Though Marvel's system of slickly-polished uniformity has clearly worked well so far for their films--as suggested by their taking all of our moneys this weekend--the studio still seems surprisingly game for upsetting their pattern with some surely more distinctly auteur-styled superhero fare. Just last week Marvel's Kevin Feige claimed Scott Pilgrim director Edgar Wright's forever-in-development take on Ant-Man is "closer than it's ever been before." And now, reaffirming that point, Wright has tweeted the above image, not-so-cryptically adding, "Received this in the mail. What can it mean?" My rebus experience from a childhood playing the NES edition of Classic Concentration tells me it means he's finally making that Ant-Man movie! But then again, maybe it doesn't mean that, because Wright is also supposed to be finishing up The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy with Simon Pegg, and he's doing that Night Stalker remake with Johnny Depp, too. Regardless, can we just make a movie about a shrinking man who talks to insects already, Marvel? I know it probably won't make its money back, but if Scarlett Johansson shows up to squat for a few scenes, maybe it will come close.