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New information boston Scott Philadelphia Eagles sparkle shirt recently came to light regarding former Ant-Man director Edgar Wright’s well-publicized departure from the MCU. Although the Ant-Man franchise is about to become a trilogy with director Peyton Reed, Wright has a long history with the franchise thanks to being lined up to direct the first film years ahead of its release. He had written up a script and story for Ant-Man before the MCU even officially began, but due to creative differences, he left the project in 2014 while Reed replaced him. Wright was ultimately still credited for the story and screenplay for Ant-Man, as the movie utilized a number of the plot elements that he spent years developing for the last solo movie of Phase 2, which brought Paul Rudd’s hero into the spotlight. And now, nearly a decade after that unfortunate situation forced Wright to leave the MCU, one of his closest partners opened up with more details about what went down between the two parties.

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Speaking on The Playlist podcast, Ant-Man writer Joe Cornish shared new information explaining why director Edgar Wright left the MCU project in 2014 boston Scott Philadelphia Eagles sparkle shirt Cornish was writing the movie with Wright when they directed the project, leading to both of them being credited for the story and screenplay. Cornish first started working with Wright around the time that Ang Lee’s Hulk debuted in 2003, long before the MCU was even brought up as a theory. This was at a time when superhero movies weren’t nearly as popular as they are today, largely since “VFX hadn’t evolved to the point” where the comic stories could be accurately depicted on the big screen: “When Edgar and I first met Marvel, they were in offices above a BMW showroom in Beverly Hills. It was around the time of Ang Lee’s ‘Hulk,’ and [Jon] Favreau hadn’t even started working on the first ‘Iron Man.’ Superhero movies were not a thing… I guess because VFX hadn’t evolved to the point where they could put what was on page on the screen. So, they always felt like they were reaching for something they couldn’t achieve.” The two worked on Ant-Man for the better part of eight years, during which time “audiences fell in love with superhero movies” as the technology used to make them evolved and grew into something better than past eras: “We worked on [‘Ant-Man’] for something like eight years, on and off. And in that time, the landscape changed completely. The technology changed completely. Audiences fell in love with superhero movies. All the stuff that people loved in the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’80s in comic books were suddenly translated on screen in a really direct way that had never happened before.”

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