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10 Things You Never Knew About Get Out

10 Things You Never Knew About Get Out
Not long after the series finale of sketch comedy powerhouse Key & Peele, Jordan Peele made his feature film directorial debut with Get Out, which quickly became a modern horror classic and earned Peele an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay in the process. Here, we'll take a look at 10 things you never knew about Get Out.

Eddie Murphy

During a red carpet interview at the film's premiere, Jordan Peele talked about a bit from the Eddie Murphy standup film Delirious and the influence it had on his movie's title. "Eddie Murphy is talking about the difference between how a white family and a black family would react in a haunted house," Peele told Entertainment Tonight. In the classic routine, Murphy says if a supernatural presence told a black family to "get out," they'd leave. "It's one of the best bits of all time," Peele said.

Edgar Wright

During an interview about the Key & Peele comedy Keanu,
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Trailer: Simon Pegg & Nick Frost Reteam for Slaughterhouse Rulez

The classic buddy pairing of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz are back in director Crispian Mills’ horror comedy Slaughterhouse Rulez. The new horror comedy will be hitting theaters in the UK this Halloween and today we have the movie’s trailer for your viewing pleasure. It follows Finn […]

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Simon Pegg & Nick Frost Horror Comedy ‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ Gets A Trailer

The very first Slaughterhouse Rulez UK trailer has landed online. The film brings back together Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (who are also executive producers), who appeared together in the likes of Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and Paul, and comes to the screen courtesy of filmmaker Crispian Milles (A Fantastic Fear of Everything).

Slaughterhouse Rulez UK trailer lands!

The Slaughterhouse Rulez UK trailer comes ahead of the British premiere, which is set for cinemas this coming Halloween. The story revolves around an illustrious British boarding school that becomes a bloody battleground when a mysterious sinkhole appears at a nearby fracking site unleashing unspeakable horror.

This looks awesome. Check out the full synopsis from Sony Pictures below.

Welcome to Slaughterhouse, an elite boarding school where boys and girls are groomed for power and greatness…and they’re about to meet their match. This ancient and
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Watch the Trailer for New Horror Comedy Slaughterhouse Rulez, Co-Starring Simon Pegg & Nick Frost

If you've been hungry for another Simon Pegg / Nick Frost movie after their co-starring roles in Edgar Wright's "Three Flavours Cornetto" trilogy, then you can now add Slaughterhouse Rulez to your watch list. A new horror comedy that re-teams Pegg with director Crispian Mills (A Fantastic Fear of Everything), Slaughterhouse Rulez also co-stars Frost and features what could be a portal to Hell in the film's official trailer.

Directed by Crispian Mills from a screenplay co-written by himself and Henry Fitzherbert, Slaughterhouse Rulez stars Asa Butterfield, Finn Cole, Hermione Corfield, Michael Sheen, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg. Sony Pictures will release Slaughterhouse Rulez in the UK on Halloween, but a Us release date has yet to be announced. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more details.

Synopsis: "Welcome to Slaughterhouse, an elite boarding school where boys and girls are groomed for power and greatness...and they’re about to meet their match.
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Slaughterhouse Rulez Trailer: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Open a Gateway to Hell

Slaughterhouse Rulez Trailer: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Open a Gateway to Hell
We haven't heard much about Slaughterhouse Rulez since it was first announced last summer. Today, Sony Pictures has released the first trailer and poster along with a surprise release date. The movie is coming to theaters this Halloween. Or at least it is in the U.K. A U.S. release date hasn't been announced yet.

In Slaughterhouse Rulez, a giant hole opens up near a boarding school unleashing hell, quite literally. The movie reunites Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, though they've left director Edgar Wright out of the equation this time. The two actors appear in the movie, but it's the young cast that really takes the lead here. And the movie looks like a lot of fun. It's a mix of Shaun of the Dead, Ghostbusters and maybe a little bit of Seth Rogen's This is the End. Sony only provided a very limited synopsis.

