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Any new film by Edgar Wright is a cause for celebration from cinema fans everywhere, but a new film rooted in some of the best psychological thrillers in Hollywood history? That’s reason enough to get really excited. Wright has long been one of cinema’s most enjoyable filmmaker-historians; much like the work of Martin Scoresese or Quentin Tarantino, each of Wright’s film feels like the director’s own relationship with film history distilled down to a two-hour runtime.
And since Wright is well-versed in countless periods in British and American film history, it’ll be interesting to see how those references are distilled in “Last Night in Soho,” his upcoming thriller that stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Terence Stamp, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg, and “Leave No Trace” star Thomasin McKenzie. Wright celebrated the completion of main unit photography on social media this past Friday by sharing the first official photo from the film. In it, we see a (terrified? startled? excited?) McKenzie recoiling from something just off-screen....
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