Marvel Studios' highly anticipated movie, "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania," has gained mixed reactions from fans after a cryptic logo surfaced on Twitter.

A Twitter user shared the logo on Oct. 23 and gave credit to user @johanssoncomer, who later deleted the profile. "A new logo for 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' has surfaced online," the user wrote in the caption.

In the photo, an on-set chair could be seen with the name of the movie and seemingly "Quantumania" written in a difficult-to-read font.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to the new logo.

One of the fans tried to explain the logo by sharing a photo of highlighted "M" and "N" from the word "Quantumania."

The fan captioned the photo, "If anyone is wondering how the 'm' and 'n' work, here you go" and explained it in another tweet saying, "Everything keeps that O shape but still follows the basic rules of the letter they are supposed to be like the 'm' having two of a feature the 'n' has and both keeping the left stem."

Another fan noted how difficult it is to understand the new logo and shared a photo of a confused lady as a joke.

A netizen recalled the signature of former United States Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew and shared a photo for comparison. "This logo eerily reminded me of Jack Lew's signature from 2013," the netizen wrote in the caption.

Another netizen noted decoding the logo said it was like the 2007 detective film "Zodiac," starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

A fan shared his version of the logo:

A user jokingly added, "Imagine needing a guide just to read a logo."

Earlier this month, actor Jonathan Majors, who is set to play supervillain Kang the Conqueror in the movie, told Variety in an interview that he will be dealing with the Ant-Man family.

Actor Paul Rudd, who portrays the superhero Ant-Man, is currently filming "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania."

The movie is directed by Peyton Reed and is slated to release on July 28, 2023.

Ant-Man "Ant-Man 3" will be released in 2022. Photo: Ant-Man/Facebook