“It was staring me in the face”
Edgar Wright has said that Quentin Tarantino has to thank for the title of his new film last night in soho.
Wright explained total movie That pulp Fiction The filmmaker – his longtime friend – inspired him by discussing a song by Dave Dee, Doozy, Beeky, Mick & Titch.
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“In death ProofQuentin uses a Dave D, Doozy, Beeky, Mick & Titch song, ‘Hold Tight,'” Wright said.
“I was talking to him about that song and that band, and he said, ‘Have you ever heard ‘Last Night in Soho’?’ He played it for me, and he said, ‘This is the best title music for one. A movie that never got made.'”
The filmmaker added that last night in soho was originally called red light area Before discovering a pre-existing movie by the name of Red lights.
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“Then it was staring me in the face as I heard this song, and I thought it was great: ‘Last Night in Soho,'” Wright continued.
“Quentin was in deep Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, so I really didn’t have time to tell him. And then it was in the trades. I said, ‘Hey, did you hear what the name of my film is?’ He said, ‘Yes, I read it.’ I said, ‘Are you angry with me?’ He goes, ‘You know what? Only you can make that film.
in a four star review of last night in sohohandjob Granthshala wrote: “A never-ending stream of pop culture references, impressive needle drops and Wright’s signature witty aspects will please fans, however. last night in soho feels from afar dropping out And hot mist.
“Here, Wright embarks on a fascinatingly different direction, one that is markedly different than what he had before. This could be one of his biggest hits.”
last night in soho It will release in UK cinemas on 29 October.