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    Default All Things: Simon Pegg / Nick Frost / Edgar Wright

    It just needs to be here.

    Watch: Simon Pegg Travels The World In New Trailer For 'Hector And The Search For Happiness'|The Playlist



    Also featuring Christopher Plummer, Toni Collette, Stellan Skarsgård, and Jean Reno, the story follows a psychiatrist who is unable to help his patients, and goes on a journey to figure out what's wrong with himself before he can help others. And lots of exotic places will help him put things in perspective or something.

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    Simon Pegg says Edgar Wright's Ant-Man departure is a 'terrible shame' | Film | theguardian.com

    "I think it's a terrible shame. I get why perhaps it's happened. Maybe they want a particular thing in line with a particular other thing, but if you hire a director who has a particular vision, you've got to expect him or her to make a 'such and such film'. 'An Edgar Wright film.'

    "That's what that script was, and it was interesting. The characters had a real journey. I can't really say too much about it because obviously it's not my thing, but it's their loss," he added, laughing.

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    Simon Pegg is awesome!!

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    Edgar Wright To Direct Adaptation Of YA Novel 'Grasshopper Jungle' | The Playlist

    Deadline reports that Sony have tapped Wright to helm Andrew Smith's YA novel "Grasshopper Jungle," which they describe as "Stand By Me" meets "Attack The Block." Scott Rosenberg ("Con Air," "High Fidelity") is penning the script for this unusual coming-of-age tale, and we'll let the Booklist synopsis do the talking:

    Simmering within Ealing, Iowa, is a deadly genetically engineered plague capable of unleashing unstoppable soldiers—six-foot-tall praying mantises with insatiable appetites for food and sex. No one knows it, of course, until Austin and his best friend Robby accidentally release it on the world. An ever-growing plague of giant, flesh-hungry insects is bad enough, but Austin is also up to his eyeballs in sexual confusion—is he in love with Robby or his girlfriend, Shann? Both of them make him horny, but most things do. In an admittedly futile attempt to capture the truth of his history, painfully honest Austin narrates the events of the apocalypse intermingled with a detailed account of the “connections that spiderweb through time and place,” leading from his great-great-great-grandfather Andrzej in Poland to Shann’s lucky discovery of an apocalypse-proof bunker in her new backyard.

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    Think Cuban Fury is out on Blu next week. Support Big'un.

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    That reminds me. Anybody watched this?


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