Let us know what you think of the Shaun Of The Dead director leaving Marvel's first Phase 3 movie, and your words could appear in SFX(opens in new tab)
The Marvel Cinematic Universe was shaken to its core earlier this week when it was announced that Edgar Wright has left Ant-Man . The Shaun Of The Dead , Scott Pilgrim and The World 's End director had been working on the project for eight years, already had a cast including Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly in place, and was in pre-production to meet the July 2015 release date of what's slated to be the first Marvel outing after Avengers: Age Of Ultron .
Apparently "differences in their vision of the film" prompted the split between Wright and Marvel, leaving Ant-Man without a director, and Wright without the movie that could have launched him into the Hollywood A-league. But what do you think about the split? Do you still want to see an Ant-Man movie if Wright isn't involved? Should Marvel have done everything in their power to keep a director with a unique vision and visual style? What would you like to see Wright directing next? Let us know your thoughts and your words might just appear in issue 251 of SFX , on sale Wednesday 23 July.
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