Let us now celebrate the delightful barrage of close-up shots that accompany every Edgar Wright film with this wonderful compilation video, c reated by Jaume R. Lloret. Read more...
Though we know funny movie maestro Edgar Wright uses a ginormous arsenal of visual tools and tricks when he's directing a movie, one of his trademarks is his use of close up shots. They're quick, they're snappy and they're so fun to see on the screen. James R. Lloret stitched all of them together in this fun supercut. Read more...
Jaume R. Lloret has created a great supercut video of every signature close-up found in movies by writer and director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and The World’s End). We previously wrote about a video essay by Dave Chen of /Film where Edgar discusses his close-ups. via […]
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Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright are at work on a new film. The film will be part of a trilogy the pair plans to create in the next decade. The pair is already working on the new film. Although it has “a title and everything,” Pegg didn’t provide details on the project other than to […]
Simon Pegg says he’s working on a potential new trilogy with long-time collaborator Edgar Wright, who directed the British comic actor in the unofficially titled Cornetto trilogy.
It was nearly a year ago to the day that Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost drew a curtain on their Cornetto Trilogy with The World's End. But the end of this thematic threesome that included the apocalyptic comedy, Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead, doesn’t mean an end to the collaboration of the men behind it. Show More Summary
THE WORLD’S END may have signaled the end of The Cornetto Trilogy, but thankfully, that doesn’t mean the fun is over for Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... THE WORLD’S END may have...Show More Summary
While Simon Pegg won't reveal any specific plot details, he is currently in a 'creative cycle' for a mystery project with Edgar Wright. [...]
Plus Edgar Wright is multi-tasking with J.J. Abrams & Simon Pegg, and a hot 'FNL' alum is set to play a fan favorite on SHIELD.
Some good news in the wake of ANT-MAN.
Edgar Wright may be busy chauffeuring babies around and taking the YA craze to its logical, giant insect-based end, but he’s still got time for his old pal Simon Pegg. Pegg has officially finished gloating over how he’s read Wright’s...Show More Summary
The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy came to a close last year, but Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are now working together on a new film.
The Cornetto Trilogy may have come to a close with last year’s The World’s End, but the long and fruitful partnership between Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg has not. The actor recently teased another collaboration for the duo, who’ve been working together on and off since the ’90s. Show More Summary
The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End) might be over, but Simon Pegg has revealed to BBC Radio 6 Music that he isn't done working with director Edgar Wright.
While director Edgar Wright is busy preparing projects like his original Baby Driver and an adaptation of Grasshopper Jungle, his collaborator Simon Pegg has Mission: Impossible 5 on his plate and Star Trek 3 with a new director after that. Show More Summary
Craig and I may have taken umbrage at his video about comedy directors who aren’t Edgar Wright, but Tony Zhou’s newest video looking at how filmmakers handle texting and the internet on-screen is all good. Zhou’s underlying point is that we still haven’t settled on conventions for showing texting or the internet. And that’s good! […]
For months, the mystery of who would take the reigns from Edgar Wright and direct Ant-Man dominated all coverage of the Marvel flick. But ever since the baton was passed to Peyton Reed, focus has been able to switch back to the good ol’ casting frenzy. Show More Summary
We’ve featured Tony Zhou’s video essays before, on what American comedy filmmakers could learn from Edgar Wright, on how Martin Scorsese uses silence, and on what makes a Michael Bay movie a Michael Bay movie. In his latest video essay,...Show More Summary