The World's End
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
At Comic-Con International, three visionary directors -- Alfonso Cuarón, Marc Webb and Edgar Wright -- discuss the filmmaking process, and one of them spills a secret from The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
With Comic-Con on the horizon, movie studios have unleashed new posters for films like Godzilla, The World's End, Carrie and 300: Rise of an Empire.
Simon Pegg teased fans with the possibility for a fourth season of beloved U.K. comedy Spaced, skipping over the third entirely.
A new trailer for Edgar Wright's The World's End has arrived that shows the enemy creatures in the film are actually robots. The World’s End opens July 19 in the United Kingdom and Aug. 23 in the United States.
The World's End, the latest film from Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, gets a first trailer filled with pints, pubs and potential alien invaders. The comedy opens Oct. 25 in the United States.
Dropping tidbits about the long-developing Ant-Man, director Edgar Wright teases, "It’s a way of doing a superhero film within another genre. I wanted to tell an origin tale in a slightly different way." The Marvel film arrives Nov. 6, 2015.
Two new images from Edgar Wright's comedy The World's End feature stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine and Eddie Marsan.
2013 sees at least two movies promising the end of the world (Comedies This Is The End and The World's End), but also two movies set after the apocalypse (Oblivion and After Earth). It's a year that has remakes of horror classics (Evil Dead, Carrie), sequels galore (New installments of The Hobbit, The Hunger Games, Kick-Ass, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and, of course, GI Joe: Retaliation) and a relaunch for Superman himself with Man of Steel. In other words, it's a pretty packed year. But which of the movies due for release next year are you most excited about?
The Hobbit star Martin Freeman, who has minor roles in Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, returns for the conclusion of Edgar Wright's comedy trilogy, joining Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in The World's End.