Edgar Wright doesn't expect 'Star Wars' role after 'Spaced' mockery


From Digital Spy

Edgar Wright does not expect to be involved in Disney's new Star Wars films.

The Ant-Man director said at London's McM Comic-Con 2013 that he thinks he was too vicious about the prequel trilogy in Spaced to be considered for Disney's future projects, reports Collider.

The celebrated TV show frequently portrayed Tim Bisley (Simon Pegg) as having been traumatised by how appalling Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace had been.

He also said that he did not intend to bring back the comedy show, saying that people would not really want to see the characters growing older than they had been in the series.

Spaced ran for two seasons on Channel 4 from 1999 to 2001.

Wright will again reunite with Pegg and Nick Frost on the forthcoming comedy The World's End, which concludes the trio's 'Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy'. It will arrive in the UK on July 19 before hitting North America...

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