Despite flirting with the genre at the beginning of his career with 2004’s Shaun of the Dead, Edgar 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.
In a new interview with Empire, Wright teased a little of what to expect from Last Night in Soho. Namely, a film like none he’s ever made before:
Last Night in Soho will hit theaters on April 23, 2021 after being delayed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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