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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish Will No Longer Receive a Screenplay Credit For 'Ant-Man'

Yesterday, Marvel finally released the first teaser poster and trailer for their upcoming Ant-Man film along with a press release. In the press release it reveals that Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish who worked on the film for a better part of a decade before leaving right before filming began will no longer receive credit for the screenplay. The have since been given a "Story By" credit with the screenplay credit going to Adam McKay and Paul Rudd who rewrote the script last year. Zak Penn received the same credit on The Avengers even though Joss Whedon did a complete re-write of Penn's original script.

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