It’s always comforting to have a nerd in behind the camera for a comic book movie, and Ant-Man director Edgar Wright is certified nerd royalty. After first finding international success with rom-zom-com Shaun of the Dead, Wright has since completed his Cornetto Trilogy with action movie homage Hot Fuzz and pub crawl sci-fi The World’s End, and now his next assignment will be kicking off the third phase of Marvel’s cinematic universe.
Beyond Ant-Man, though, Wright has a number of mysterious projects in the pipeline, including a film known only as Collider. Since it’s in development at J.J. Abrams’ notoriously secretive studio Bad Robot, the only ...
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