Filmmaker Edgar Wright is known for making satirical genre films. He frequently collaborates with actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. His mainstream films began with the 2004 zombie satire film dropping out. The trio worked at work in 2007. hot mist and of 2013 The World’s End. However, Wright’s fans are begging him to make a dropping out sequel. He recently brushed off any potential hope for a second installment.
‘Shaun of the Dead’ becomes horror favorite
zombie comedy dropping out Follows the title character (Peg) and his friend Ed (Frost) as a zombie apocalypse. They seek safety in a local pub with their loved ones. However, nothing goes according to plan in this horror-comedy. This is George A. Highly inspired by Romero dead trilogy
Both the critics and the audience had a lot of fun dropping out. Additionally, it has gained a very loyal following. It regularly appears on horror best-of lists. The zombie genre is long overdue, but dropping out Breathed life into it. Many movies tried to capture the same lightning in a bottle. But, there is only one dropping out.
Edgar Wright Won’t Make a ‘Shaun of the Dead’ Sequel
game radar reported in an interview where Wright spoke dropping out. He told how he has moved on from the horror-comedy genre. He does not want to re-read the same field that he has explored long ago in his career.
“I didn’t go back to horror-comedy, because with dropping out I felt like I had pretty much said whatever I wanted to say with that film,” Wright said. “Even as a producer, it is difficult to fall back on that. Sometimes I get sent movies – people want to make the next Sean And I want to come as a producer. But I find it difficult to cover the same area again.”
Wright explained how fans’ expectations don’t align with the reality of being a filmmaker. It takes a long time and a lot of hard work for films to bring the finished product to the silver screen. “The thing is, movies take so long to make,” he said. “I think that’s what fans don’t understand sometimes. They’ll say, ‘Why don’t you make a Sean sequel?’ It’s like, these movies take three years to make, you have to really, really like it to do it.”
He continued: “So because films take longer to make, trying to challenge yourself with a different topic or something you haven’t done before is always a real motivator.”
Edgar Wright has other plans
It appears that Wright is less interested in making sequels than continuing his creative process with new stories. However, this does not mean that he will never make a sequel to any of his films. He has also entertained the audience Scott Pilgrim vs the World And baby driver. Right can never chase dropping out sequels, but he continues to deliver exciting projects.
He is not keen to return to the horror-comedy genre as of now, but his next project is a horror film. last night in soho The film is currently making its rounds in the festival circuit and will release on October 29.
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