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Edgar Wright

  1. Spaced Newbie Recap: “Chaos”

    Despite an action-packed episode courtesy of Tim’s adoration of Star Wars, “Chaos” almost seems to be a relaxed version of the show. While it's certainly not a weak episode (does this show do weak episodes?), it’s definitely a more sedated version than we’ve gotten for the prior four weeks. Despite this, Edgar Wright goes all out in his love of quick cuts, exaggerated close ups, and sound effects paired with both.

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  2. Spaced Newbie Recap, “Battles”

    We finally got more Mike this week!

    With this weeks episode of Spaced I saw two more Edgar Wright-isms introduced in the early stages of his career. First, there was his love of people jumping out of windows and out of scene, which would of course come back in Scott Pilgrim vs The World and The Worlds End. Then, Tim says to Brian "you've got some paint on you" which can't help but make me remember "you've got red on you" from Shaun of the Dead.

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  3. Spaced Newbie Recap, “Art”

    My word, is David Williams' character Vulva ever on the eerie side.

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  4. Spaced Newbie Recap, “Gatherings”

    I don’t see myself ever not saying this, but I loved this episode! It had me laughing essentially from the beginning until it ended, while allowing us to learn more about our oddball lead characters. The premise is again deceptively simple: Daisy, like many of us, is an enthusiastic procrastinator and decides to throw a party instead of sitting down to write anythin

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  5. Spaced Newbie Recap, “Beginnings”

    There are no filmmakers like Edgar Wright. Wright has taken what’s fun about the cinematic experience and projected it through a lens that’s full of cheeky humor, impressively diverse visuals, and an emotional thorough line. All the while, he takes familiar narratives (buddy cop movies, zombies and aliens) and compresses them into a more singular story, while simultaneously broadening the topics to find something that can reach past those formulaic tropes.

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  6. Edgar Wright Is Making A Steampunk Oliver Twist Movie Which Sounds Awesome Don’t Even Lie To Yourself

    Edgar Wright has apparently turned in a script for a steampunk Oliver Twist film, so we can all stop being sad about Ant-Man now, I guess.

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  7. Evangeline Lilly Just DNGAF in the New Ant-Man Images

    "This movie should have been called 'The Wasp.'"

    I mean really, even if she doesn't turn out to be The Wasp, that face says it all.

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  8. Roberto Orci Leaving Star Trek 3, May Be Replaced By Edgar Wright

    Star Trek 3: Into rumors.

    Quuuuuuooooooooooooiiiiiiii?

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  9. The Women of Ant-Man Talk Female Characters, Edgar Wright’s Departure

    Cassie Lang: y/n?

    "I’m no schlump. I’m a pretty smart, competent, capable, kick-ass female."

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Cornetto Trilogy Figurines Have Got Some Red On ‘Em

    Let's just go to the Winchester and wait for all this to blow over.

    A Large Evil Corporation (excellent name is excellent) has produced three sets of highly-detailed vinyl figurines to honor Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's characters in each installment of the beloved Cornetto Trilogy.

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