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Constant Gardener

With Marvel's "Ant-Man" movie being released this month, we now have proof that it's the little details that matter most.

In that spirit, global creative agency Way To Blue has taken its magnifying glass to famous movies to suss out where there might be other "ants" hiding.

"The Constant Gardener" seems a logical place to start because ants just love gardens.

If you can think of other movies where "ants" have been spotted, tweet them to us at @crave or @CNET using #antman or #antmovie.

I'm adding "The S-ANT-a Clause" and "Bad S-ANT-a" to the mix.

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The Descendants

We're just sure there were some ants crawling around the beach in this 2011 film staring George Clooney.

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Fantastic Four

Who knew Ant-Man was secretly hiding out with the Fantastic Four?!

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Fantastic Mr. Fox

Another "fANTastic" find.

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Green Lantern

Seems Green Lantern is chummy with Ant-Man as well.

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Marie Antionette

Oui oui fourmi! (That last word is French for ant, naturally.)

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A Most Wanted Man

Riffing on the "wanted" theme, I suppose we can also add "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" to the list, no?

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Muppets Most Wanted

Then of course, there's this one too.

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Wanted

With "Muppets Most Wanted" and "A Most Wanted Man" on the list, I suppose it was inevitable to also include plain ole "Wanted," the 2008 flick staring Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman.

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The Phantom of the Opera

While the ant here was found in the screen version of the spooky musical, "Phantom" is actually Broadway's longest-running show ever, with a total worldwide gross of more than $6 billion.

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Quantum of Solace

No one's ever really been sure what the title to this James Bond movie means, but at least we now know it involves ants.

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