The title of Simon Pegg’s new film, “A Fantastic Fear of Everything,” sums up the plot quite perfectly, as evidenced by the movie’s trailer.
Pegg stars as Jack, a children’s writer — his most iconic creation is a lovable hedgehog — who decides to take a turn in his career and write a crime novel about Victorian serial killers and their twisted motives. But while researching the book, Jack’s findings thoroughly… Continue reading 'A Fantastic Fear of Everything' Trailer: Simon Pegg Is Freaking Out (VIDEO)
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Next week, J.J. Abrams’s brand new space-set sci-fi epic “Star Trek Into Darkness” opens across the galaxy, and soon after Abrams will be faced with an even more intergalactic challenge: continuing the “Star Wars” saga for Disney. While promoting “Star Trek Into Darkness,” Abrams and his ‘Trek’ costar Simon Pegg (who plays Scotty) discussed the cultural importance of “Star Wars,” the differences between the two franchises, and how Abrams is… Continue reading JJ Abrams and Simon Pegg on 'Star Wars Episode 7': It's 'The Further Adventures of Jar Jar Binks'
January 25, 2012
It looks like Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are finally able to start writing the third film in their “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy” (a reference to Cornetto ice cream flavors featured), a series of films directed by Wright, written by Wright and Pegg , and starring Pegg and Nick Frost. The first two films in the series are Shaun of the Dead (2004)
English actor-writer-director Simon Pegg is bloody funny when he teams up with best bud Nick Frost in cult films like Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but Pegg has also made an impression in big American franchises like Star Trek and Mission: Impossible.
Pegg and Frost’s latest buddy picture is Paul — a sci-fi road-trip comedy in which the two pick up the wisecracking… Continue reading Dialogue: Simon Pegg on 'Paul', Sequels, Keeping Secrets and His Cinematic Obsessions