Shaun Of The Dead - Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright

Posted in Interviews on April, 12 2004 11:45 AM


One of the best British comedy movies of recent times has now hit UK cinema screens.  Reviews have been consistently excellent and it's the film that everyone has been talking about.

The comedy horror stars Simon Pegg, Kate Ashfield, Nick Frost, Dylan Moran , Lucy Davis, Penelope Wilton, Bill Nighy and Jessica Stevenson.

Shaun Of The Dead 2 Directed by Edgar Wright, from an original screenplay by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, the creative team behind hit-sitcom Spaced, "SHAUN OF THE DEAD " is an everyday tale of life, love and the living dead focussing on a group of friends who encounter a literal night from hell at their local pub, under attack from a zombie invasion.

A WT² production in association with Big Talk Productions, the film shot for nine weeks at Ealing Studios and on location in London.

You can check out the internet exclusive interviews with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright below, but first why not watch the trailer and get an idea of what all the fuss is about.  It's in Windows Media format and comes in three flavours:  30k for dial-up users, 100k for ISDN users, and 300k for 21st century embracing broadband users.

 

Interviews: (in Windows Media format)

Simon Pegg - Star & Co-Writer

Simon PeggIn this internet exclusive Simon Pegg talks about his interest in writing, Lucy Davis being a red coat, and his choice of vinyl records to throw at a zombie.

30k - Dial-Up Modem Users
100k - ISDN Users
300k - Broadband Users


Edgar Wright - Director & Co-Writer

Edgar WrightEdgar Wright talks about his love for writing and directing his own film, on his aspirations for its success and the Batman soundtrack.

30k - Dial-Up Modem Users
100k - ISDN Users
300k - Broadband Users

 

Click here for the Funny.co.uk review

 

Comments

Add a comment
No one has commented on this article yet.

Add a comment



Please enter the number provided in the image below. If you can not read the number you may refresh your browser.




Log in to comment or register here.

Search Funny.co.uk

Sponsor

Recent Activity

From Twitter

loading