Director Edgar Wright reveals because of the influx of the number of film productions in the United Kingdom, Ant-Man will have to shoot elsewhere.
Director Edgar Wright keeps interest in his Ant-Man movie growing, teasing Marvel fans with a behind the scenes photo and good-naturedly teasing tweet.
Ant-Man director Edgar Wright lays out why he never intended for Ultron to be part of his film, saying, “Some of the most successful origin films actually have a narrower focus. You cannot put 50 years of the Marvel universe into a movie. It’s impossible.”
Simon Pegg sparked a flurry of Internet speculation after tweeting a photo of himself in front of an image of Ant-Man while visiting the Marvel offices, and then claimed he’s just excited for Edgar Wright’s film.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright charmed a packed Hall H audience at Comic-Con International with jokes, stories and fun footage from The World’s End
Ultron’s creator may not appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but Ant-Man director Edgar Wright promises fans will see Hank Pym in his 2015 Marvel film.
At Comic-Con International, three visionary directors — Alfonso Cuarón, Marc Webb and Edgar Wright — discuss the filmmaking process, and one of them spills a secret from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Simon Pegg teased fans with the possibility for a fourth season of beloved U.K. comedy Spaced, skipping over the third entirely.