HELLO HOLLYWOOD WITH EDGAR WRIGHT
Edgar Wright is considered a “director’s director” – meaning that even established, better-known directors really admire his work. Though Edgar Wright may not be a household name, Hollywood is well aware of his talents and asked him to write the movie “The Adventures of Tintin.” We caught up with Edgar at a fan held Q & A where the director answered questions from them and our reporter. Wright is best known for cult classics such as Shaun of the Dead – a film about a man who deals with an entire community that has returned from the dead to eat the living.
In Los Angeles for just one night, Edgar Wright’s fans had their favorite movie.