end of that."
In the interest of clarity would you agree that this applies only to torrents of material that the person downloading does not have legal permission/ has not licensed to possess from the content creator/owner?

"Torrents are bad. It's all stealing, and that's the end of that."
In the interest of clarity would you agree that this applies only to torrents of material that the person downloading does not have legal permission/ has not licensed to possess from the content creator/owner?

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5:36PM on 11/16/2015
One of the better Marvel post credits scenes as of late. Can't wait to see Wasp in action alongside Ant Man.
One of the better Marvel post credits scenes as of late. Can't wait to see Wasp in action alongside Ant Man.
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