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    Default All Things:Wright/Pegg/Frost etc.

    Joe Cornish(writer/director) is a frequent collaborator of Wright, so there is the connection.

    Review: ATTACK THE BLOCK | CHUD.com

    Itís always a remarkable experience to sit down for an action film with perfect kinetic energy, or a monster movie with inventive creatures, or a regional film that truly captures the texture and cadence of its location, or a coming-of-age film that captures some genuine moment of maturation. To accomplish any of that in a film is remarkable, but to accomplish every single one of those things simultaneously is wholly incredible. From writer and director Joe Cornish, who has done work you might not know but who works with people you definitely do, Attack The Block is crammed with excitement, action, humor, and some of the coolest monsters to inhabit the screen in years.

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    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xqt-u5EfH0s&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube - ‪PAUL Simon Pegg & NIck Frost on Bonus Features - Own it on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download 8/9/11‬‏[/nomedia]

    Pegg and Frost Talk PAUL Blu-ray | CHUD.com

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    EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE / ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN (Blu Ray)

    To better enjoy SHAUN OF THE DEAD, it is required to watch EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE and ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN – so that you can fully appreciate the full genius of Nick Frost. I’m 100% serious. When I saw SHAUN OF THE DEAD, for the very first time in my life, I fully appreciated, with vigor, the brilliant subtlety of Frost’s work. As for the Eastwood films… ya know, I just never had the mania love for these that I did for the Burt Reynolds redneck fun flicks. They’re good – but the whole time I’m watching this… I’m thinking about Josey Wales or The Man With No Name trilogy or Dirty Harry – and I just wish he hadn’t wasted time doing this… but then came SHAUN OF THE DEAD and I realized… it was worth it. It was worth Clint not being an utter badass – to have Nick Frost be a God. Obviously, these films are not being treated with the respect they deserve. I propose that they do a big deluxe version of this release – but one where Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright just do a running commentary on the two films. They could then raise the BluRay price to… oh… $50 and I’d buy it and buy copies to gift to friends. Because that’s the extra feature I want on this set. But for $14, what do ya want…

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    Simon Pegg Gives A Status Update On Next Collaboration With Edgar Wright And Nick Frost! Hopes To Confound Expectations!
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    I just concluded a fun little interview with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost pegged to the August 9th Blu-ray/DVD release of PAUL, and, wouldn't you know it, the third film in their "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" came up! Pegg is, of course, well-practiced in the art of concealment, so nothing specific leaked, but he did address how they're dealing with fan expectation. He also mentioned that they hope to get a first draft written before the start of STAR TREK 2 (which is officially still in the scripting phase, so who knows how big that window will be?).

    Here are Pegg's thoughts on THE WORLD'S END (which is still the working title)...



    Mr. Beaks: How much do you consider your audience and what they expect from you. Is there a... I don't want to say "burden", but are there expectations you have to tend to?

    Simon Pegg: Yeah, and I hope we sort of confound it in a way. I wouldn't want to become predictable or be the guys who do that. The next thing that we do will hopefully be... you know, in writing our new thing, Edgar and me have been very determined - that we're going to start in earnest very, very soon - to not just do the same thing again, to do something very different. Not to the point of alienating people who want something, but just give people something new and something different. You can't just stay where you are forever. You have to mutate to survive, and I think we're going to make sure that we do that. I'd hate to become stale and predictable. People are already making films that are kind of like the sort of thing we might do. I want to stay a little bit ahead of the curve at least.
    Beaks: You said "very soon". Can you say how soon?

    Pegg: We already started the conception process, so it's just a question of when we can get together. I'm just about to start shooting a movie here in the UK, so maybe between that and STAR TREK we might get a chance to bang out a first draft if we're lucky.


    I also asked Nick Frost about the idea of playing Harry Mudd in STAR TREK 2 (as Simon suggested in this AV Club Austin interview). Though he said he's "happy watching STAR TREK as a fan", he did say he wouldn't turn it down. Something to consider, J.J...



    all kind of awesome. Frost as Harry Mudd, brilliant!!!!!!!

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    ATTACK THE BLOCK To Invade U.S. Theaters July 29th! Also, Tix On Sale Now For June 22nd Screening At The L.A. Film Festival!
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    HEY KINGSQUEEN...got us tix to the LA film fest screening. You will be attending!!!

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    Do Not Watch the New Red Band ATTACK THE BLOCK Trailer!
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    Seriously - SPOILER WARNINGS GALORE...

    This film is absolutely tremendous - but I warn you - if you haven't seen the film - STAY AWAY FROM THIS TRAILER! I radically disagree with Nordling's endorsement of the trailer - as it takes many of the best punchlines, takes them out of context - and ruins fantastic pay off moments.
    Well, I ain't watching it.

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    Simon is doing a signing event for his book Nerd Do Well at The Grove later today at Barnes and Noble.

    Here is da' info:

    Nerd Do Well at Barnes & Noble - The Grove at Farmers Market, Los Angeles CA

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