CNN is preparing three months worth of round-the-clock coverage to search for them.
In one of the most irresponsible acts in recent filmmaking history, Marvel Studios' Ant-Man production has reportedly lost three cast members: Patrick Wilson, Matt Gerard, and Kevin Weisman. The studio was already trying to recover from driving off popular director Edgar Wright, who had been attached to the project since 2006, and this new blow could seriously delay plans for the film. Sources inside Marvel told The Outhouse that the studio has tried retracing their steps, looking in the last place they'd expect to find the Ant-Man cast members (The Academy Awards), and saying a prayer to Saint Anthony (that one's for you, Mom), but they have been unable to locate them as of press time.
"That's the problem with working with shrinking actors," said a visibly distressed Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige. "You think you've got them safely in your pocket and they call just fall out anywhere."
Feige promised that he would check the laundry, even though he was sure that he had taken the cast members out of his pants pocket before throwing them in the wash. Stay tuned to The Outhouse for more on this breaking story.
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