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Trailer Simon Brew 20 Jun 2013 - 06:43
Most of what you're going to see in the trailer below for The World's End has been seen before, but there's a little bit of new footage that's turned up. Furthermore, there's a preamble at the start that makes it very clear that the film is from the fine folks who brought the world Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz.
Thos folks would be, of course, director Edgar Wright and co-writer/star Simon Pegg, with Nick Frost as well. And we suspect we're not alone in saying that The World's End is a film we're very, very keen to see. This trailer does not dampen our enthusiasm.
The World's End arrives in UK cinemas in July.
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A new trailer has arrived for the upcoming apocalyptic horror comedy The World's End, which ends the trilogy of parody films that started with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, and it takes both a look back and a look ahead. Check it out!
20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five childhood friends reunite when one of them becomes hell bent on trying the drinking marathon again. They are convinced to stage an encore by mate Gary King, a 40-year old man trapped at the cigarette end of his teens, who drags his reluctant pals to their home town and once again attempts to reach the fabled pub, The World’s End. As they attempt to reconcile the past and present, »
- Uncle Creepy
Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have reunited for The World’s End – the third collaboration between the trio of creators – and this new “trilogy trailer” celebrates the best of their previous efforts while getting us hyped up for the new film’s August 23 debut. The new clip opens with classic footage from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz before regaling us with fresh footage from the upcoming sci-fi-tinged comedy. There’s lots of previously unseen material here – all of it hilarious. Pegg and Frost play 40-something friends who return to their hometown to reattempt a pub crawl from their youth. They need to travel a mile – hitting 12 bars for 12 pints and ending at the World’s End tavern to be successful...
- Mike Bracken
Alien shenanigans are definitely afoot in a trailer for Edgar Wright’s “The World’s End”, starring his buddies Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The trailer is selling the movie as the the third part of the Wright-Pegg-Frost trilogy, starting with “Shaun of the Dead”, then continuing with “Hot Fuzz”, and now concluding with “The World’s End”. Well, hopefully not concluding for good. These three guys are so good together I wouldn’t mind seeing a whole series of movies with them. Maybe Wright can wrangle roles for Pegg and Frost in that upcoming “Ant-Man” for Marvel he’s supposed to be making for the last couple of decades. Anyways, until then, check out the new trailer for “The World’s End”. It’s awesome. And hilarious. It’s awe-larious. 20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five childhood friends reunite when one of them becomes hellbent on trying the drinking marathon again. »
Before director Edgar Wright's Three Flavors Cornetto comes to an end this summer, fans can revisit the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy with the third trailer for The World's End. This latest look at the sci-fi robot adventure includes footage from the first two Cornetto movies, 2004's Shaun of the Dead (which dealt with zombies) and 2007's Hot Fuzz (which dealt with cop-on-cop action blockbusters), along with scenes from this upcoming comedy where a group of friends (Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine and Eddie Marsan) set out to complete an epic pub crawl they first attempted 20 years prior. As you can see, making it to the last bar known as The World's End becomes the least of their worries!
The World's End Trailer 2
“What the hell is going on in that quaint British town?”
The World's End is the final film in Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost's The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy a.k.a. the Blood and Ice Cream trilogy, which is a series of comedy films that this creative team has developed over the years. The other two films are Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, which are both featured in this new trailer for the hilarious looking new action comedy.
