News of Edgar Wright's next movie Baby Driver has been coming out slowly over the last few months. What started as a big "No seriously, Marvel, effff yooouuuuu" has turned into a fascinating sounding film. First we heard that...
Edgar Wright's latest project about a young driver in the midst of a bank robbery gone wrong of course called for a love interest, and who better to fill those glass slippers than Cinderella herself, Lily James. Now, as Wright bounces...Show More Summary
Edgar Wright has picked up another promising young talent for his next film. Lily James will join Ansel Elgort in Baby Driver, a thriller previously described as “the ultimate rock-and-roll car chase film.” And with her casting comes some juicy new plot details on the movie. Show More Summary
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It feels like it’s been a while since we heard about Baby Driver, the movie that Edgar Wright started working on after he scurried away from Ant-Man. Back in January, we reported that The Fault In Our Stars’ Ansel Elgort was in talks...Show More Summary
A new Edgar Wright movie is gathering steam, which is always good news! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Hey, that's Cinderella's Lily James up there! She was in that Cinderella movie that Disney made a bunchShow More Summary
Reddit user redditmason shares a wonderful discovery in Edgar Wright’s 2004 Shaun of the Dead. Below is created an image gallery join imgur that shows various recurring extras before and after transformations! I love that, over 10 years after its release, Shaun of the Dead is such a cult classic that we continue to dissect […]
Plus Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish settle Ant-Man writing credit dispute, and Franz Drameh joins the cast of the Arrow/Flash spin-off
Marvel's main push this year is Avengers: Age of Ultron, but there's a little, big-budget movie coming just a few months after. That would be Ant-Man! Peyton Reed took over for Edgar Wright in helming the story of Scott Lang's adventures...Show More Summary
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When a movie goes through as much public turmoil as Marvel’s Ant-Man, it’s always mysterious how the credits are going to end up. Originally, when Edgar Wright was going to direct, the screenplay was by Wright and Joe Cornish. But when...Show More Summary
Ant-Man, Marvel’s most ambitious venture to date, has had a long rocky road to this year’s premiere. It has been filled with excitement, intrigue, and a little bit of heartache. Originally, Marvel’s Ant-Man was directed by Edgar Wright, the director of films such as Scott Pilgrim Vs. Show More Summary
Ant-Man has been an uphill battle for Marvel Studios. The project has been marked by a slew of production problems, including the biggest development of them all: Edgar Wright’s conscious uncoupling from the project. As if we neededShow More Summary
Joss Whedon’s Marvel Universe tentpole film, Avengers: Age of Ultron, is set for a May 1 premiere in the U.S.,… Read More
Just days before the debut of AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON, director Joss Whedon talks about Edgar Wright's departure from ANT-MAN and other disagreements with Marvel.
Marvel may be developing a TV show based on Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel. Joss Whedon talks about Edgar Wright leaving Ant-Man. Doctor Who unveils a new monster. Get a better look at Batman v. Superman’s new Batsuit. And a familiar face officially returns to X-Files. Behold, Spoilers! Read more...
Last week, Joss Whedon came out and apologized for criticizing Jurassic World on Twitter. He said he regretted slamming another filmmaker so publicly, on that very public and instantaneous platform. It was a mistake. Note, though, that this does...
Fanboys everywhere were shocked and more than a little disappointed when Marvel announced that writer/director Edgar Wright had left Ant-Man. After All, Wright had been working on the script, along with Joe Cornish, for a few years, and had even cast the film's lead actors. Show More Summary
We're only a few months away from Ant-Man hitting theaters, but nearly a year ago, the film's fate was much more uncertain. After eight years of working on the project, director Edgar Wright departed Ant-Man due to creative differences. Show More Summary
The "Avengers: Age of Ultron" director shares his feelings regarding Edgar Wright's decision to step away from the upcoming Marvel movie.