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The Monty Python-tinged voice ensemble includes John Cleese, Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin.
From winning over Sundance to getting Simon Pegg as your dream guy…
Plus some incredibly vague plot details for the third in the Night at the Museum series.
Ha ha, Simon Pegg, ha ha. From Los Angeles… Everyone’s gone to see World’s End, right?
We spent a fair bit of time speaking with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright at San Diego Comic Con. Here’s the first of our reports.
Patrick Willems continues his journey to San Diego Comic Con, and this time gets to see The World’s End and shake Edgar Wright by the hand as he promises himself he would. But how? Here’s how. Catch his previous episodes …
It’s easy to jump to conclusions.
I tend to like zombie stories much more than the next man but The Walking Dead did go into a bit of spin for me after original showrunner Frank Darabont departed.
So we have a prize. To see the World’s End. Out in the US on the 23rd August, Canada last week on the 6th August and the UK back in the 19th July. Here’s what’s on offer. $50 Visa gift …
I’d recommend going into full screen mode for this.
All in, it’s a very sweet teaser, impeccably well designed and animated, and the message is direct and uplifting too.
So, okay, we know this chap’s name and he’s got a fanclub of the likes we rarely see in Blighty, but what’s so special about Edgar Wright anyway?
This features some new footage, and if you pause it in the right place, you’ll see some extremely busted up robothings. Ouch.
“It seems worth pointing out that this comes with a free Cornetto” – Edgar Wright
From The Trusty Servant to The Lion Heart by way of a Famous Cock and Intrepid Fox.
The new, longer trailer for The World’s End offers some answers and poses some all new, apocalyptic questions. I take a look at 12 things about it.
The conclusion of the Cornetto trilogy.
Easter Eggs, Hints And Mysteries – A Close Look At The First Trailer For Wright And Pegg’s The World’s End
Picking over the first trailer for The World’s End, shot by shot. There’s an awful lot more in here than might first meet the eye.