Ant-Man is once again serving as the small-scale follow-up foil to a world-changing Avengers event, but this time his universe has gotten substantially bigger too. For Ant-Man and the Wasp, Paul Rudd’s size-shifting superhero has grown to a proudly self-proclaimed 65-feet—and as the title just as proudly self-proclaims, he’s also got a far more responsible (and airborne) partner in Evangeline Lilly’s Wasp. Per the Marvel movie tradition, the pair are again facing off against a slightly more powerful analogue to themselves: Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen), a likewise bodysuit-clad foe who uses Pym Particles to pass through solid matter. Michael Peña, Michael Douglas, and the rest of the original supporting cast return alongside new additions Laurence Fishburne, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Walton Goggins. Hopefully we’ll find out what happened with Ant-Man’s Infinity War RSVP when Marvel’s latest moneymaker hits theaters July 6.