Ant-Man and the Wasp reveals true villainFor now everything indicated that ‘Ghost’ was the villain of the movie ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp‘, but after a recent publication on the social networks of Evangeline Lilly, it seems that things can be more complicated. The Marvel Studios film will have one more villain in the shade.
There is still a month to go before the sequel of the Ant Man, the marketing of the film had focused on teaching us a threat with Quantico Kingdom powers, played by the actress Hannah John-Kamen.
In the publication speaks of ‘Goliath’ played by Lawrence Fishburne (‘Matrix’, ‘The Man of Steel’), which puts on the same level as Thanos (Josh Brolin). Here we leave the publication:
For those of you who are confused – we had to win the senate before we could tackle the house. We DID win the senate and that was INCREDIBLE, now let’s do it all over again. That was Goliath, now we’re facing Thanos. Don’t let them censor and throttle us. Let’s get loud. Let’s win again. #netneutrality #battleforthenet (swipe right). LINK IN BIO!
Below the photo you can read: “For those of you who are confused, we had to win the Senate before being able to board the house. We won the Senate and that was INCREDIBLE, now let’s do it again. That was Goliath, now we face Thanos. Do not let them censure and strangle us. We are going to make noise. We’re going to win again. Via Instagram.
She refers to the victory over “net neutrality,” but by mentioning both Thanos and Goliath we think it’s the real villain of the movie. The first step was to defeat a minor villain like Goliath, then the second step to another much larger villain, as is Thanos.
Although it can also refer to the concept of David against Goliath.
What does “net neutrality” mean?
This term has been around for several years, but most people have difficulty defining it. When net neutrality is applied, as it is now, all Internet service providers must allow the same access to applications and content. Regardless of the source. If not enforced, your Internet service provider may make it difficult for you to access Internet parts at your own discretion.
How would the internet be without net neutrality?
Without the guarantee of net neutrality, large Internet companies could favor their own business interests. Telecommunication giants and Silicon Valley titans are likely to put pressure on lawmakers in the coming days and weeks, but for now, the neutrality of the network could affect everything from Internet speed to general access.
Slower speeds. The elimination of net neutrality means that Internet providers can divide the service into fast and slow lanes, charging more for higher speeds. Comcast may demand Netflix fees, for example, in exchange for preferential treatment. (In response to the FCC plan, Netflix took Twitter to show “strong support” for net neutrality).
If content companies do not want to pay, Internet service providers could make them so slow that they can not see or even block access to competitors’ sites.
This is what Evangeline Lilly has defended.
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ will be released on 5 July 2018.