The actor explains how "grateful" he was when he met Myers on the set of their new movie and thanked him for helping director Edgar Wright.
The summer hit “Baby Driver” not only used music well. One way or another, it got a surprising number of musicians in front of the camera. In an exclusive clip, director Edgar Wright names them.
Notoriously slow summer movies season still has success stories ("Wonder Woman," "Dunkirk," "Annabelle: Creation") but also many clunkers: a report card.
'Baby Driver' director Edgar Wright tells Uproxx in a new Q&A he'll never see Marvel's 'Ant-Man,' the movie from which he was fired after months of prep
'Baby Driver' crew visits Yahoo Movies, director Edgar Wright shares story of getting a thumbs-up from Ryan Gosling for first car-chase scene at CinemaCon
New trailer for 'Baby Driver,' Edgar Wright's music-driven cops-and-robbers romance, scored to oldie but goodie "Tequila" and playfully dubbed "TeKillYeh"
Crime-flick love story as Pop-conscious as Wright’s earlier work but unironic about its romantic core, it'll delight director’s fans and connect easily at multiplex
Writer-director of "Shaun of the Dead," "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," and "The World’s End" – is officially behind the camera again, a fact that Wright announced to the world via Twitter.
Edgar Wright and Johnny Depp (Photo: Jon Furniss/Invision/AP; Joel Ryan/Invision/AP) Fox is in early talks to pick up Fortunately, the Milk, which will have a script by Bret McKenzie. By Borys Kit and Rebecca Ford THR exclusive: Edgar Wright and Johnny Depp are teaming up to adapt Fortunately, the Milk, based on a Neil Gaiman story, in a hot package that is in early negotiations to be acquired by Fox. Wright would helm the film, which is intended to be a live-action/animation hybrid which will have a script by Bret McKenzie, the writer known as being one half of the musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords. Depp will star in and produce along with animation house Animal Logic Entertainment (The Lego Movie), which acquired the book out of pocket and packaged it.
You’d never know Peyton Reed was a fanboy based on a résumé that includes Bring It On, The Break-Up, and Yes Man all the way back to TV shows like The Weird Al Show, Mr. Show, and Upright Citizen’s Brigade. Reed’s chance finally arrived in June 2014, when he replaced Edgar Wright as the director of Marvel’s Ant-Man. The film stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, a master thief recruited by inventor Hank Pym (the original Ant-Man in the comics, played by Michael Douglas) to take control of a suit that can shrink humans to microscopic size.