​Appearing as Jimmy Woo in Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp, Randall Park's character is the government agent tasked with making sure Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) doesn't violate his house arrest following the events of Captain America: Civil War, and Woo seemingly develops a little infatuation with the hero during the time he's spent watching him.

“I’m such a fan of the first Ant-Man movie,” Park (Fresh Off the Boat, The Interview) told ​Marvel, "it was so funny." He might not have been able to suit up in the film, but he stated that Woo was, "a cool character and a joy to play.” 

When asked what kind of powered-suit or power he would like to have, Park responded saying he would want something very similar to what Ant-Man and the Wasp can do. "I think actually being able to wear a suit that shrinks you down to size and enables you to get as big as possible, that would be pretty cool,” he revealed. “It’s almost like being invisible if you’re that small, and it would be cool to be invisible every now and then.”

Park then joked that he "always wanted to be just a little taller,” stating he would just want "like a few more inches." Responding to whether or not he would become giant and stomp around town, Park said that he might, "on a bad day, perhaps."

Ant-Man and the Wasp is currently playing in theaters.