Not Live Blog: Edgar Wright And The World’s End Panel At MCM London Comic-Con

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The signal in this afternoon’s MCM panel for Edgar Wright‘s new movie, The World’s End, was woeful. I wanted to liveblog, but nothing I had could connect to any kind of signal at all. I couldn’t even have called you up and repeated it all to you.

So I’m going to not-live blog it instead. Patrick and I are sitting in the pub, trying to remember what we heard, and as it comes to mind, we’ll pop it up here. Some of it was quite interesting, yes. And there were conversations about Star Wars and Ant Man. Sort of. But not quite.

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