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Director Edgar Wright pays respects to Wes Craven: 'A true maestro of genre'

Director Edgar Wright has joined in to pay his respects to horror maestro Wes Craven, who died Sunday from brain cancer Wright, who helmed films such as Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, paid tribute to the...Show More Summary

Director Edgar Wright Pays Tribute to Wes Craven

17 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Horror director Wes Craven, the man responsible for A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, among many other films, passed away over the weekend, succumbing to a battle with brain cancer. It’s a loss felt by many horror fans and cinephiles, who are taking stock of Craven’s significant influence on the movie landscape. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: The grim brutality of nature shines in Werner Herzog’s Ant-Man

After Edgar Wright departed the project, it was uncertain who would step in to direct Marvel’s Ant-Man. Eventually the job went to Peyton Reed who turned in a fun romp of a superhero film, but what if it had gone to another filmmaker?...Show More Summary

Edgar Wright's Next Movie Took A Big Step Forward

Everyone loves Edgar Wright. How can you not? He's overseen some of the funniest and most relentless films of the last decade, all of which have been punctuated with his uniquely visceral style behind the camera. Unfortunately, since he dropped out of Ant-Man last year, we've been waiting patiently for the English director to step back into action. Show More Summary

Edgar Wright’s ‘Collider’ Is Getting a Rewrite From ‘The Revenant’ Scribe

Edgar Wright is currently prepping Baby Driver, described as “the ultimate rock-and-roll car chase film,” but one of his next directorial efforts is taking a step forward in the meantime. Mark L. Smith (The Revenant) has just been tapped to do a rewrite on Collider, a Paramount project produced by J.J. Show More Summary

VOTD: What if Werner Herzog Directed ‘Ant-Man’?

With the release of Ant-Man earlier this month, we’re officially done with releases from Marvel Studios for 2015. Despite the trouble behind the scenes before the film started shooting, with Peyton Reed replacing Edgar Wright as director, it actually turned out to be a pretty decent comic book flick. Show More Summary

Sony shifts its schedule! Bad Boys 3 & 4! Ghostbusters! Uncharted! Edgar Wright's Baby Driver!

Sony's got a lot in the works and now we have a general idea when we'll be seeing high profile properties like Ghostbusters, Bad Boys, Jumanji, Uncharted, Resident Evil and Edgar Wright's new flick Baby Driver! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Show More Summary

Sony Dates Edgar Wright’s ‘Baby Driver,’ Delays ‘Uncharted,’ Sets ‘Passengers’ and ‘Underworld 5? Releases

Sony dated two Bad Boys sequels today, but those flags weren’t the only ones planted by the studio. There’s also the Dark Tower release plan, and a date for a new Jumanji movie, too. And that isn’t all. Sony has set 2016 dates for Passengers,...Show More Summary

The Unloved, Part 20: "Down with Love" and "The Break-up"

Director Peyton Reed became persona non grata with a particular kind of fanboy when it was announced that he would replace Edgar Wright as the director of a project that Wright originated at Marvel, "Ant Man." The finished film wentShow More Summary

Simon Pegg Really Wants To Make A Sequel To This Movie

"Me? They call me The King!" These are the final words (for now) of Simon Pegg's self-confident warrior character Gary King from Edgar Wright's The World's End, an uproarious comedy released in 2013. I say for now because Pegg has a hope that he might one day wear King's trenchcoat one day. Show More Summary

Michael Douglas Wants Funnier Lines In 'Ant-Man' Sequel

When Paul Rudd and Adam McKay did a rewrite of Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish's script for Ant-Man, they may have given all the best lines and moments to Rudd's Scott Lang. Michael Douglas playfully says "Not fair!" in a new interview with Yahoo! Movies. Show More Summary

‘Ant-Man’ – What Did You Think?

It’s been years in the making, over a decade in truth, but Marvel’s Ant-Man is on the big screen this weekend. Kickstarted by Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish in 2003 and ultimately directed by Peyton Reed with Paul Rudd starring, the film acts as the final chapter in Marvel’s “phase two” of universe building. Show More Summary

Film Review: Ant-Man

After a lengthy, decade long development process, Marvel's "Ant-Man" finally hits the big screen this week. The film lost its original director and champion Edgar Wright before shooting began, but still managed to turn out to be an exciting and entertaining comic book movie that mainstream audiences are sure to love. Show More Summary

How Does Ant-Man Rank Among The Other Marvel Movies?

Ant-Man maybe wasn't as risky a proposition as Guardians Of The Galaxy, but after Marvel's split with Edgar Wright and that boring first trailer, there was a real fear among fans that the film could be a mess. But so far with a little charm and a surprisingly big heart, the Paul Rudd superhero caper is [...]

Movie Review: Ant-Man builds a smaller, lighter Marvel movie

Though partly overshadowed by the very public departure of original director Edgar Wright, Ant-Man stands apart from the rest of the Marvel pack simply by being small. A sci-fi caper movie about an inventor who drafts a thief to steal...Show More Summary

How Evangeline Lilly's Character Changed During The Ant-Man Rewrites

When Edgar Wright decided to split with Marvel and leave Ant-Man, the name of the person helming the project wasn't the only thing to change about the movie. Adam McKay and Paul Rudd teamed up to do rewrites of the script, and while the story developed by Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish was maintained, many new and different elements were introduced. Show More Summary

Ant-Man Will Introduce a Weird New Reality From Marvel's Comics

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

And how much of Edgar Wright’s original script is still in Ant-Man? Henry Cavill says Batman v Superman isn’t a Superman movie. Bruce Campbell talks Ash vs Evil Dead. Some familiar DC voices will be appearing in Vixen. Plus, clips from Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Daredevil set pictures. Behold, Spoilers! Read more...

Ant-Man Director Reveals What Was Edgar Wright's Idea

For nearly 10 years, Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy mastermind Edgar Wright worked on Marvel’s Ant-Man and was eager to direct the tiny superhero adventure. Then in May 2014, Wright left the project due to creative differences and personality issues. Show More Summary

Peyton Reed Reveals Which Parts of ‘Ant-Man’ Were Edgar Wright’s Idea

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Replacing Edgar Wright on Ant-Man was never going to be an easy task. As director Peyton Reed recalls it, even he found himself wondering, “Who is the poor sap who is going to take over that movie?” — not realizing, of course, that he himself would get the job a few weeks later. Show More Summary

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