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Edgar Wright has recruited some of the best known and most respected actors in the United Kingdom for past films, and with Baby Driver , the stars come out to shine just the same. But it wasn't the casting of Kevin Spacey or Jamie Foxx that made headlines prior to production When Streep accepted the Cecil B. No joke. You'll see. When fans see Baby Driver they'll grasp Wright's entire meaning: Meryl Streep doesn't show up as a character in the movie, but in yet another clip slipped into that channel-surfing sequence.
Specifically, it's a few seconds from It's Complicated giving John Krasinski a cameo, as well. If fans are going to be taking note of every clip or scene shown in that channel-surfing montage, they would do well to pay attention to more than just the visuals. Edgar Wright has a habit of giving away plot beats, elements, or even entire breakdowns of the movie about to unfold in the opening scenes of his films the bar names in The World's End reflecting the action that takes place within their walls, and a drinking plan for Shaun of the Dead spelling out each death to come.
In Baby Driver , it's a little less explicit - but just as much fun. In those clips caught between channels are changed, lines of dialogue are dropped that will all be returning later in the movie. This time around the line between the meta joke and an inside joke by the characters themselves is a bit more blurred, but no matter how much the context and characters may change, those words are worth remembering. One such Easter Egg is deserving of a LOT more attention, not only for how pivotal a role it plays in the emotional arc of Baby himself, but for the story of how it came to be included.
We're talking about the brief glimpse of Monsters, Inc. Nothing is more important than our friendship. But the story of how Baby Driver references Monsters, Inc. Since you don't see many clips of Pixar or Disney films planted in R-Rated films, it should stand out. And the rest is history. Why "Baby Driver"? It might be fair to say that part of the reason for Baby Driver 's fantastic reviews coming as such a surprise is the film's title - evocative of But for those curious, the title itself actually existed long before the film's hero got his name.
Yet any assumptions that the song actually acted as an inspiration should be stopped immediately, according to Edgar Wright. The actual story of the song is different from the movie, and the tone of the song itself isn't an exact match for the rest of the soundtrack.
Still, stick through the film's credits and you'll be treated to Simon and Garfunkel's version all the same. As the list to this point should make clear, the fan community surrounding Edgar Wright's filmography is dedicated AND regularly serviced by the Easter Eggs, repeated imagery and inside jokes along the way. And even if Baby Driver is chronologically the last of his series to be completed, Wright has confirmed that he had the idea for his musically-gifted driver long before Shaun of the Dead or Spaced before it.
So it's fitting that yet another Easter Egg to his previous works should come in the form of a vehicle. Well, a vehicle's license plate , anyway. Both Wright and fans have reported a license plate in the movie being a references to the release date of a previous Edgar Wright movie, though which one in particular isn't clear. In keeping with the spirit of the early-revealed, but never explicitly called out lines of TV dialogue, the words exchanged by the characters themselves also contain a joke or two.
There's Jon Bernthal's 'Griff' stating that is he isn't seen again, then he's dead before ultimately disappearing. But the real winner comes courtesy of Jon Hamm's 'Buddy. Official Charts Company. Australian Recording Industry Association.
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Baby Driver – Music from the Motion Picture is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The soundtrack was released on June 23, , on CD, vinyl and digital music via the Columbia Records imprint, 30th Century Records. 1. "Bellbottoms", Jon Spencer Blues Explosion · 2. "Harlem Shuffle", Bob & Earl · 3. "Egyptian Reggae", Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers · 4. "Smokey Joe's La. Listen to the official music from the the motion picture Baby Driver that features Danger Mouse's "Chase Me" featuring Run The Jewels and Big Boi.