The trailer is packed full of new footage. In fact, most of this trailer is new footage from the movie. It also reveals a lot more of the story, which follows five friends, played by Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, and Eddie Marsan, as they reunite to complete an epic bar crawl they failed to finish twenty years ago. In the process they »
- Joey Paur
The UK's Picturehouse Cinemas will be screening Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy (aka The Cornetto Trilogy) -- Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End -- on July 27 following the July 19 release of The World's End across the pond, a full month before us here in the States get to see it on August 23. Thus the poster you see above and to go along with it we have a brand new "trilogy trailer" reminding us where we've been and where we're going. As for where we're going, The World's End stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman and Eddie Marsan as five childhood friends who set off on an epic pub crawl, which will end at The World's End, but that's not exactly the complete story. Here's the complete synopsis: 20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five »
- Brad Brevet
Below, you'll find a new preview for Edgar Wright's The World's End that is being called the "trilogy trailer." It reflects on Wright's previous collaborations with stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost-- Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz --and presents plenty of new footage, though it does contain some spoilers! In the August 23 release, 20 years after attempting an epic pub crawl, five childhood friends reunite when one of them becomes hellbent on trying the drinking marathon again. They are convinced to stage an encore by Gary King (Simon Pegg), a 40-year-old man trapped at the cigarette end of his teens, who drags his reluctant pals to their hometown and once again attempts to reach the fabled pub . The World's End. As they attempt to reconcile the past and present, »
Director Edgar Wright is finishing up his "Cornetto Trilogy" with The World's End this summer and a new trailer has debuted that also highlights the previous films in the trilogy, Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz. The trailer is most of what we've seen all ready but the first thirty seconds or so that has clips from the first two films kind of makes you realize, "Shit, this is actually happening! Finally!" Also if why the small English town »
- Jesse Giroux
Here’s the latest trailer for The World’S End, which is unfortunately spoiler filled and reveals exactly what is going on. Such a shame really, but as someone who is not a fan of Shaun Of The Dead or Hot Fuzz, I decided to take the plunge. It’s up to you as to whether you watch the trailer or not, but I would strongly suggest fans especially do not press the play button. A similar trailer was released last month, but this one revisits the duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frosts previous entries in the Cornetto Trilogy. It does reveal a lot of great comedic moments, but it isn’t worth it if you want to stay completely surprised come opening night.
The film sees 5 friends reattempt the local pub crawl in their hometown, only to run into…shall we say…difficulties. Edgar Wright once again directs Pegg and Frost, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
While fans of British television became aware of the comedy trio of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright from the tv series Spaced, movie audiences were introduced to them in 2004′s zombie romantic comedy Shaun of the Dead. The film was soon labelled as the first in the Cornetto trilogy, with 2007′s action film sendup Hot Fuzz becoming the second entry, leaving many people interested in seeing how things would get rounded out. The third entry, titled The World’s End, sees Frost and Pegg returning onscreen, joined by Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Eddie Marsan, and Paddy Considine. A new trailer for the feature has now been released, and can be seen below.
The post ‘The World’s End’, the latest collaboration between Pegg, Frost, and Wright, releases a new trailer appeared first on Sound On Sight. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
"After 'Hot Fuzz' we always thought it would be rude not to wrap the films up in a neat trilogy,” director Edgar Wright recently told Yahoo! Movies about "The World's End," the upcoming last film in his mooted Cornetto trilogy (a British ice cream that features in all three movies). “I think it’s a theme that haunts me and Simon [Pegg], the dubious dream of perpetual adolescence and the idea that someone is always younger than you. I think we finally finish this arc with this movie. The adolescence is over here.” So what's this film about then beside arrested development in man children? Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from 20 years earlier unwittingly become humankind's only hope for survival. But as Wright noted, chasing adolescence is only top of mind for one of the five friends. “I'm really excited for Simon in this film, »
- Edward Davis
First they played with zombies, then they played cops and robbers, but now Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will be playing with nasty robots in the upcoming apocalyptic comedy, "The World's End." The newest trailer for Edgar Wright's film takes a look back on his previous collaborations with Pegg and Frost ("Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz") before launching into their newest adventure, which involves five childhood friends returning to their hometown for a massive pub crawl. Also read: Paddy Considine and Fares Fares Join Tom Hardy Thriller 'Child 44' (Exclusive) Unfortunately, an army »
- Greg Gilman
Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz in the English countryside? Sign me in! Cute Little Buggers 3D is a brand new horror comedy which comes from director Tony Jopia, and as you’re going to see in the rest of this report – it definitely looks (and sounds) promising. Out of this world…out of control…and out to get you! Head inside to see what we’re talking about… So, at this moment we know that Jopia will direct the whole thing from a script written by Garry Charles and Andy Davie, and that the movie is is set for release in June 2014. When exactly – stay tuned to »
- Jeanne Standal
We've had Gremlins, Ghoulies, Critters, Little Monsters, and even Spookies (though we're still not entirely sure just what the hell that one was about); and now we have Cute Little Buggers heading our way! In 3D of course!
