Corey Stoll on Why His Son Won’t Watch His Movie ‘Ant-Man’

[This story contains spoilers from Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.]

Corey Stoll’s son Nico isn’t fairly able to see his dad taking part in the supervillain.

The actor, who portrays Yellowjacket in Marvel‘s Ant-Man, not too long ago advised Folks journal that his 8-year-old son “simply began attempting to look at” the 2015 superhero film, nevertheless, he didn’t get very far.

“He was like, ‘That is bizarre,’” Stoll recalled, including that he thinks “seeing me as a foul man is a little bit bizarre for him.”

The Home of Playing cards actor stars reverse Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly in Ant-Man. Although Stoll’s character appeared to die on the finish of the movie, he returned in 2023’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, solely this time he used the identify M.O.D.O.Okay.

The Billions star later opened up in regards to the influence of fame. Whereas he is aware of it comes with the territory of being an actor, he advised the outlet that it’s vital for him and his spouse Nadia Bowers to make sure it’s “not a central a part of [their son’s] life.” They even used a earlier work journey to Italy to indicate their son the inventive aspect of their job.

“He really acquired to see what went into creating the work,” Stoll remembered of the journey. “That was actually vital for us, for him to know that I’m not doing this to be well-known. It’s not fame for fame’s sake. That fame is a byproduct and one thing that helps you get extra work, however it’s the work that’s the reason I do it and what provides me satisfaction.”