After the credits roll in Ant-Man and The Wasp, fans were treated to a haunting post-credit scene. Those who had seen Avengers: Infinity War questioned why Ant-Man and The Wasp weren't on hand to deal with the most deadly foe the team of heroes had ever come across. The tiny super hero's movie answered that question. Ant-Man was on house arrest, and The Wasp and her father Hank Pym were busy trying to save their family member. 

When the post credit scene rolls, we get to see Ant-Man, The Wasp, Hank Pym, and the recently rescued Janet Van Dyne. While Ant-Man enters the Quantum Realm, the other heroes turn to dust due to Thanos' snap. Some fans believe this is a hint that the Quantum Realm cannot be affected by the Infinity Gauntlet, making it a safe haven. The Wasp actress Evangeline Lilly recently sat down with ScreenRantand revealed that she was clueless while shooting her dusting scene. 

Lilly claims that she shot an extended scene for the snap, but since Ant-Man and the Wasp was wrapped before Infinity War, no one on set understood what was going on. "We shot the Snappening. We shot ourselves being dissolved," she began. "There was actually a-- They just took it out in the end. It was more dramatic, I think. He just cut back to floating ash and empty space. Then cutting back to watching us react to becoming dust. And I have to tell you, I'm so grateful that they did cut that out. Because at that point I have not seen Avengers: Infinity War. So, I had really no idea what a dusting looked like, or felt like, or what's supposed to be, and I don't think Peyton [Reed] really did either. Once I watched Avengers: Infinity War, I realized I dusted terribly. I did a really bad job of that. I had no idea really what was happening. And I'm so glad that they cut it out because I don't think I would have been convincing at all. I think I made it look much more like an ascension to heaven than a torturous end."