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Unable to hold a job because of his criminal record, Lang agrees to join Luis' crew and commit a burglary.
Lang breaks into a house and cracks its safe, but only finds what he believes to be an old motorcycle suit, which he takes home.
Seeing that Lang survived and returned from the quantum realm, Pym wonders if his wife is alive as well.
Later, Lang meets up with Luis, who tells him that Wilson is looking for him.
Lang disappears into the quantum realm but manages to reverse the effects and returns to the macroscopic world.
Out of gratitude for Lang's heroism, Paxton covers for Lang to keep him out of prison.
They send him to steal a device that will aid their heist from the Avengers' headquarters, where he briefly fights Sam Wilson.
Lang visits his daughter Cassie unannounced and is chastised by his former wife Maggie and her police-detective fiancé, Paxton, for not providing child support.
Upon his release from prison, well-meaning thief Scott Lang moves in with his old cellmate, Luis.
Wright also stressed that the film would not be a spoof but an action-adventure with some comedic elements and would incorporate both the Hank Pym and Scott Lang incarnations of the character.
Wright said that he was looking to "do a prologue where you see Pym as Ant-Man in action in the 60s, in sort of Tales to Astonish mode basically, and then the contemporary, sort of flash-forward, is Scott Lang's story, and how he comes to acquire the suit, how he crosses paths with Hank Pym, and then, in an interesting sort of Machiavellian way, teams up with him." Wright noted that there was no timetable for the film because Marvel did not consider the character to be one of their bigger, tentpole properties, so "It's more like me and Kevin Feige saying...'Let's make a good script that works, that's all about a great genre film, and that isn't necessarily relying on anything else'".