Photo Flash: Joss Whedon Salutes Edgar Wright's Leave from ANT-MAN With a Cornetto
Joss Whedon saluted Edgar Wright's leave from Ant-Man in the most perfect way. He tweeted a picture of himself holding up a Cornetto. Why is this perfect? Because it's reference to "The Three Flavours Cornetto" trilogy, which were directed and co-written by Edgar Wright. The trilogy includes Shaun of the Dead (2004), Hot Fuzz (2007), and The World's End (2013). Check below to see the picture!
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Wright left the project after 8 years because of artistic disputes with Marvel. According to The Latino Review, "The script came in this week and was completely undone. Poorer, homogenized, and not Edgar's vision...Edgar & Joe were upset by the sudden, out of nowhere lack of faith in them as filmmakers. Fiege had always batted for them but this felt like it came from the higher ups." After Marvel's overhaul of the script, Wright formally left the project.
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