"School's a bloody nightmare!
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‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ Trailer: Simon Pegg & Nick Frost Team Up For Another Round Of Horror Comedy

It’s been several years since we’ve seen Nick Frost share the screen with Simon Pegg. The duo that starred in Edgar Wright’s famous Cornetto Trilogy of films, which included “Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz,” and “The World’s End,” are teaming up again in a brand-new horror comedy, “Slaughterhouse Rulez.”

In the first trailer for the film, viewers learn the very simple premise of the film.

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‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ Trailer: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Reunite For Another Comedy-Horror Bloodbath

‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ Trailer: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost Reunite For Another Comedy-Horror Bloodbath
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost already have one iconic British horror-comedy under their belts thanks to Edgar Wright’s “Shaun of the Dead,” but can lighting strike twice? The two comedians co-star in the upcoming “Slaughterhouse Rulez,” from director and rock musician Crispian Mills.

Slaughterhouse Rulez” centers around an esteemed British boarding school thrown into chaos after a sinkhole appears at a nearby fracking site and releases something hellish. Asa Butterfield and Finn Cole play a couple of the students who team up with their teaches to fight for survival. Pegg and Michael Sheen star as teachers.

Mills co-write the script for “Slaughterhouse Rulez” with Henry Fitzherbert. The director’s last film, “A Fantastic Fear of Everything,” also starred Pegg. The actor and Frost are best known as the stars of Wright’s Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, which includes “Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz,” and “The World’s End.
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Big Talk Productions Founder & ‘Baby Driver’ Producer Nira Park To Exit ITV-Owned Film & TV Producer

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Nira Park, producer of Baby Driver and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s Cornetto trilogy, is to leave Big Talk Productions, the film and TV firm she founded.

Park, who has had a long-standing producer relationship with Edgar Wright and also produced Sacha Baron Cohen’s Grimsby, founded the company in 1995.

She produced films including Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End as well as Joe Cornish’s Attack The Block and is currently producing The Kid Who Would Be King starring Rebecca Ferguson and Patrick Stewart, due for release in early 2019 for 20th Century Fox.

In TV, she produced British sitcom Spaced as well as Black Books, Him & Her and Free Agents, which was adapted by NBC.

Park sold the business to ITV Studios in 2013 and is planning to “pursue other opportunities.”

Park said, “When I set up Big Talk, the dream was to create
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Founder Nira Park to depart Big Talk Productions

Chief executive Kenton Allen says the company ‘plan to collaborate’ with her in the future.

Producer Nira Park is stepping down from Big Talk Productions, the company she founded in 1995.

Park, whose producer credits with the company include several films with Edgar Wright, including Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and last year’s Baby Driver, will now ‘pursue other opportunities’.

Park also produced Joe Cornish’s directorial debut Attack The Block (2011) starring John Boyega, and is currently producing Cornish’s next film, The Kid Who Would Be King, for 20th Century Fox. Starring Rebecca Ferguson and Patrick Stewart,
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Founder Nira Park to depart Big Talk Productions (exclusive)

Chief executive Kenton Allen says the company ‘plan to collaborate’ with her in the future.

Producer Nira Park is stepping down from Big Talk Productions, the company she founded in 1995.

Park, whose producer credits with the company include several films with Edgar Wright, including Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and last year’s Baby Driver, will now ‘pursue other opportunities’.

Park also produced Joe Cornish’s directorial debut Attack The Block (2011) starring John Boyega, and is currently producing Cornish’s next film, The Kid Who Would Be King, for 20th Century Fox. Starring Rebecca Ferguson and Patrick Stewart,
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Possible Hot Fuzz 2 Plot Revealed by Simon Pegg

Possible Hot Fuzz 2 Plot Revealed by Simon Pegg
Simon Pegg was recently asked which movie out of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz or The World's End would make the best sequel. Pegg answered by stating that he believes Hot Fuzz 2 would work the best out of those three movies and then explained that it could be like Crocodile Dundee 2. Hot Fuzz 2 has been talked about more than once over the last several years and director Edgar Wright has admitted to having ideas for the sequel.

Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright have discussed making Hot Fuzz 2 over the past few years, but never revealed what the sequel could be about. When recently asked, Pegg believes that the story would have to be a reversal of the first film with his character taking Nick Frost's Danny to the big city. The plot is somewhat close to Crocodile Dundee 2, as Pegg admits. He explains.

