Edgar Wright

Are standalone blockbusters making a comeback?

By James Luxford

After an unpredictable summer movie season, original stories are suddenly back in demand.

How Bonnie and Clyde brought the French New Wave to Hollywood

By David Pountain

Arthur Penn’s seminal crime thriller owes a lot to the likes of Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut.

Is a Baby Driver sequel already on the way?

By Josh Howey

The director has hinted that he might not be done with his musical heist caper just yet.

Why Baby Driver is the movie musical we’ve been waiting for

By Marshall Shaffer

Edgar Wright’s new film is a radical reinvention of a classic Hollywood genre.

The 30 greatest car chase scenes in movie history

By Matt Thrift

How many of these pulse-quickening set pieces have you seen?

Baby Driver

By Charles Bramesco

Edgar Wright’s finely-tuned latest is a glorious joyride that will leave you spinning.

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Six of the best Edgar Wright scenes

By Chris Edwards

From Shaun of the Dead to Scott Pilgrim, we run through some of the British director’s finest moments.

Is Hot Fuzz the ultimate anti-Brexit film?

By David Jenkins

Viewed today, Edgar Wright’s comic satire of small town English attitudes feels scarily prescient.

Watch the new trailer for Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver

By Little White Lies

Beat-matched getaway antics are the subject of the director’s latest, which receives a toe-tappin’ first trailer.

Take a first look at Edgar Wright’s new film Baby Driver

By Little White Lies

Ansel Elgort plays a hotshot getaway driver in the director’s new film.

The World’s End

By Adam Woodward

Lagergeddon? The hopocalypse? The bitter end? Edgar Wright and co are back for one final throw of the dice.

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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

By Matt Bochenski

Although Scott Pilgrim is a hyperactive feast, its greatest strength is its studied literalism.

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