Watch: 1-Hour Masterclass With Edgar Wright | The Playlist
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The latest is a one-hour masterclass featuring Wright that has made its way online. Chris Jones hosts the discussion recorded at the London Screenwriters Festival last year, and the talk ranges from Wright's observations about his first feature "A Fistful Of Fingers"; making "Shaun Of The Dead" as both the "Dawn Of The Dead" remake (released within two weeks of his zombie comedy in the U.K.) and "28 Days Later..." were brewing; his writing process and more. For fans or anyone interested in the business, it's worth making the time for.
Edgar Wright Announces THE WORLD’S END IS NIGHT Film Festival Lineup at New Beverly | Collider
Director Edgar Wright has curated three seasons of his mini-film festival “The Wright Stuff” at the New Beverly since 2007. He just announced the lineup for a fourth round—this one under the heading “The World’s End Is Nigh”—with a specific goal in mind:
“Now, to get you in the mood for the North American release of The World’s End on Aug 23rd, I have put together 12 stepping stones to our new movie. The films are all great and all wildly diverse, but you will see some of the seeds of their influence in our new movie.”
“Wildly diverse” may be an understatement, given the range from American Graffiti to The Terminator. See the full list of double features after the jump.
Check out Edgar Wright’s blog for information on how to buy tickets.
Wow. Alex Pardee is pretty damned kickass.
Striking Artistic Poster For ‘The World’s End’ By Alex Pardee | /Film
Simon Pegg responds to rumor he's the guy cast as Marvel's Ant-Man | Blastr
FFS the Internet, all I did was point at the central character in my dear friend's next movie, because I'm excited for him. #iamantman
I am however going to play Antnan, a film about the adventures of a tiny grandmother. #iamantnan
Nick Frost and James Marsden Join Vince Vaughn in BUSINESS TRIP | Collider
A couple more names have been added to the cast of Starbuck director Ken Scott’s new comedy Business Trip. The film stars Vince Vaughn as an American business man whose trip to Europe “is upended and devolves into amusing madness,” with Dave Franco already onboard to co-star. Now The Wrap reports that Nick Frost and James Marsden are in talks to sign on in supporting roles. Scott and Vaughn most recently collaborated on the comedy Delivery Man, which opens in theaters this November. Further details regarding Frost and Marsden’s roles are unknown at this time.