"I think the only
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Possible Hot Fuzz 2 Plot Revealed by Simon Pegg

Possible Hot Fuzz 2 Plot Revealed by Simon Pegg
Simon Pegg was recently asked which movie out of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz or The World's End would make the best sequel. Pegg answered by stating that he believes Hot Fuzz 2 would work the best out of those three movies and then explained that it could be like Crocodile Dundee 2. Hot Fuzz 2 has been talked about more than once over the last several years and director Edgar Wright has admitted to having ideas for the sequel.

Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright have discussed making Hot Fuzz 2 over the past few years, but never revealed what the sequel could be about. When recently asked, Pegg believes that the story would have to be a reversal of the first film with his character taking Nick Frost's Danny to the big city. The plot is somewhat close to Crocodile Dundee 2, as Pegg admits. He explains.

"I think the only

Netflix Celebrates World Emoji Day With “Recomojis” On Facebook Messenger

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Updated with more details from Netflix.

Netflix joined tech giants Apple, Facebook and Twitter in celebrating World Emoji Day, launching a playful recommendation feature on Facebook Messenger called “Recomoji.”

As the name implies, Recomoji offers title suggestions based on the emoji that best describes your mood.

Feeling cranky? How about Bitcoin Heist? A film that follows an Interpol special agent who assembles a team of elite hackers to plan the ultimate crypto-currency heist in order to catch the world’s most wanted thief. In more of silly mood, how about Bo Burnham: Make Happy?

You get the idea.

For those who need a tutorial, the Fab Five from Netflix’s Emmy-nominated Queer Eye provide the rundown.

“So, let me get this straight, I’m just going to go ahead and enter an emoji based on how I’m feeling and I just type it in and Oh!” says Jonathan Van Ness.
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Bill Bailey, Matthew Goode, Adrian Edmonson, Celia Imrie Set For ‘Big Bad Fox’ Voice Cast

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Bill Bailey, Matthew Goode, Adrian Edmonson, Celia Imrie Set For ‘Big Bad Fox’ Voice Cast
Gkids and Studiocanal have enlisted a host of Brit actors to voice the English-language version of animated family feature The Big Bad Fox And Other Tales.

Bill Bailey (Hot Fuzz), Adrian Edmonson (War & Peace), Matthew Goode (Downton Abbey), Celia Imrie (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Justin Edwards (The Thick Of It), comedian Phil Jupitus and Giles New (Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) will lend their voices to the story of an unusual farm which is home to a fox who mothers a family of chicks, a rabbit who plays a stork, and a duck who wants to be Santa Claus. Directors Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert adapted Renner’s graphic novel.

Animation specialist Gkids will release the well-traveled French pic stateside this fall following its Annecy Film Festival debut last year. Studiocanal handled sales as well as the French and upcoming UK release.

Renner and
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Simon Pegg Says Another Edgar Wright Collaboration Is A Given

It’s always a pleasure watching people you were fans of before they were famous hit it big, right? Granted, my before they were famous for Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright was falling in love with their groundbreaking late 90’s British sitcom Spaced, which led to them making their much-loved Cornetto Trilogy – Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End. Those projects enabled Pegg to unexpectedly break out as a megastar, most notably as a supporting actor in the Mission: Impossible and Star Trek franchises, with Edgar Wright finally breaking into America with his 2017 hit Baby Driver.

So, it’s with a smile that I read in a recent interview with Pegg that further collaborations with Wright (and co-star Nick Frost) are definitely coming our way. Chatting to Coming Soon, here’s what the actor said:

“Oh yeah, that’s like a given. The only reason we haven’t is just timing.
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‘Girl’s Lena Dunham & ‘Baby Driver’s Edgar Wright Laud Danny Dyer’s Brexit Take As ‘EastEnders’ Star Goes Viral

‘Girl’s Lena Dunham & ‘Baby Driver’s Edgar Wright Laud Danny Dyer’s Brexit Take As ‘EastEnders’ Star Goes Viral
Girls creator Lena Dunham and Baby Driver director Edgar Wright are among the stars to have lauded EastEnders and Vendetta star Danny Dyer for his frank take on Brexit and the current political climate in the UK.

