Edgar Wright

Edgar Wright to Direct Animated Movie About Shadows for DreamWorks

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by Britt Hayes November 19, 2015 @ 4:00 PM
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It’s been a few years since we had a new film from Edgar Wright, but we’re about to see a whole lot more from the director. In addition to filming his upcoming action film Baby Driver and developing Fortunately, the Milk with Johnny Depp, Wright has set his sights on directing his first animated feature. Tis the season to be thankful, and we’re definitely thankful for this.

Edgar Wright to Direct Johnny Depp in Neil Gaiman Adaptation ‘Fortunately, the Milk’

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by Britt Hayes October 24, 2015 @ 12:20 PM
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Early trailers and buzz for Black Mass indicated that the gangster drama would mark a much-needed return to form for Johnny Depp; unfortunately, as some rightfully assumed, that wasn’t quite so. But if anyone can get the best out of Depp, it might be Edgar Wright, who is teaming up with the actor for Fortunately, the Milk, an adaptation of a children’s book by Neil Gaiman.

Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver Adds Jon Hamm, Somehow Becomes Even Cooler

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by Britt Hayes October 20, 2015 @ 5:15 PM
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Sometimes dreams you didn’t even know you had come true. Edgar Wright’s next film has already been shaping up as an exciting prospect, but it somehow just became even more awesome with the casting of Mad Men star Jon Hamm. Hamm has joined the lineup of Baby Driver, the new action flick from the wild and crazy mind of Wright.

Sam Mendes Talks to Steven Spielberg, David Fincher and More in Delightfully Revealing Interview

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by Britt Hayes October 14, 2015 @ 6:27 PM
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Director interviews are often quite interesting, but as it turns out, it takes a director to really get his (or her) fellow directors to open up. Spectre director Sam Mendes chatted with Steven Spielberg, David Fincher, Edgar Wright and more of your favorites, asking some of the best questions — and getting some of the most revealing and delightful answers.

Jamie Foxx Joins the Cast of Edgar Wright’s ‘Baby Driver’

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by Mike Sampson September 8, 2015 @ 10:08 AM
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Many fans (including us) were very disappointed when Edgar Wright dropped out of Marvel’s Ant-Man. But, the silver lining is that Wright was suddenly available to write and direct a new, original film. That new film is Baby Driver, the upcoming musical-action film starring Ansel Elgort and Lily James. Michael Douglas was at one point also attached to the film, but has now been replaced Jamie Foxx, who is in talks to join the upcoming project.

Edgar Wright Pays Tribute to the Late Wes Craven With a Wonderful Essay

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by Britt Hayes August 31, 2015 @ 6:17 PM
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The loss of Wes Craven is one that’s felt pretty heavily in the film community, and there’s been no shortage of fans, filmmakers and actors sharing their remembrances of the director and his influence on their lives and work. Director Edgar Wright is one such fan of the late Craven, and took to his website to share a thoughtful and moving look back at the filmmaker whose work affected so many.

Edgar Wright’s ‘Collider’ Is Still Alive, Picks Up the Writer of ‘The Revenant’

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by Britt Hayes August 11, 2015 @ 5:17 PM
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You may have forgotten about Collider, the sci-fi film initially announced in 2012 with Edgar Wright attached to direct and J.J. Abrams producing. Since then, Wright departed Ant-Man and began prepping two new projects, including Baby Driver — but Collider has not been forgotten, and the project has just picked up a new writer to take a crack at the screenplay.

Edgar Wright’s ‘Baby Driver,’ Diablo Cody’s ‘Barbie,’ ‘Ghostbusters’ and More Get New Release Dates

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by Britt Hayes August 5, 2015 @ 5:39 PM
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Sony went on a release date-spree earlier today, scheduling a ton of upcoming films for 2016 and 2017. In addition to Bad Boys 3 and Bad Boys 4, the studio also set a 2017 date for the first film in Stephen King’s Dark Tower franchise and announced dates for a handful of anticipated projects, like Edgar Wright’s latest, the Barbie movie, Underworld 5 and more.

‘Ant-Man’ Review: A Marvel Movie of Frustratingly Small Pleasures

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by Matt Singer July 8, 2015 @ 3:00 PM
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Marvel is all about bigness. In the last couple years, the comic-book company turned Hollywood goliath has become become synonymous with a certain kind of blockbuster that’s so large it metastasizes beyond its own borders and crosses over into others. Marvel doesn’t make movies; they make universes. But you can paint yourself into a corner by perpetually topping yourself. At a certain point, how much bigger can you get?