Edgar Wright Shares Touching Story About Recording Diana Rigg’s Final ‘Last Night in Soho’ Dialogue

Edgar Wright Shares Touching Story About Recording Diana Rigg’s Final ‘Last Night in Soho’ Dialogue
The bond between Edgar Wright and Diana Rigg was forged over over drinks of Campari and soda. Rigg, who passed away September 10 at age 82, will appear in Wright’s upcoming psychological thriller “Last Night in Soho” in what is now her final movie role. In a heartfelt tribute to the late actress published by The Guardian, Wright remembers his first meeting with Rigg at London’s Berners Tavern, where the actress asked him if he would join her in drinking Campari and soda. The drink would prove to be an emotional bookend to their relationship.

Wright shot the majority of “Last Night in Soho” in summer 2019, but a few pick-up shots needed to be filmed this summer once it became safe to resume production amid the pandemic. Rigg’s declining health meant she would not be able to return to set, so Wright proposed figuring out a way for the
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