We've been hearing lots of updates concerning the script of Marvel Studios' Ant-Man which is being written by Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish. The pair previously worked together on Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of The Unicorn that's being produced by Peter Jackson. Last thing we heard is that the duo handed in a second draft which the studio seemed thrilled about. Now word from HitFix is that they're aren't finished the script leading us to believe that a third draft is currently being worked on. Joe also stated Edgar hasn't been announced as the official director and that he would leave all the announcements about the film to him [Wright]. Marvel Studios has neither announced a release date or even a director for the film.
I'm getting the feeling that Joe might be in a better position to direct Ant-Man
than Edgar. Cornish is slowly gathering steam as a director with his
cult film Attack The Block and unlike Wright doesn't have his plate full
of projects. Marvel is notoriously cheap and would likely lock a
director into a two picture deal. Something I feel could be too much for
Wright who does as much producing as he does directing. Likely wanting
the breathing room to make his passion projects such as Baby Driver,
Them and World's End along with producing other things. Cornish was
recently linked as a candidate to direct A Good Day To Die Hard the
fifth film in the Die Hard franchise before John Moore was hired.