Dyer, a refreshingly honest and misunderstood actor, went viral on Friday morning after appearing on ITV current affairs show Good Evening Britain.

Speaking about Brexit, he called Brexit a “mad riddle”. “No one’s got a clue what Brexit is. You watch Question Time, it’s a comedy. So what’s happened to that tw*t David Cameron who called it on? How comes he can scuttle off? He called all this on. Where is he? He’s in Europe, in Nice, with his trotters up, yeah, where is the geezer? I think he should be held account for it.”

Dunham tweeted that she was obsessed with the London actor. “My obsession with
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Simon Pegg says it’s only a matter of time before he and Edgar Wright work together again

According to actor Simon Pegg, it’s only a matter of time before he works with Edgar Wright once more.

One of the most beloved collaborations in recent movie history has certainly got to be the duo of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, notable for producing fan favourite flicks such as Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End.

Wright has since gone onto to direct popular thrillers such as Baby Driver but what are the chances of he and Pegg coming together for another project? Well, according to Pegg when speaking to Coming Soon, it’s just a matter of time:

“Oh yeah, that’s like a given. The only reason we haven’t is just timing. Me and Edgar and Nick [Frost] are not colleagues, we’re friends. We go back a long time and we have a relationship that transcends work, but if only to
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Simon Pegg Says Another Movie with Edgar Wright Is a Given

Simon Pegg Says Another Movie with Edgar Wright Is a Given
Simon Pegg is going to make a new movie with Edgar Wright, it's just a matter of timing. Pegg and his buddy Nick Frost collaborated with Wright on the Cornetto Trilogy, which consists of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End. The final entry was released in 2013 and virtually ever since, fans have wanted to know when the trio will work together again. Pegg doesn't know exactly when that will be, but he promises that it's an eventuality.

The problem is that all three of them have become quite busy in recent years. Simon Pegg has been acting in the newer Star Trek movies, among many other projects. Nick Frost has been part of Into The Badlands on AMC while also squeezing in a movie role here and there. Pegg and Frost have also started a production company and are releasing a new horror comedy together titled Slaughterhouse Rulez.
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Edgar Wright Is Making a Documentary About Pop Rock Band Sparks

Edgar Wright Is Making a Documentary About Pop Rock Band Sparks
Edgar Wright has started work on his next movie. The director's follow-up to his smash hit Baby Driver won't be a big blockbuster, nor will it be another comedy with his pals Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Instead, Wright has decided to tackle a Sparks documentary about the cult band. This is the first time Wright is making a feature-length documentary in his career, but he's already well into the process of getting it put together.

The filmmaker recently revealed that he's been hard at work gathering archive material of the band for the Sparks documentary, which doesn't yet have an official title. Edgar Wright also attended and filmed the band's May concert at the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London for the documentary. Here's what Wright had to say about his new project in a recent interview.

"I already shot their London concert in late May. The rest of
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Edgar Wright’s Next Film Is a Documentary on Cult Pop-Rock Band Sparks — Exclusive

Edgar Wright’s Next Film Is a Documentary on Cult Pop-Rock Band Sparks — Exclusive
Edgar Wright is following-up “Baby Driver” with a documentary feature on the cult pop-rock band Sparks. The director confirmed to IndieWire that he’s currently gathering archival material on the band for the project, which will be his first movie since “Baby Driver” became the biggest hit of his career. Wright shot the band’s May concert at the O2 Forum Kentish Town in London as part of the documentary.

“I already shot their London concert in late May. The rest of is it [to be determined] and we’re currently scouring the archives,” Wright told IndieWire. “I have been a fan of them since I saw them on Top Of The Pops in 1979 — and when I had ‘Beat The Clock’ on vinyl.”

Sparks was formed in 1972 by brothers Ron and Russell Mael. Albums released by the Los Angeles rockers include their 1971 debut “Halfnelson,” plus 1976’s “Big Beat” and 1979’s “No. 1 in Heaven,
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