Before Hank Pym fans jump to a sudden conclusion and swear to boycott this and all other Marvel films for all time, this is just in an IGN article. Here, Edgar Wright confirms that Pym will appear in the film. BUT, Wright has also talked about his version of Ant Man as "a film about a 'badass secret agent' in the past. Thus, there is a small possibility that it might not be Hank Pym who actually dons the helmet and costume of Ant Man. This description isn't best suited to how we know Hank Pym to be. Instead, Ant Man might be Scott Lang, a reformed criminal who inherits Ant Man's trademark helmet and gear. Pym could just be the creator of the Pym Particles and the gear
So what do you think of this possibility? Is it a good way to make an Ant Man film? Or might it betray the core concept of Hank Pym's legacy in favour of something else?