The titular superhero is featured using his special ability to shrink to take down two security guards in the bootleg video.
There is still a few more years before "Ant-Man" film arrives, but recently-leaked test footage may give an early hint at how the movie will look like. The bootleg video shows the titular hero in action, using his special ability to shrink to the size of an ant to get through a hallway guarded by two agents.
The test footage was the one screened at the San Diego Comic-Con International last summer. In September, Marvel executive Victoria Alonso said the test footage was being polished before it would be released for public. "What we showed at Comic-Con was a still unfinished video and we are working to finalize it. And I think you should see it, but do not know where yet," she said.
Edgar Wright is attached to direct the Ant-Man movie, which is set for a November 6, 2015 U.S. release. Wright also writes the script along with Joe Cornish, but no actor is officially announced as the titular character depicter.
"Ant-Man" test footage