The producers of an as-yet unreleased movie titled 'Aunt-Man And The WASP' are suing Marvel Studios for copyright infringement because their superhero movie, which hits theaters July 6, has the same title.
"And people are gonna be so upset that they're in the wrong theater, ya know?" producer Joe Frisky told reporters. "I mean, people are gonna expect to see the legendary Aunt-Man, and what are they gonna see? A guy that's real small that talks to bugs! Ain't no women that wanna see a man get small, know what I'm saying?!"
When asked how his heroes differ from Marvel's Ant-Man and his partner, the Wasp,, Frisky stuttered and replied,
"Well, Aunt-Man has cool gray-blue hair, like your favorite auntie, hence the name, right? He wears a nice, conservative floral dress, hands out money to good kids, and he has a purse with lots of stuff to fight crime in it, but mostly it's filled with a really heavy brick that says 'Aunt SMASH!' on it. And WASP ain't a chick in a flying suit that gets so tiny you can't even see her jugs! Our WASP is a White Anglo Saxon Protestant superhero that has a nice suit that get can't dirty! Dirt just bounces off it! Cool, huh? And, well, he's just so good-looking and has lots of funny things to say! So many, many things. I can't remember any of them, but our scriptwriter, Chucky, was laughing his head off at his typewriter, so it's gotta be darn funny, right?"
Producer Joe Frisky is hoping to delay Marvel's 'Ant-Man And The Wasp', or at least make them change the title of their movie, so theater-goers won't be confused.
"Might I suggest 'Shrinking Penis-Man and Tiny Hooters Lady?" Frisky offered.