Edgar Wright talks a little bit about Ant-Man
The guys at Box Office Magazine just posted an excerpt of an upcoming interview with the director of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" about his future Marvel project, "Ant-Man".
The Box Office Magazine posted a little excerpt from an upcoming interview with Edgar Wright. Wanna know what he has to say about the Ant-Man?
Wright is asked if it is true that this project would become more naturalistic and that he intends to make it a comedy.
This is what he answered:
"I haven't actually started the second draft yet--I'm not going to be able to until this film [Scott Pilgrim] is out--but what we wrote for the first draft, and what Marvel really liked, is that it's funny, but it's a genre film. It's about the level of comedy that Iron Man has. The idea is to make a high-concept genre film where it's within another genre. His suit and its power is the big gadget and it takes place in the real world. I just wanted to do something that was slightly different than the superhero origin film. I felt that between that and the various mad scientist, crazy doctor films that we've all seen, this would be a way into an origin that was slightly different. I'm not really a multi-tasker--I haven't done anything since Marvel liked our first draft."
Sounds nice, can't wait for the whole interview. What do you think?
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