Last Night in Soho is an upcoming British psychological horror film directed by Edgar Wright, with a screenplay by Wright and Krysty Wilson-Cairns, from a story by Wright.
When will Last Night in Soho: Release?
Last Night in Soho is scheduled to have its world premiere at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival in September 2021 and is scheduled to be released in the United States and the United Kingdom on 29 October 2021 by Focus Features and Universal Pictures.
What is the plot of Last Night in Soho?
Eloise is a girl who loves fashion design. She has a strange sense of the future. She went back in time to London in 1966. While in Sandy’s body, she enters into a romantic relationship; but then, she begins to realize that the 1960s London is not what it appears to be and the past and present seem to fall apart with shady and horrifying consequences.
Who will be starring in Last Night in Soho?
Thomasin McKenzie as Eloise, a young aspiring fashion designer who mysteriously enters into 1960s London.
Anya Taylor-Joy as Sandy, a young singer who is Eloise’s 1960s idol.
Matt Smith as Jack, a singer with whom Eloise/Sandy falls in love.
Diana Rigg as Miss Collins
Rita Tushingham as Peggy Turner
Jessie Mei Li as Lara
Synnøve Karlsen as Jocasta
James and Oliver Phelps as Harvis and Jarvis
What are fans expecting from the movie?
Fans of Last Night in Soho will be expecting a scandalous and dark film that is set during the 1960s.
Critics say it’s an “unsettlingly erotic” movie that explores the boundaries between love and hates as Jack falls for Sandy – before discovering her true identity. It then becomes a story about power games and revenge. The Guardian also said Last Night in Soha was filled with “glamour,” but had moments of extreme horror too.
Yes, it’s one of Netflix’s latest releases! You can find Last Night in Soho under Series > Horror on Netflix as well as other streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Hulu Plus.
What about the filming?
Filming began on 23 May 2019 and wrapped on 30 August 2019. The film is said to be inspired by other British horror films, such as Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now and Roman Polanski’s Repulsion, with Wright mentioning the film’s use of time travel. Wright posted several photos on his Instagram account showing that additional filming had commenced on 24 June 2020 and concluded on 5 August 2020.