The Hollywood News reports that Tony Jopia (Deadtime, Crying Wolf) is readying the ’80s inspired grisly British comic-horror flick Cute Little Buggers 3D starring Caroline Monroe, Joe Egan, Kristofer Dayne, Gary Martin, John R. Walker, Dani Thompson, Jess Jantschek, Samar Sarila, Jo Price, Sarah Bennett and Leslie Grantham.
The flick, described as Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside, is set for release in June 2014.
After hostile aliens crash land on local farmland, the villagers at the summer ball get suspicious when young women start going missing. The villagers soon band together around our hero Melchoir (Kristofer Dayne) to fend off the invaders and bring back peace to the sleepy English countryside! »
- Uncle Creepy
Oh yes, not only are Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost back for some more madcap and brilliant adventures in The World’S End but it’s now been announced that Vue Cinemas are putting on Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz before the finale of the apocalyptic comedy-thriller.
The event that starts on July 18th at 7.30pm, with end with a first viewing of The World’S End at midnight and it’s set to take place at selected Vue cinemas across the country. Check out their great collection of movies all merged together in this awesome little video below and then scroll down for more information!
Click below to book trilogy tickets:
http://www.myvue.com/latest-movies/info/film/the-worlds-end-hot-fuzz-shaun-of-the-dead or call: 08712 240 240
The 25 Vue cinemas are in the following locations:
- Dan Bullock
We’ve just received the terrific teaser poster and first plot details for grisly British comic-horror Cute Little Buggers 3D. The film, directed by Tony Jopia, is inspired by the great gore-filled, low-budget creature features of the 1980s and could be great fun in the same retro splatstick style as the recent underrated Attack The Block or Grabbers. We await with interest and we’ll bring you the first set of stills and footage in the coming weeks and months. From the Director of ‘Deadtime’ and ‘Crying Wolf’ comes Cute Little Buggers! Will you let them take our women? It’s Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz set in the English countryside. When hostile aliens crash land on local farmland the villagers at the summer ball get suspicious when young women start going missing. The villagers soon band together around our hero Melchoir (Kristofer Dayne) to fend off the invaders and bring »
- Craig Hunter
I’ve been very fortunate working in the horror film industry – I’ve been able to interview many of my favorite actors, directors and FX specialists. But every now and then, there is an interview that really stands out, an interview that is so much fun, I’m left grinning like the Cheshire cat, and I can’t wait to write all about it. One of those interviews took place this week over the phone with director Edgar Wright. And sure, he’s every geek-girl’s dream date, and the British director was not beyond chatting all things geek with me – even when the main focus is promoting his new film, The World’s End.
Struggling with growing up, forty-year-old Greg (Simon Pegg) gets his old buddies together to complete an epic pub-crawl – a crawl they had tried to complete twenty years ago. To complete the challenge, they simply have »
- Lianne Spiderbaby
There’s no other way to put it: Grabbers is simply, delightfully Irish. The film may have a slim plot, but it lends itself to great results, relishing in its unique sense of humor, and as befitting a remote Irish island, offering a wide net of kooky, drunk characters.
Twas a dark and stormy night…when a father, son and shipmate get sucked up by an alien creature while on a fishing trip. Rats. Well, actually, they’re “Grabbers.” Welcome to Erin Island.
It could just as easily been any of the other drunken townsfolk, but we open on Ciarán (Coupling and Covert Affairs’ Richard Coyle), a Garda (Ireland’s national police), who’s clearly hung over, with a bottle in hand. He polishes it off and then heads off to work. Once there, he’s dealt a stubborn needle in his side: that of peppy, pretty and sober Lisa Nolan »
- Andy Greene
Over the past ten years British comedian Steve Coogan hasn’t been having a bad time in Hollywood. Since starring alongside Jackie Chan in 2004′s Around The World In 80 Days, he has appeared in such films as Night At The Museum, Tropic Thunder, and this summer lends his voice to Despicable Me 2. Not one to forget his humble origins however, he has also appeared in British comedies Hot Fuzz and In The Loop, and has now returned to the one character where it all started, Alan Partridge.
First appearing as sports reporter in Radio 4′s On The Hour, Partridge later made the leap to television in The Day Today and was eventually given his own chat show, Knowing Me Knowing You With Alan Partridge. Perhaps his biggest success however, was the sitcom I’m Alan Partridge, which followed the failing star’s attempts to make it back to the small screen, »
- Ian Coomber
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