by Brett White
While talking to Digital Spy, director Edgar Wright delivered some of the best news Ant-Man fans have heard all year: the script is finished. The film, starring Marvel's size-changing Avenger, has been in the works longer than the Marvel Cinematic Universe has existed, and is scheduled for release on November 6th, 2015. With his last collaboration with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, "The World's End," wrapped, Wright revealed he could now focus on getting "Ant-Man" off the ground.
"The script is all done," Wright told Digital Spy. "I actually put 'Ant-Man' on the back burner to make ['The World's End'] for a number of reasons, some of them quite personal. We had to do ['The World's End'] now, it's really important. [The people at Marvel] were really good in terms of, like, 'Well, we'll see you in two years.'"
You can check out the rest of the interview - and Wright other reasons for post-poning "Ant-Man" - below. But now, after years of waiting, it looks like Hank Pym and/or Scott Lang will finally get some attention.
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