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When Edgar Wright left Ant-Man, the first name that became involved with Adam McKay (Anchorman). He didn’t end up directing the film, but he and star Paul Rudd did a writing pass over the script. Now the writer/director is in …
Let me start by admitting I watched this show when I was a kid and kind of liked it… Now, Hollywood Reporter says that Will Ferrell and his comedy partner Adam McKay have signed on to produce Sony’s live action/animated …
Latino-Review.com is reporting that Marvel’s upcoming Ant-Man movie has hired on writers Gabriel Ferrari and Andrew Barrer. So does that mean script based on Edgar Wright’s original idea and then revised by Adam McKay is in trouble? Not necessarily. It …
Well, I guess they got this done as quickly as possible.
There is a hint at the end of that that he may not be definitively out of the running. Although, I’m going to call it. He is out.
There’s been a lot said about Edgar Wright’s decision to leave Ant-Man and quite what creative differences had sprung up between the director and Marvel Studios.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel are interested in Ruben Fleischer, Adam McKay and Rawson Marshall Thurber as possible Ant-Man replacements for recently estranged co-writer and director Edgar Wright. The Wrap go so far as to say Thurber is the frontrunner, …
I guess that Baxter-based spin-off that was never going to happen is now never going to happen with a cherry on top.
How does making a film like this – rich in improv, almost modular in terms of its editing – require different filmmaking techniques to, say, Back to the Future or Inside Llewyn Davis?
Somebody is trying to help Ron Burgundy understand one of the day’s biggest news stories.
A newly published interview with the Adam McKay has revealed an offbeat spin-off that might just happen.
There’s obviously no end to the sheer class that is Ron Burgundy. Here three video updates from San Diego’s finest.
Second Version Of Anchorman 2 With Hundreds Of Different Jokes Also In The Pipeline For Cinema Release
Alternative versions are very, very possible in this age of digital distribution. Do we want them, though? Will we turn up to see alternative edits of the same film?
I’m surprised how much it feels like Ron Burgundy and his cohort never went away.
It seems like Ron Burgundy will be down on his luck at the opening of Anchorman 2. According to EW: Set a few years after the first movie, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues finds Ron Burgundy — who has lost …
It’s kind of a big deal, he says.
Remember that teaser trailer from last year? Yeah, it is kind of like that.