Simon Pegg is a busy man. As well as starring in rom-com 'Man Up', he’s been hard at work filming the latest ‘Mission; Impossible
Excluding The Avengers, only Iron Man has been granted a second and third film, with Thor getting his second outing later this year, but if Marvel's latest recruits are anything to go by, they're already reaching the bottom of the barrel in terms of big names with the traction to carry their own series.
The film sees the charismatic Gary King (Simon Pegg) return to his hometown with his boyhood friends (Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman and Eddie Marsan) after corraling them into completing the pub crawl they failed to finish when they leaft school in the early nineties.
For me, The World's End is a film in three parts. The first is my favourite, a love letter to growing up in the Eighties, the music of the era, and blokey friendship.
This Friday sees the return of Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as they reunite for one final bite of Cornetto to
Simon Pegg admitted on Wednesday night that filming The World's End felt like a reunion of old friends. Pegg, co-star Nick
The first thing to say about The World's End is that it's funny. Very funny. In fact if there's a film that makes you laugh as much this year it'll come as a surprise.
Procrastination is not a crime. Embrace it and enjoy it, because soon you'll be agonising over every word of your novel, short story or screenplay. Procrastination should be enjoyed not endured, if only in small controlled bursts.
Writer and director Edgar Wright is known for his much-loved TV and movie work such as Spaced, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz
Edgar Wright is searching for a woman, but not just any woman. She’s the lady who has contributed a witty, but anonymous