- Disney has recently launched a new themed cruise line called the Disney Wish.
- The cruise is chock full of content for fans of Disney properties such as the MCU and Star Wars.
- One video from the Disney Wish shows Ant-Man explaining why he didn’t crawl up Thanos’ butt to kill him in Avengers: Infinity War.
Heading into the release of Avengers: Infinity War, one of the main questions fans had was not which heroes would perish nor what the film’s post-credits scene might set up, but rather: why doesn’t Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man, simply crawl up Thanos’ purple rectum and expand, therefore, theoretically exploding the Mad Titan from inside? A total normal train of thought if you ask me, by the way.
Ultimately, not only did Ant-Man never unleash Operation Butt Explosion, but Thanos mopped the floor with the Avengers in Infinity War to such an extent that it took them about half a decade to rebound in Endgame.
Other than the fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is ultimately a toy-selling machine for children, though, why didn’t Ant-Man try what all fans assumed would be a surefire way to defeat their ultimate enemy? Thanks to Disney’s new Disney Wish cruise line, we now have a legitimate in-universe answer from Scott Lang himself.
Ant-Man explains why he didn’t crawl up Thanos’ butt on Disney’s new Disney Wish cruise
Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man explains why he couldn’t go up Thanos’ ass in a clip from ‘Avengers: Quantum Encounter’ on the Disney Cruise Line. pic.twitter.com/CWi0019Vx6
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The hilarious yet bizarre Ant-Man video isn’t the only element of the Disney Wish cruise making headlines, though, as we also brought you the story of a $5,000 Star Wars-themed cocktail being sold on the same exact ship.
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