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    Edgar Wright Set to Direct ‘Set My Heart to Five’ For Focus Features

    Edgar Wright is in talks to direct “Set My Heart to Five,” an adaptation of an upcoming novel from Simon Stephenson. Focus Features is distributing the film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the synopsis follows a dentist android named Jared. Set 34 years ahead of the present-day, Jared discovers the musings and memorabilia of the […] More

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    Top 10: Most Anticipated 2020 Releases

    As we say goodbye to 2019 and the 2010s, a new decade of cinematic history begins. From big-budget musicals to superhero adventures to directors passion projects, 2020 looks to offer a wide variety of reasons to head to the theaters. This list was tough to put together, considering the number of titles to choose from. […] More

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    Anya Taylor-Joy to Star in ‘Last Night in Soho’

    Coming off the success of “Glass,” Anya Taylor-Joy just landed a new starring role. According to Variety, she will play one of the leads in Edgar Wright’s upcoming psychological thriller. Also, the previously untitled film finally has a title: “Last Night in Soho.” Besides the story being set in London’s Soho district, plot details are currently unknown. […] More

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    Edgar Wright Reveals He Will Dabble Into Horror for His Movie

    Coming off of the great reception and Oscar nominations his musically infused heist film “Baby Driver” received, fan-favorite Edgar Wright is gearing up to direct his new film in London this summer. Empire Magazine reports that in a conversation with the director for their latest print issue, he revealed that for his next project he […] More

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    2018 Oscar Circuit: Sound Mixing & Sound Editing

    Ah, the Sound categories.  For every person to claims to understand the difference between Sound Editing and Sound Mixing, there seems to be a horde of people who couldn’t differentiate the two categories if their lives depended on it.  For decades, the the achievement of sound editing was an Academy scion, relegating to special Oscars […] More

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    Interview: Double Oscar Nominated Sound Editor and Mixer Julian Slater

    Few people can boast that they’ve been nominated for multiple below-the-line Oscars in a single year. Yet “Baby Driver,” a surprise nominee to some, has one of those unique individuals. Julian Slater, the incredible sound mixer and sound remixer of “Baby Driver” has had a very impressive career to this point. He’s worked with Edgar Wright on […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Paul Machliss and Jonathan Amos Talk About the Challenges and Fun of Editing ‘Baby Driver’

    When “Baby Driver” hit theaters last summer, it was something of a surprise. This quirky film about a getaway driver named Baby (Ansel Elgort) turned out to be more than just your average summer action flick. But after audiences realized there was something just a little different about this action/car chase movie set to great […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Baby Driver’ is a Mixtape of Killer Music and Action

    In some ways, “Baby Driver” is both very much like what filmmaker Edgar Wright has done before, while also being a whole new direction for him. Wright shifts gears (no pun intended) from parodying a genre to homaging it, making this movie something of an odd duck. Often a lot of fun, the film also […] More

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    Film Review: Ant-Man (★★★)

    Now more than ever, I really wish that we could have seen what Edgar Wright had planned for Ant-Man. Throughout the version that is hitting screens, we see tons of hints at what his vision was for the diminutive superhero. Of course, even though Wright stepped away from directorial duties after disagreements with Marvel, Wright […] More

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    Will Ferrell could play Russ Meyer for Edgar Wright?

    Now this could be an intriguing film if it winds up getting made at all. Apparently there’s a project making the rounds called Russ & Roger Go Beyond, which tells the tale of how filmmaker Russ Meyer and film critic Roger Ebert got together to make Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. None other than […] More

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