Funko pays tribute to the first film in Edgar Wright’s brilliant Cornetto trilogy, with big-headed figures of Shaun and his cricket bat, and Ed sporting a shovel. Entertainment Earth’s exclusive blood-spattered versions are our faves. Funko, you’ve got red on you.
The recent passing of Wes Craven has been a major blow for horror fans worldwide. Many have taken to the web to share stories and commemorate the iconic filmmaker, including Shaun Of The Dead director/writer Edgar Wright who penned a very touching blog post. Show More Summary
Jamie Foxx has joined director Edgar Wright’s new film Baby Driver. He'll play a crime boss who pressures Baby, played by Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars), to work for him. Lily James (Cinderella) also co-stars as Elgort’s love interest. Show More Summary
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While he hasn't signed on yet, things are looking good for Jamie Foxx to join up with Ansel Elgort and Lily James for Edgar Wright's Baby Driver. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline is reporting that Jamie...Show More Summary
Looks like there will be some onscreen adult supervision in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver—Deadline reports that established grown-up Jamie Foxx is set to play a crime boss who’s probably the villain of the film and not, say, puberty. Wright...Show More Summary
Baby Driver has just picked up an Oscar winner. Jamie Foxx is in talks to board the Edgar Wright project, described as “the ultimate rock-and-roll car chase film.” He joins Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars) and Lily James (Cinderella). Show More Summary
The actor will play a crime boss who coerces the title wheelman played by Ansel Elgort to work for him The post Jamie Foxx in Talks to Join Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE– Jamie Foxx is in talks to board Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver opposite Lily James and Ansel Elgort. Foxx is set to play a crime boss who coerces a young, talented getaway driver to work for him. Elgort pays the driver, who relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best. Show More Summary
I can’t quite take in the full lineup for this year’s Beyond Fest, which takes place in Los Angeles from October 1 – 12. There are west coast premieres for films like Kurt Russell’s Bone Tomahawk, and The Assassin from Hou Hsiao-hsien. Show More Summary
There has been a big shakeup at Marvel Studios, the folks behind the mega-popular universe of superhero movies that seem bent on world domination. Parent company Disney restructured things and reportedly did away with the so-called Creative Committee. Show More Summary
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
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
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
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 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
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'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 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
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