The Big Short may have won Oscars, but the Netflix apocalyptic comedy Don’t Look Up got a mixed reception. Succession is one of the best TV shows in recent years, and Winning Time is drawing strong notices. So what next for filmmaker Adam McKay? Financial corruption with Big, Dirty Money.


According to Deadline, McKay took part in a Q&A at the Tribeca Film Festival and revealed that his next focus will be this project:

“If the last movie [“Don’t Look Up”] was about the outcome of what’s broken about us, that we’re staring at the collapse of the livable climate, this one is more about the actual arterial blocks in our hearts, what’s causing it, which is, of course, big, dirty money. And it’s a comedy as well… blended with drama, but I would overall call it a comedy.”

McKay is credited as a producer on the upcoming Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy starrer The Menu. Other projects include an HBO Max adaption of The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Well’s bestseller.


McKay rose to fame in the 2000s for his collaborations with comedian Will Ferrell and co-wrote his comedy films AnchormanTalladega Nights, and The Other Guys. Ferrell and McKay later co-wrote and co-produced numerous television series and films, and McKay co-produced their website Funny or Die through their company Gary Sanchez Productions.

McKay began venturing into more dramatic territory in the 2010s. The Big Short was McKay’s first film he directed without Ferrell in the cast.

McKay also rewrote the script for the Marvel Studios feature film Ant-Man, directed by Peyton Reed. McKay also worked with Reed, Paul Rudd, Gabriel Ferrari & Andrew Barrer on Ant-Man and the Wasp to flesh out the story. He has also expressed interest in helming a Silver Surfer movie for Marvel Studios.

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