Writer-director Edgar Wright is going back to work on the Ant-Man script for the first time in more than two years, according to 24 Frames.

Edgar Wright said that the film centers on Marvel scientist Hank Pym who, in various incarnations of the comic, could shrink down to the size of an insect to solve crimes, in one iteration with a female companion named The Wasp.

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"This one's not about about the urgency of summer tentpoles and things going into production without a script," said Wright, who approached Marvel with the "Ant-Man" idea. "It's slightly different than that."

Edgar Wright first started working on the arthropodal superhero script in 2008, but then he got busy with Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World.