Stan Lee Briefly Comments On Edgar Wright Leaving ANT-MAN
It was a huge shock to hear Edgar Wright has left Ant-Man considering his passion for the film (he spent nearly a decade working on it after all). Now Stan Lee shared his thoughts on him leaving the project after having met him and getting to him and his vision for the movie.
There have been rumors over who will take over Ant-Man after Marvel shocked us all by announcing Edgar Wright has left the project, but nothing is officially announced quite yet. James Gunn recently talked about his feeling behind it, and Joss Whedon posted a 'cornetto selfie' that is interpreted as a message to Wright, but now Stan Lee has commented while off promoting Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., an interactive exhibit at Discovery Time Square in New York City. "I’m sorry about that. I had lunch with him, I met him, he was so excited about it. That was over a year ago. But they’re still making the movie I understand, and it’ll be a great movie because, again, the special effects you can imagine them – a guy this big crawling around the room, people about to step on him. It’ll be great." Stan Lee has previously praised Wright in the past, and we all should know about the talk he had with Wright not too long ago, so this news must have made him pretty upset indeed. Ant-Man is currently scheduled to be released July 17, 2015, and Marvel said they will not be changing the release date, but at this point we are not positive. Who do you think will be his replacement? Sound off below.
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