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No. The third and final picture in that trilogy was "The World's End". The first two films in the Blood and Cornettos Trilogy were co-written and directed by Edgar Wright, who is not involved in this movie.

For the home release, an approximately 5 minute longer version has been created, which is rather not worth much excitement. The various differences are all rather unspectacular and can be regarded as filling material. The shorter scenes in the theatrical version make sense mostly. Only a few acceptable extra jokes were added by the changes (Clive's shopping instructions or the nicked quote by Paul, coming together through extended scenes at the beginning and at the end of the film). Additionally, some characters are described a little deeper (Ruth's eye had not been medically treated because of the strong religiousness of her father). With many of these changes, some short moments of the theatrical release get lost - the term "alternative material" should not be taken too seriously, as it is often just an unspectacular different shot leading into the next scene. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.


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