Writer and director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) appeared at the 2011 Comic-Con to help promote the British sci-fi import Attack the Block that Wright produced and Joe Cornish wrote and directed, but he couldn't escape without getting questioned about the Marvel Comics adaptation of Ant-Man that he is scripting with Cornish.
The two have been working on the script for years now, with the second draft reportedly delivered to Marvel in April and, soon after, receiving a compliment from Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige, who called it the "best draft yet." However, earlier this month, Cornish revealed that he and Wright were back at work writing the script. During Comic-Con, Wright told MTV they had finished yet another draft of the screenplay. what did wright say about Ant-Man? >>