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
Test footage shared by animatronics artist Matt Denton shows Greg Townley, the animatronic head used in Edgar Wright‘s 2103 film The World’s End. The head features realistic eye and jaw movement with detailed skin for a convincing final product. This is test footage and images of the animatronic head built for Edgar Wrights “The World’s End”. […]
This instant classic from Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright features some of the best dialogue EVER written. Column by Christopher Shultz Welcome back to What Works & What Doesn't, an ongoing series about the craft of screenwriting. Thus far,...Show More Summary
Hey, I enjoyed Ant-Man. Sure, it lost Edgar Wright on its way to completion, but even so, it still turned out to be a decent film (in no small part to Paul Rudd). It wasn’t without its flaws however and Screen Junkies is happy to show you how in this latest Honest Trailer instalment. More »
Before Edgar Wright and Wes Anderson, before Chuck Jones and Jackie Chan, there was Buster Keaton, one of the founding fathers of visual comedy. And nearly 100 years after he first appeared onscreen, we're still learning from him. Vimeo link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari will write the film with Paul Rudd and Adam McKay. Read the full article on AICN Everyone knows there was some craziness surrounding the ANT-MAN script. Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, of course, wrote...Show More Summary
In his latest video, Every Frame a Painting host Tony Zhou closely examines how Buster Keaton masterfully executed his silent film gags and his influence on modern directors like Wes Anderson. Before Edgar Wright and Wes Anderson, before Chuck Jones and Jackie Chan, there was Buster Keaton, one of the founding fathers of visual comedy. And nearly […]
Edgar Wright is about to take his first step into animation directing - and it looks like a doozy. But, the deja vu is real. Let me break it down for you. Wright's upcoming animated film is going to revolve around the concept of shadows, according to The Wrap. Show More Summary
Two creators, two branches of the same studio, one pretty excellent news day for comedy fans: Edgar Wright and T.J. Miller both have projects under way at DreamWorks. …Read More
Edgar Wright has come aboard to direct an untitled DreamWorks Animation project about shadows, which he is co-writing with David Walliams.
Edgar Wright will direct and co-write the screenplay for DreamWorks Animation‘s Shadows. Wright will co-write the film with acclaimed comedian and author, David Walliams. This will be Wright's feature animation directorial debut. Co-writer...Show More Summary
According to Deadline, Edgar Wright’s next directing gig will be for an animated movie—the first of his career. Wright will co-write the project alongside Little Britain’s David Walliams, and it’s said to be “centered on the conceptShow More Summary
Few would argue that Edgar Wright is one of the most exciting filmmakers out in the world today. He’s made only four features, but each is infused with a uniquely palpable style and energy. Now, we’ll get to see what that looks like in animation. Read more...
Is someone reading this aloud to you? Did you think we said the new Edgar Wright DreamWorks collaboration is about chateaus? No, it's not about the little French houses, but about shadows, the things that happen when you stand in front of light. Now that that's cleared up (you're welcome),... More »
Director Edgar Wright has been a feature filmmaker for about 11 years now, and in that time he’s delivered four outstanding films with near-flawless screenplays, tight editing and visuals that truly use the medium of film to its full potential. Show More Summary