We’ve been hearing for years that Edgar Wright’s take on Ant-Man is a different beast than the rest of the Marvel universe — and we’re finally starting to figure out why.
If we're going to have Hank Pym on the big screen, you'd better believe we need Janet van Dyne, too.
One of Marvel's quirkiest movies is finally getting started, so it's high time we got our first glimpse of its hero, right?
Edgar Wright's entry into the Marvel stable wasn't due until November 2015, but, apparently, someone's got a lot of faith in the project.
Some nine years after Shaun of the Dead, six years since Hot Fuzz, and countless fan requests, Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost team up once again.
Inevitably, all comic characters are changed for film adaptation, but director Edgar Wright is already zen about it.
With The World's End headed stateside at the end of the month, let's take another look at the first entry into the Cornetto Trilogy.
Edgar Wright had a simple question about a curse word in his new film, and he got a very thorough and enlightening response from a British censor.
Leave it to Edgar Wright to deliver the line of the day during an early Friday panel at Comic-Con.
Only at Comic-con do you get three terrific directors on one stage to talk about what they do.