In Part Two of our A Conversation with Evangeline Lilly interview series, she opens up about playing Wasp again, this time as the first female co-lead in a Marvel Studios film in Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Lilly says there were three key things she wanted to do to evolve Hope van Dyne as a character from the first movie to the second: 1) make her softer after the healed relationship with her father, Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), 2) make her fight-style look "markedly feminine" and 3) see her laugh and smile a lot more.
She also talks about the specific, and unexpected, joys of working in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including wrapping up reshoots recently on Avengers 4.
If you missed Part One of our interview with Evangeline Lilly, check it out here:
And be sure to come back for Part Three, where she talks about creating her children's book series, The Squickerwonkers.
Ant-Man and the Wasp is available now on digital, Blu-ray, and DVD.