Eclectic Method has created a rocking remix the 2010 Edgar Wright film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Edgar Wright’s masterpiece of comic book indie fusion joy gets a remix from Eclectic Method. The music is constructed from remixed bits of the songs in the movie and band battles that dominate the story. Michael Cera, Mary […]
Remix master Eclectic Method reminds us just how much we loved Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and all of the films of Edgar Wright with his brief tribute to this wonderfully fun comic book come to life. Guess we know what we’ll be rewatching this weekend.
Jon Hamm is currently shooting the new movie Baby Driver in Atlanta, which is why the 44-year-old actor has been spotted numerous times around the town, according to Just Jared. Hamm is starring in the film directed by Edgar Wright alongside Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey, Lily James and Ansel Elgort. Show More Summary
When you look at how director Edgar Wright presented Scott Pilgrim vs the World for the big screen, you would think that the film adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley‘s graphic novel series would be pretty loyal to the source material. For the most part, that’s true. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Patrick Muhlberger has clearly been inspired by the visual comedy of Edgar Wright, but that takes nothing away from quirky short film about a man hellbent on righting a wrong when a DJ plays the wrong song for his niece at a dance.
Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images Sky Ferreira has been cast in Edgar Wright's (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Shaun of the Dead) upcoming film Baby Driver, according to TheWrap. The film, which is set for a 2017 release, is aboutShow More Summary
“Creative differences” is a term you hear quite often nowadays. In 2014, Edgar Wright and Marvel stirred up a chunky stew of controversy when Wright unexpectedly quit Ant Man’s production. Marvel’s bigger plans for its Cinematic Universe supposedly clashed with Wright’s ambition of making a Cornetto-style superhero film. Show More Summary
Deadline reports that Jon Bernthal, whom we’ll soon (but not soon enough) see bombarding Hell’s Kitchen with his vengeance, has just joined the cast of Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver. It’s not currently known what part Bernthal will play...Show More Summary
Edgar Wright‘s name alone is enough to get us interested in any project he’s involved with, but it certainly doesn’t hurt when he pulls together a fantastic cast to help bring his vision to life. Shooting on his latest, Baby Driver,Show More Summary
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The "Walking Dead" alum joins the cast of the heist comedy, which includes Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey and Ansel Elgort.
EXCLUSIVE: This one ought to play large with the Comic-Con crowd. Edgar Wright has finished casting his film Baby Driver for TriStar and Media Rights Capital, and he has set Jon Bernthal for the key role of Griff. Bernthal, most fondly remembered for The Walking Dead but who also shone recently in a small role in Sicario, joins a great cast. Show More Summary
The latest Edgar Wright film, Baby Driver, starring Ansel Elgort, recently started production in Atlanta, along with war film Thank You For Your Service, which stars Miles Teller and Amy Schumer in a rare dramatic role.
Good news: Edgar Wright has begun filming his newest picture, Baby Driver. Shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, began this week, and Wright is already sharing behind-the-scenes pics from his rock-and-roll car chase film. There aren’t any shots...Show More Summary
Screen Junkies take down Edgar Wright and Michael Cera.
The story of how Marvel's ANT-MAN inched its way to the big screen is practically the stuff of legend in fanboy circles. From Edgar Wright pitching the film before there was any "Cinematic Universes" to discuss, to the English writer-directer...Show More Summary
Casting director Rose Locke and writer-director Edgar Wright (“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”) are seeking Atlanta-based talent for background work on the upcoming action flick, “Baby Driver.” The feature film, which stars Jamie Foxx,Show More Summary
How Edgar Wright’s zombie horror-comedy resurrected the genre.
Matt Denton says, "This is test footage and images of the animatronic head built for Edgar Wright's The World's End. This is a fairly simple head with only eye and jaw movement but has just enough functionality to sell the gag! Used during the fight sequence in the toilets"
Adam McKay leapt to Ant-Man’s rescue back in May, 2014, when Edgar Wright dropped out of production. While Peyton Reed was brought in to replace Wright as director, it was McKay and Paul Rudd’s hiring as screenwriters that helped to give Ant-Man a unique, comedic edge. Show More Summary