In our first Crew Call podcast of awards season, we sit down with Baby Driver director Edgar Wright and his supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer Julian Slater to discuss how they made the director’s passion project the visceral and...Show More Summary
Bust out the candy corn – it’s almost Halloween. Nothing goes better with everyone’s favorite spooky holiday than a plethora of horror movies, and if you’re having trouble deciding just what to watch, filmmaker Edgar Wright has you covered. Show More Summary
One of Baby Driver's more amusing moments was when one of the thieving crews wore Austin Powers masks during a heist. Edgar Wright has shed light on how this moment came to be.
Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver" will no doubt inspire some cool Halloween get-ups this year, but one particular sight gag from the film is already causing a run at costume shops -- and it has nothing to do with Ansel Elgort's titular character. According...Show More Summary
Many of us movie fans look towards our favorite films when it comes to finding inspiration for Halloween costumes. One man who has helped us all out over the years is Edgar Wright, and it's something he's quite proud of.
(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to...Show More Summary
With Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright's fabled "Cornetto Trilogy" - Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End - at an end, the odds of ever getting a follow up to one of those movies were always low. But it's good to know that even Pegg's pub joke pitches about sequels sound as ludicrously good as the actual movies. More »
Nearly 15 years ago, a film called Shaun of the Dead came out, and in addition to launching what is now known as the Cornetto Trilogy, it also catapulted the career of director Edgar Wright to a whole new level. Along with actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Wright became a name synonymous with quality […]
Given how beloved the film and characters quickly became, it’s somewhat surprising that a sequel was never made to 2004’s Shaun of the Dead. Instead, Edgar Wright admirably brought more original ideas to life, subsequently directing Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and most recently, Baby Driver. But there was at least one point in time […]
I think it's safe to say that every single one of us here is a fan of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's horror comedy classic SHAUN OF THE DEAD. The film really is the great unifier, as I don't know one person on Earth that doesn't...Show More Summary
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are both very big names in show business right now, with Pegg having worked on the Star Trek franchise and Wright recently releasing the box office hit Baby Driver. But in the early 2000s, they were primarily known for their work on the cult TV show Spaced. Show More Summary
Yes, we just had Baby Driver, and it was excellent, but go back to the genius of Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz. You see, the film has somehow taken on a deeper meaning in the last ten years. Look, if you need more encouragement - watch our favourite Mikey Neumann explain why. More »
Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright wanted to makes a sequel to Shaun of the Dead called From Dusk Till Shaun.
In today's "Walking Dead"-obsessed world, it seems almost impossible to imagine a time when zombies weren't dominating pop culture. But back when Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost were teaming up to make rom-zom-com "Shaun of the Dead," the undead hadn't been a hot commodity in the film community for quite some time. Show More Summary
By Rob Hunter “If I was going to make an American crime film, I better get the details right.” The article 34 Things We Learned from Edgar Wright’s ‘Baby Driver’ Commentary appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Edgar Wright's car chase musical gets the hot pink print treatment. Read more...
Highlights from the Blu-ray launch party at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Read more...
If there were any winners at the sluggish box office this summer, they were Wonder Woman and Baby Driver. Wonder Woman may have eclipsed Baby Driver‘s gross, but Baby Driver made $225 million worldwide on a measly $34 million budget, becoming genius director Edgar Wright’s biggest hit and one of the most talked about films […]
It turns out that the fun Baby Driver moment where Baby rewinds his iPod in the middle of a chase served a very important filmmaking function. Here's what director Edgar Wright had to say about it.
On Wednesday night, I visited the Petersen Automotive Museum on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles to attend the Blu-ray release party of Baby Driver, writer/director Edgar Wright‘s music-driven car chase film that debuted earlier this year. Show More Summary