Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011 by Angie Han
Edgar Wright‘s been keeping very busy over the past couple of years, what with exec producing Attack the Block and Sightseers, programming for the New Beverly Cinema, writing The Adventures of Tintin, and whatnot. But none of those quite qualify as a follow-up to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and we’re still waiting to hear what his next big endeavor will be. The filmmaker has a few different prospects at this point, including the Ant-Man adaptation for Marvel, the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost project The World’s End, and the mysterious actioner Baby Driver — and now we might be able to add “unnamed musical that may or may not be like The Umbrellas of Cherbourg” to the mix as well.
During a recent screening of Cherbourg for his The Wright Stuff program at The New Beverly, Wright revealed that he’d been working on a musical. It’s not clear whether this is a totally new film he’s talking about, or whether one of his previously announced projects involves singing and dancing. Either way, I am so totally in. More details after the jump.