Marvel Studios has released a new trailer for "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania," featuring a brutal fight between Ant-Man a.k.a. Scott Lang (played by Paul Rudd) and supervillain Kang the Conqueror (played by Jonathan Majors).

The two-minute, 18-second trailer, which was shared on YouTube on Monday, starts with Kang's voiceover telling Lang that he is an interesting man. It shows Lang is now living a happy life.

"You're an Avenger, you have a daughter, but you've lost a lot of time, like me," Kang says. "We can help each other with that."

The clip shows Lang's daughter Cassie stepping out of a jail and another scene shows her trying to hold her father's hand as she slips away into a light force. The next scene shows Kang introducing himself to Lang: "I'm the man who can give you the one thing you want... Time."

The trailer gives us a glimpse of Kang's powers that can rewrite existence and shatter timelines. Lang can be seen regretting the fact that he lost a lot of time in his life. He agrees to work with Kang because the latter can give him a "second chance."

Lang soon realizes that he made a mistake by making a deal with Kang. They get into a brutal fight, which makes Lang say, "I don't have to win...we both just have to lose."

A previous trailer for "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" showed Kang offering to work with Lang, without showing if the latter accepted the offer or not.

While Kang's character has appeared before in various Marvel comic books, this will be his first appearance in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

"Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" will release on Feb. 17. The movie was initially scheduled for last year, but the release date was postponed. It will be the first movie to release in Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 5.

Helmed by Peyton Reed, the movie features Bill Murray, Tony McCarthy, Evangeline Lilly, Samuel L. Jackson and Randall Park.

Apart from the upcoming Marvel movie, Rudd is also rumored to appear in "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," which is slated to release in 2025.

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