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Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman bring their Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy to a fitting conclusion with "The World's End," a sci-fi comedy about a secret robotic invasion and the dangers of nostalgia.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright charmed a packed Hall H audience at Comic-Con International with jokes, stories and fun footage from "The World’s End."
Simon Pegg teased his Twitter followers with the possibility for a fourth season of beloved U.K. comedy "Spaced," saying they'd circumvent earlier promises not to revive the show by skipping the third entirely.
Paramount has released a teaser for J.J. Abrams’ "Star Trek Into Darkness" featuring "Inception"-like music, threatening voiceover from Benedict Cumberbatch, the crew in peril -- and more!
SPINOFF's Adam Rosenberg reviews "Paul," saying the film, director Greg Mottola's first moviemaking team-up with "Shaun of the Dead" stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, "is a fun ride, beginning to end."
Director Greg Mottola spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about managing the sci-fi comedy "Paul's" pop-culture references, finding the right man to voice the titular alien and more.
Actor Joe Lo Truglio spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about how he ended up with a part in "Paul," the thrill of working with Nick Frost and Simon Pegg and why he spent half of the production on his knees.
"Paul" director Greg Mottola stopped by CBR TV to talk about his new movie starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the task of recreating Comic-Con International for the film, Seth Rogen's turn as a CGI character and more.
Co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost spoke with CBR TV about comic book fans' love of "Spaced," re-creating Comic-Con International in Arizona for the upcoming sci-fi comedy "Paul" and more.
Cast members were on hand at CCI to discuss "Paul," Simon Pegg and Nick Frost 's new movie that takes the comedic duo on a journey from Comic-Con International to Area 51 and beyond.
Simon Pegg, Jessica Hynes and Edgar Wright sat down with CBR News at Comic-Con last month to look back on their early years of the TV series “Spaced” as well as to look forward to “Star Trek,” “Ant Man,” and “Paul.”
The "Spaced" panel was full of stories and news on the popular UK comedy, including word on exclusive US commentary tracks, why "Spaced" resonates well with fans and speculation about the future of TV work, Doctor Who and Ant Man.