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It’s been two weeks (from the time of this writing) since Marvel announced that Ant-Man co-writer and director Edgar Wright had left the project over creative differences. In the aftermath, the studio has scrambled to find a replacement director – culling a list of comedy veterans in the hopes that one will be able to pick up where Wright left off. Industry reports suggested that Adam McKay (Anchorman), Jonathan Levine (Warm Bodies), Rawson Thurber (We’re the Millers), and Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) were at the top of Marvel’s list but, over the last week, Thurber and McKay passed on the project – causing the studio to widen their search, adding Nicholas Stoller (Neighbors) and ...

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