John-Kamen’s Ava/Ghost acquires her mysterious powers in a lab accident that makes her cells intangible.
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When Hannah John-Kamen learned that she was going to be Marvel's next supervillain, she let out a yelp, hung up the phone and cranked up Miley Cyrus' "Do My Thang"."Ant-Man and the Wasp" is the sequel to 2015's "Ant-Man," the 20th release in Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe and the first to feature a woman in the title role.Executive producer Stephen Broussard said Marvel was taken with John-Kamen's "intensity, her vulnerability and with her sense of humor". Her previous training as a dancer coupled with the desire to fully flesh out Ghost's threadbare backstory made her perfect for the role.
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