After Edgar Wrights exit, Adam Mckays quick turn down and We're the Millers director, Rawson Thurber, now turning it down, Marvel has a serious issue on their hands. This also raises some serious questions, is this movie even worth creating? Fans we're notably upset by Wriggts departure, considering he's been attached to the project since the mid 2000's. Could it be Marvel re-writes are drawing too specific of a vision for Hank Pym? Also, aside from Adam McKay and Wright, the other choices pale in comparison especially with Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas. While hurridly working their way down the list of back up directors, could the best decision be to post-pone the film or scrap the project indefinitely?