When the interviewer brought up co-star Paul Rudd's quote about needing a tool to scratch his back because of his uncomfortable Ant-Man costume, Lilly said that she has noticed male Marvel stars "complain about their suits for years". This sucks. Why are we... why?
"Do I have the most comfortable suit in the MCU?" she wondered, before holding up her high-heeled foot. I wear heels to work.
On Monday beauty Evangeline Lilly looked radiant as she stole the spotlight with her flawless silencer gown during the film Ant-Man and the Wasp premiere at El Captain theater. Yes, Ant-Man has had a long and rich history in the comics, and we've got your one-stop shop on everything you need to know about the character before Ant-Man and the Wasp hits theaters on July 6.
The 33-year-old star said: "I think it could be something really special".
"I love my suit", Lilly told BackstageOL.
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Sanders didn't hesitate, replying , "That's fine". "And appetisers are 'small plates for small minds"'. Asked if she would do the same thing again, Ms Wilkinson said "absolutely, yes".
In an interview with The Playlist, Feige - who's credited with the runaway success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe - was coy when asked about representing the LGBTQ+ community, but was willing to drop a couple of hints.
With Ant-Man and the Wasp, Marvel fans will get some much-needed laughs and some time to recover from Avengers: Infinity War.
As for the character we've yet to see?
Scarlett first played the role in 2010's "Iron Man 2", and she's confident that the character's "tortured past" would make for an entertaining standalone film.
Obviously we all know to stay to the end of a Marvel movie these days, for post-credits teases on what's ahead.
Lilly is not the first female star to suggest donning superhero suits isn't the torturous experience their male co-stars claim.