Matt Smith stars as Jack and Anya Taylor-Joy as Sandie in Edgar Wright’s LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, a Focus Features release. Credit: Parisa Taghizadeh / Focus Features
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Edgar Wright Promises a Time-Bending Night to Remember in First ‘Soho’ Trailer

This October, just in time for Halloween, Edgar Wright’s long-awaited psychological horror film Last Night in Soho will finally find its way to the big screen. Today a trailer was released showing footage from Wright’s COVID-postponed Baby Driver follow-up.

Directed by Wright, the film stars Thomasin McKenzieAnya Taylor-JoyMatt Smith, and marks the final on-screen appearance of the late Diana Rigg. The film was co-written by Wright and Krysty Wilson-Cairns, whose work was last seen in the Academy Award nominated 1917, for which she received a nomination for Best Original Screenplay. It also features gorgeous cinematography from frequent Park Chan-wook collaborator Chung Chung-hoon, whose work is most notably seen in the 2003 film Oldboy.

Last Night in Soho tells the story of an aspiring fashion designer who mysteriously finds her way back in time to 1960s London, and encounters her idol, an aspiring singer. But the past is not all that it seems, and time begins to fall apart, with shady consequences.

See the trailer for Last Night in Soho below:


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