Learn Story Structure for Free with ‘Hulu Summer Film School’ 

Hulu launched the program to teach users about film and film techniques through films that are available to stream on Hulu. So far, week 1 has explored screenwriting and story structure: Hulu has given Indiewire permission to republish the following post by Jonathan Katz about the “Three Act Structure: The Repeating Phantasm of Story” — using “Ghostbusters” as an example.

Learn Story Structure for Free with ‘Hulu Summer Film School’

Hulu launched the program to teach users about film and film techniques through films that are available to stream on Hulu. So far, week 1 has explored screenwriting and story structure: Hulu has given Indiewire permission to republish the following post by Jonathan Katz about the “Three Act Structure: The Repeating Phantasm of Story” — using “Ghostbusters” as an example.

Edgar Wright’s next film will be Baby Driver, a project described as “a wild spin on the action and crime genre” by Empire magazine.

Deadline reports that the British director will resurrect the project after his high-profile departure from Marvel’s comic book movie Ant-Man. Baby Driver will be put together with Working Title, the British production company with which Wright collaborated on his “Three Cornettos” comedy trilogy: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End.

Wright originally intended the film, for which he also wrote the screenplay, to follow 2010’s Scott Pilgrim vs the World into production. Deadline says Baby Driver, which is reportedly being fast-tracked, will be a “collision of crime, action, music and sound”. It is not known if Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, who appeared in all the Cornettos films, will star.

Edgar Wright’s next film will be Baby Driver, a project described as “a wild spin on the action and crime genre” by Empire magazine.

Deadline reports that the British director will resurrect the project after his high-profile departure from Marvel’s comic book movie Ant-Man. Baby Driver will be put together with Working Title, the British production company with which Wright collaborated on his “Three Cornettos” comedy trilogy: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End.

Wright originally intended the film, for which he also wrote the screenplay, to follow 2010’s Scott Pilgrim vs the World into production. Deadline says Baby Driver, which is reportedly being fast-tracked, will be a “collision of crime, action, music and sound”. It is not known if Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, who appeared in all the Cornettos films, will star.