It’s been tough to tell what exactly we should expect from Marvel’s Ant-Man. It was an Edgar Wright movie until it wasn’t, and the character isn’t particularly well known outside the comics. Even the marketing has been kind of confused. Show More Summary
If you weren’t already aware, Marvel‘s latest movie Ant-Man has had some issues during pre-production when the first director Edgar Wright left over creative differences. Throw in the uncertainty a lot of Marvel fans have over a movie about Ant-Man and you’ve got an Internet cocktail that surpasses all the worries fans and many studio […]
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“It isn’t just about getting bigger, but it’s about getting clever and getting more unique.” That’s what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said to members of the entertainment press during a visit to the set of Ant-Man. We were there, and learned more about Ant-Man — including how it fits in with other Marvel movies. Read more...
It's been over a year since Peyton Reed signed on to direct Marvel's "Ant-Man" adaptation, but for eight years before that the movie had been Edgar Wright's baby. His decision to depart in 2014 came as a big surprise to fans who hadShow More Summary
“It isn’t just about getting bigger, but it’s about getting clever and getting more unique.” That’s what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige to members of the entertainment press during a visit to the set of Ant-Man. We were there, and learned more about Ant-Man — including how it fits in with other Marvel movies. Read more...
20. Simon Pegg was offered the role of Spoon, but he passed because he had promised Edgar Wright that his first film role would be in Shaun of the Dead. "It seemed to work out well for him." "32 Things We Learned From Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers Commentary" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Marvel has never shied away from using humor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However, when they cast Paul Rudd in the lead for Ant-Man along with original director Edgar Wright, and then replacement director Peyton Reed, it was obvious that Marvel was looking for a more comedic tone than we had seen in previous movies. Show More Summary
The next scheduled release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is August's Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly and Corey Stoll. Director Peyton Reed stepped in for Edgar Wright, who had written a script for Ant-Man before the MCU was a reality. Show More Summary
How Does Peyton Reed’s ANT-MAN Differ From Edgar Wright’s?? Evangeline Lilly Explains!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! "I met with Paul [Rudd] in a little restaurant in New York City, and he talked me through how the movie was changing,” explains “Ant-Man” female lead Evangeline Lilly to Empire Magazine. Show More Summary
There’ll be more Twin Peaks than we previously thought, too. The star of Jem and the Holograms discusses reactions to the trailer. What are the differences between the final Ant-Man script and Edgar Wright’s original draft? Plus, a crazy casting rumor for the Static Shock web series. To me, my Spoilers! Read more...
By now, you probably all know the story: Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) and Marvel teamed up some nine years ago - before Iron Man - to develop an Ant-Man movie. And although it took him a while (he made Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and At [...]
As the possibility of Avengers cameos and the story of Edgar Wright's screenplay emerge, new stills have hit the web from the Paul Rudd superhero movie.
News of Edgar Wright's next movie Baby Driver has been coming out slowly over the last few months. What started as a big "No seriously, Marvel, effff yooouuuuu" has turned into a fascinating sounding film. First we heard that...
Edgar Wright's latest project about a young driver in the midst of a bank robbery gone wrong of course called for a love interest, and who better to fill those glass slippers than Cinderella herself, Lily James. Now, as Wright bounces...Show More Summary
Edgar Wright has picked up another promising young talent for his next film. Lily James will join Ansel Elgort in Baby Driver, a thriller previously described as “the ultimate rock-and-roll car chase film.” And with her casting comes some juicy new plot details on the movie. Show More Summary
She is joining Ansel Elgort in the TriStar Pictures film The post Cinderella Star Lily James Joining Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It feels like it’s been a while since we heard about Baby Driver, the movie that Edgar Wright started working on after he scurried away from Ant-Man. Back in January, we reported that The Fault In Our Stars’ Ansel Elgort was in talks...Show More Summary
A new Edgar Wright movie is gathering steam, which is always good news! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Hey, that's Cinderella's Lily James up there! She was in that Cinderella movie that Disney made a bunchShow More Summary