Edgar Wright’s next flick Last Night in Soho has been delayed, fuckers! However, it’s been delayed to an appropriate date. I mean, Halloween weekend is fucking perfect. No? Plus, now it doesn’t need to compete with Dune for our love-glands and bucks, as that movie had been delayed until Soho‘s release weekend.
We finally got a fucking trailer for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho. Which naturally means I…didn’t watch it? Hey man, I don’t want fucking anything spoiled for me. Especially since this jam of his seems steeped more in mystery than usual. That said: fucking torqued. That said: can’t wait for October.
Edgar Wright directing adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘The Running Man’ for Paramount. Holy fuck, yes!
Holy shit, Edgar Wright is directing a new adaptation of The Running Man. Man, ain’t this good news for my ass. Given my love for Stephen King lately, and my adoration for Edgar Wright! Oh hell yes.
Edgar Wright’s next movie ‘Last Night In Soho’ is dropping September 25, 2020. Goddamn, that’s a wait!
A good goddamn, Last Night In Soho ain’t dropping until September of 2020. I mean. Motherfucker, are we ever being asked to wait for Edgar Wright’s next flick. That said, you know. I’ll make its arrival all the more special. Right?
Edgar Wright’s horror-thriller has the official title ‘Last Night in Soho’ and it’s starring Anya Taylor-Joy
Hell yeah, more news about Edgar Wright’s next flick! It’s titled Last Night in Soho, and it’s got itself a legitimately rising star.
I’m here for Edgar Wright’s next movie, motherfuckers. But to be fair, I’m here for anything Wright is up to.
Just give Edgar Wright fucking Bond 25. Just do it, BondCzars. He’s far more conventional and popcorn-y than Danny Boyle, and he proved with Baby Driver that he can rock action.
Edgar Wright teases that ‘Baby Driver’ sequel could be coming soon. Don’t play with us like that, dude
A Baby Driver sequel? Happening? Like, really happening? Fuck yes.
Edgar Wright is currently writing a sequel to Baby Driver, which is pretty rad. The original was damn fun, and made roughly a “fuckton” of money on a “relatively small” budget. So, it’s nice to see an inventive movie being rewarded with both financial and critical success.
I’m really excited for Baby Driver, despite finding the titular Baby’s face eminently punchable.