Evangeline attended the “Good Morning America” TV show on Friday, June 22, to promote her upcoming film “Ant-Man and The Wasp”. The photos have already been added to the gallery, check them!
Evangeline appears on the cover of Shape USA Magazine July issue with a wonderful new photoshoot by Max Abadian. She talked to the magazine about her new movie “Ant-Man and The Wasp” and about everything she’s doing, among other things.
When Evangeline Lilly was 20 years old and juggling two jobs to make ends meet, she totaled her car. With no money to replace it and no way to get to work, she entered a bikini contest; first prize was a one-year lease on a pickup truck. The contest was in just two weeks. She had never modeled and considered herself a serious young woman (she studied political science and international relations at the University of British Columbia) and had no clue what was in store. “But I figured that if I was going to do this, I had better win,” she says. So she hit the gym “like a maniac,” self-tanned her alabaster skin into a deep golden tone, subsisted on protein shakes and egg whites—and triumphed. Though she returned to her studies, jobs, and healthy (meaning more sane) eating and exercise habits, to this day she’s not averse to pushing the limits of her body and mind.
“If I had gone on like that for another two years, just imagine how I might have transformed,” Evangeline says.“I could have turned into Spider-Man.” Almost. Currently starring as the Wasp in Ant-Man and the Wasp, she has again whittled herself into superhero shape with a self-designed regimen that includes sprint workouts and sensible eating. But she wants you to know one thing: “I’m wearing a corset! People don’t look like that.”
– Source: SHAPE
» Editorial > Shape USA (July 2018)
Ant-Man and the Wasp is coming out in just a few weeks – in the US, at least.
Fans in the UK are used to getting their Marvel Studios movies a day or two earlier than their Stateside friends, but the people at Disney have decided the Brits have to wait an entire month for the size-changing superhero sequel.
Stars Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd aren’t happy about the gap, because impatient fans will end up watching the film illegally in rubbish quality.
“They always do that,” the Wasp actress Lilly told Empire magazine of the late release.
“Then what happens is people just pirate the movie and they see it in the worst way possible, like some shitty version online, instead of going to a theatre.
“They go in the end, but I don’t like that staggering. I’m really going to get to the bottom of this for you. I’m as pissed off about it as you are.”
Rudd added: “I don’t understand. Let me see if we can maybe get the World Cup moved.”
Good luck with that Paul, people reallylove their football, even though people constantly complain about the performance of the players (as if they could do any better).
Ant-Man and the Wasp releases in UK cinemas on August 3, while the US gets it on July 6.
– Source: Digital Spy
Yesterday, Evangeline and her partner Paul Rudd attended the premiere of “Ant-Man and The Wasp” in Taipei, Taiwan, China. During the event both signed autographs and interacted with the fans for approximately one hour and 20 minutes before making their way to the stage. In addition, they talked about the movie, and Evangeline (The Wasp) talked about her suit, saying:
“I love my super suit. I love my super suit so much that when we were filming, I never took it off. I slept in my suit. I ate in my suit. I bathed in my suit. I only took it off when the filming ended and i still put it on sometimes just for fun.”
Yesterday, Evangeline and Paul Rudd attended press conference of director Peyton Reed’s movie “Ant-Man and the Wasp” in Taipei, Taiwan of China. You can check out the photos below.
“We pick up the story 2 years after the first Ant-Man movie ended and so there’s been a lot of healing and a lot of growth that’s gone on. We’re on much better terms and Hope is in a much better place personally. Not just because she’s in a better place with her father, but also because her lifelong dream of taking up the mantle her parent’s carried of being a superhero has also come true,” reflects Lilly.