The trailer of "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" featured the first meeting of Ant-Man (played by Paul Rudd) and Kang the Conqueror (played by Jonathan Majors).

While Kang the Conqueror has appeared before in various Marvel comic books, this will be the first time the character will appear in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Marvel Entertainment dropped the trailer via YouTube on Monday, where Ant-Man a.k.a. Scott Lang, can be seen walking on the streets and people recognizing him as a star (because he worked with Avengers to fight against Thanos in "Avengers: Infinity War.")

"I used to ask myself a lot of questions. Scott, you're an ex-con... How are you an Avenger?" Rudd's character can be heard saying in voiceover as he gets star treatment everywhere. "That doesn't make sense. But everywhere I go, people tell me the same thing [Thank you]."

A cafe owner tells him, "Thank you, Spider-Man!" and he doesn't correct him and just walks out of the cafe. Further in the trailer, Scott's daughter Cassie shows her father that she has made something that will help people.

"It's like a satellite for deep space, but Quantum!" Cassie says while explaining what she has made.

Actress Michelle Pfeiffer, who played Wasp's character and is also known as Janet Van Dyne, tells Cassie, "Wait, wait a minute. You're sending a signal down to the Quantum Realm? Turn it off, now!"

Before Cassie turns it down, it is too late as the little machine grabs everyone inside it and transports them to "a secret universe."

Kang the Conqueror can be heard saying, "This isn't what you think. I can get you home and give you more time...if you help me" while Ant-Man fights and runs from different species.

At the end of the trailer, Ant-Man is shown standing in front of Kang the Conqueror, who asks, "So, what's it gonna be Ant-Man?"

"Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania" is slated to release on Feb. 17, 2023. The movie is helmed by director Peyton Reed, and it also features Bill Murray, Tony McCarthy, Evangeline Lilly, Samuel L. Jackson and Randall Park.

The flick was first supposed to be released in late 2022, but then it was postponed. It will be the first movie to release in Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 5.

Paul Rudd is hoping to make a big box office splash in the new Marvel movie "Ant-Man." Hollywood insiders predict the newest superhero movie debut will do just that. Marvel/Disney