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This fall, Edgar Wright is back with a horror thriller that jumps between the present day and the 1960s. Last Night in Soho stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy, and is actually the second film from Wright this year, with the first being the documentary The Sparks Brothers. You’ll find everything you need to know about Last Night in Soho below.

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TIFF 2021

TIFF, the Toronto International Film Festival, is back this September. Last year, the festival offered a hybrid platform of both limited in-person screenings and digital offerings. A hybrid approach will still be in place this year, but from the looks of things, this year’s TIFF is trying to go back to a format similar to the pre-pandemic era. Of course, this raises a big question: who gets to go to TIFF in person this year? At this very moment, the Canadian border remains closed to the U.S., and that closure remains for all but essential travelers through at least July 21.

While a full line-up of films is forthcoming, TIFF announced 12 movies that will play at the fest, and they include heavy-hitters like Denis Villeneuve‘s Dune and Edgar Wright‘s Last Night in Soho.

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last night in soho poster

The trailer for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho dropped today, and it’s pretty damn great. But if that hasn’t satiated your hunger for more Soho goodness, you’re in luck – there’s also a poster for the film. Like the trailer, it’s moody and atmospheric, and it features stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy front and center. See the poster, and some behind-the-scenes images, below.

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Last Night In Soho release date

Any new movie from Edgar Wright is worth the wait, though Last Night in Soho has admittedly had a long one. Initially set to be released in 2020, the psychological horror movie from the Baby Driver and Shaun of the Dead director was hit with delay after delay due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But finally, Last Night in Soho is making its way to theaters. Watch the Last Night in Soho trailer below.

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Last Night in Soho Teaser

Edgar Wright has delivered incredible blends of comedy, action, horror and sci-fi  with movies like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End. But the filmmaker is about to give us something extremely different with his latest effort.

Last Night in Soho is a straight-up psychological horror-thriller starring Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit) and Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit). The movie was meant to be released last year, but ended up getting pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now the film is slated for release this fall, just in time for Halloween, and the first footage arrived in a quick TV spot teasing the full trailer that will debut on Tuesday. Check out the Last Night in Soho teaser below. Read More »

Last Night In Soho release date

Update: Disney has reshuffled a few releases in the wake of the No Time to Die delay as well. See more information below.

In no time at all, No Time to Die has set off a domino effect of release date reshuffles from Sony and Universal. Following yesterday’s delay of the Bond flick, the release dates for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, the Bob Odenkirk-starring Nobody, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the Tom Holland-starring Uncharted, and Jared Leto’s Morbius have all been reshuffled.

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last night in soho image new

I’m very excited to see Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright‘s first straight-up horror movie (as opposed to the horror-comedies he’s made before). The movie was due out in 2020, but of course, the coronavirus got in the way. Now, Wright’s Soho is set to arrive in 2021, and there’s a new image from the film to drum up hype. The pic features Thomasin McKenzie looking appropriately freaked the eff out. McKenzie plays a modern-day woman who makes “a mysterious connection” with an actress from the 1960s, played by Anya Taylor-Joy.

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halloween kills images

I was disappointed by the delay of several different films due out in 2020, and Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho and David Gordon Green‘s Halloween Kills were both at the top of the list. Last Night in Soho was supposed to arrive in September 2020 but ended up being pushed to April 2021, and with the way things are going, there’s always a chance it gets bumped again. Halloween Kills, meanwhile, was slated for October 2020 but got shuffled to October 2021. I was a big fan of David Gordon Green’s Halloween, and I’m very curious to see where he goes with this sequel. And I’m always eager for new stuff from Wright, but I’m particularly excited about Last Night in Soho because it’s apparently Wright’s first straight-up horror movie.

Now, while we wait for these two horror titles to arrive, two new images give us glimpses at what’s to come.

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last night in soho tone

Despite flirting with the genre at the beginning of his career with 2004’s Shaun of the DeadEdgar Wright has never made a full-fledged horror film. But that’s all going to change when his highly anticipated psychological thriller Last Night in Soho hits theaters next year.

Wright has been hailed for his singular grasp on visual comedy and sleek action filmmaking, but psychological horror is something that he hasn’t really dipped his toes in. Which is why Last Night in Soho will “feel very different” from his past films, Wright teased in a new interview. While the filmmaker remained tight-lipped on details for the film, which features a star-studded cast led by Anya Taylor-Joy and takes place in both 1960s and contemporary London, Wright did have plenty new things to tease about the distinctive Last Night in Soho tone.

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Last Night In Soho release date

Last Night in Soho has a new release date. Edgar Wright‘s upcoming psychological thriller starring Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch) was one of our most highly anticipated movies of 2020, with an initial release date set for this fall. But after last week’s reports saying that Last Night in Soho would be moving to next year, Wright and Focus Features have confirmed that the new release date has been set for April 2021.

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