When we debuted the first trailer for Marvel’s upcoming Ant-Man, we were a little nervous about the whole endeavor. The Edgar Wright kerfuffle and subsequent re-shuffling of the very small deck of actors wasn’t promising, even if hiring Peyton Reed helped to allay some fears. Show More Summary
I really want to like Ant-Man, but I admit I've been apprehensive since Edgar Wright's departure. Not helping is the fact that each ad for the film seems like a serious superhero trailer that some exec watched and said "It's good, but...Show More Summary
For such a small guy, Ant-Man sure has caused a lot of big problems for Marvel Studios. Ever since the original director Edgar Wright—who was one of the only reasons to get excited about this film early on—departed the project, the 12th...Show More Summary
Meet your Baby Driver.
Mr. Wright catches a rising star for his getaway driver flick. Read the full article on AICN Jeremy here... Back in January, rumors started circulating that several actors were up for the lead in Edgar Wright's forthcoming BABY DRIVER. Show More Summary
For a few moments last year, Adam McKay almost directed Ant-Man. At least, that’s how the situation seemed to be developing. After Edgar Wright left the project, star Paul Rudd called his friend McKay to work on the film. The pair worked together on the script and McKay was considered to helm the project, too. Show More Summary
If there’s any movie that’s in danger of breaking Marvel’s streak of quality films, it’s Ant-Man. The film’s pre-production was riddled with problems. Ant-Man was in development for several years from director Edgar Wright, who’s best known for films like Shaun Of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Show More Summary
When he’s not collaborating with Edgar Wright, beaming up James Kirk, or nearly fumbling missions with Ethan Hunt, Simon Pegg can apparently make for a pretty convincing romantic lead. At least that’s what the new Man Up trailer wants to believe, in which he plays a man who catches the eye of unlucky-in-love Lake Bell. Show More Summary
Part of what made Edgar Wright’s The World’s End so refreshing was the way that it feinted at being a certain tired sort of movie before suddenly making a wild leap in another direction. Growing Up And Other Lies, an American indie written...Show More Summary
Even diehard fans of Nick Frost will probably be taken aback by his performance in "Unfinished Business." The British actor, best known for his trilogy of films with co-star Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead,"Show More Summary
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
Ah yes, it's time to delve into the cinephile mind of Edgar Wright. What films have influenced him as a filmmaker, which are his favorites? Edgar (follow him on twitter @edgarwright) recently stopped by the Criterion Collection offices in New York and raided their DVD closet, as all respectable filmmakers must do. Show More Summary
Plus a fun story about Warren Beatty beating people up.
There are no filmmakers like Edgar Wright. Wright has taken what’s fun about the cinematic experience and projected it through a lens that’s full of cheeky humor, impressively diverse visuals, and an emotional thorough line. All theShow More Summary
Joss Whedon explains why Ultron's origins were altered from the comic books in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', and why 'Ant-Man' doesn't show up. [...]
Edgar Wright has been working to fill up his plate after departing Marvel's Ant-Man. He quickly moved on to sci-fi film, Grasshopper Jungle and a rock-and-roll car chase film, entitled Baby Driver, and now his latest project will turn...Show More Summary
Have you ever thought what it would be like if Harry Potter was recut in the style of Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World? The story about the "Boy Who Lived" does sort of have similar story elements to make this possible. There's...Show More Summary
Edgar Wright has apparently turned in a script for a steampunk Oliver Twist film, so we can all stop being sad about Ant-Man now, I guess.
Cornetto Trilogy mastermind Edgar Wright has just completed a rewrite on the script for a cop movie based on the works of Charles Dickens. Like guileless orphans, the producers of Dodge And Twist apparently marched, script in timid hand, to the Hot Fuzz director and asked him if he could please, sir, give them a little more. Show More Summary
"Consider yourself part of the furniture" takes on a whole new relevance.