By 2020, a full pantuit is expected to become a $50 billion industry, with production and marketing firms like Dior and Giorgio Armani all eyeing it as an important way to expand their portfolios.
But it won’t just be big names making these creations, it will be actors.
Some of them are already taking on the mantle.
As the world of superhero movies gets smaller, some of them will need more costumes to keep up with demand.
That’s what happened to the “Pantuit” costume from the movie “Ant-Man,” where the actor was a giant robot.
The big-budget film has had to take on the role of the superhero in the hands of a handful of actors who are no longer recognizable.
The most famous of them is Daniel Craig, who is playing the villain in the upcoming sequel to “Captain America: Civil War.”
That’s because his role in the first film was based on his previous roles, “Ant Man” and “Ant Onslaught.”
“Ant-Onslaught” has also seen some changes.
The character will now be played by Sebastian Stan, the actor who played the original “Ant” in the “Ant Men” film series.
In addition to Stan, several actors have been attached to the role.
“Batman v Superman” star Henry Cavill, who played Superman in “Man of Steel,” has signed on as a villain in “Ant onslaught.”
And actor Jared Leto has reportedly been cast as a superhero named “The Hood.”
While most actors have gotten used to working with one another, a few will need to adapt to multiple roles.
Actor Daniel Kaluuya has already been cast in the role that was first played by Chris Evans in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
While that character has been portrayed by Chris Pratt, Kaluuys performance has been less than stellar.
He recently announced that he would not be returning for “Guardals 2,” so he has no intention of playing the character again.
So the question remains: Which one will take on “Pantsuits” the most?
It’s a question that will probably be answered sooner rather than later.