The Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four has been knocked into hyperspace (or Quantumania) for the next entry in the superhero franchise.

As 'Ant-Man 3' gears up for filming, it seems tech used in 'The Mandalorian' Disney+ series will serve some use during some scenes of the superhero sequel.

Peyton Reed, the director of the upcoming 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' and who also directed two episodes of 'The Mandalorian', will be implementing a technology called Stagecraft.

The technology was previously used by Lucasfilm during the Disney+ series. The immersive soundstage is made up of multiple large LED screens that offer live images in photorealistic 3D. You can check out an explainer of the tech here.

Check out the director's tweet which shows off the technology below.

The use of Stagecraft technology will no doubt create a more immersive experience for 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania'. While we know nothing about what to expect in the upcoming movie, at least we know that it'll be looking mighty fine as the two titular heroes get lost in the Quantum Realm.

'Ant-Man 3' will be using 'The Mandalorian' technology when filming gets underway at Pinewood Studios later this month. Filming is due to last until September, with Atlanta being the second location for principle photography.

Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily will be back as the two leading stars, with Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer also set to reprise their roles. Scott Lang's daughter Cassie will also return, this time to be played by 'Endgame' star Emma Fuhrmann. Will we see the teen suit up as superhero Stature this time around? It's highly likely.

Rounding out the cast for the movie will be Jonathan Majors who is believed to be playing the supervillain Kang the Conqueror. Marvel has yet to confirm this, however,

'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' is slated for a release date of February 17, 2023.