Ant-Man is continuing to shoot in Georgia all this week, with the production crew seeking quite a few extras. While it wasn't revealed what is taking place in these latest scenes, they will not feature Hank Pym, as Michael Douglas has announced that his time on set has come to a close.

The actor has wrapped production on his portion of the shoot, revealing that he completed his last scene on the Marvel Phase Two adventure this past weekend. He let everyone know on Facebook with a message for his fans. He also included an image of himself standing alongside longtime stunt double Mike Runyard, whom he has worked with for the past 26 years.

"Finished my last days on Ant-Man this weekend. Had a great time, a new experience with all these blue screens! These are some photos of myself and Mike Runyard, my stuntman and golfing buddy for the for the last 26 years, including films like Black Rain and The Game."

While Michael Douglas is done with Hank Pym for now, Marvel always sets time aside for pick-up shots and additional scene shooting, which may bring the actor back at a later date. And there's always the sequel! Check out the photos, along with the official Facebook post:

<strong><em>Ant-Man</em></strong> Photo Michael Douglas