The conclusion of the Cornetto trilogy.
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.
Is there a hint in this new poster for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End that, like a hopsy cross between The Faculty and The War of the Worlds, beer will be our defense against the apocalypse?
One of the summer’s better looking prospects will be stopping off in the docklands next weekend.
The conclusion to the Shaun of the Dead-Hot Fuzz-World’s End Three Flavours Trilogy.
As you’ll see, this poster for The World’s End features a multitude of… thing. And they have what would seem to be glowing eyes.
There are many little bits and pieces from other films too – is that After Earth shot with Will Smith and the sword something new? I don’t recall seeing it at all. Or how about that one of Superman flying in orbit?
From The First Post to The World’s End.
Learn how to make films the Early Edgar Wright way.
Such is the intrigue surrounding the film, I got hooked on a small list of things that *aren’t* in it.
It’s the end of the World as we know it and it feels all Wright.
Could the last Blood and Ice Cream film feature an undead callback to the first?
Joining Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
If by fire or brimstone, we are getting a pint!
A sci-fi comedy drama about a pub crawl. British film, you say?
Widdle Pegg and Widdle Frost and their Widdle Friends.
There’s not a lot that couldn’t be improved by adding a little Paddy Considine. Apart from, you know, a salad, or something. And some things would have absolutely fallen apart without him. Superb, then, that Variety have reported, and on …
Meanwhile, Nick Hornby has plans for her, for after the apocalypse.
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