Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost Discuss the Cornetto Trilogy in THE WORLD'S END Featurette

A new featurette for co-writer/director Edgar Wright’s new film The World’s End has been released, in which the connection between The World’s End and Wright’s Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz is explored. World’s End completes the unofficial "Cornetto trilogy" that began with Shaun and continued with Hot Fuzz, and in this new featurette Wright and his cohorts discus how this unofficial series of films came to be. The featurette includes interviews with a number of people that have been involved in all three films, including Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and Wright reveals which actors from the first two films will also be appearing in the concluding chapter. In speaking about the central theme of The World’s End as it relates to the "zombie movie" nature of Shaun and the "British take on a Michael Bay movie" spin on Hot Fuzz, Wright describes The World’s End as "a quest movie with an extremely irresponsible King Arthur at the head of it." Count me wholeheartedly in. READ MORE...

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