They both learned an important lesson about sexuality.
Between Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and The World’s End, Wright has crafted a canon that’s the apex of fanboydom.
"At the end [of Man of Steel], they're all at the Daily Planet office just going, 'Hey! Let's go see the Dodgers!' Isn't everyone dead?"
The third film in director Edgar Wright's "Cornetto Trilogy" with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
Simon Pegg kicks some robot ro-butt.
But have a pint before you do.
Their long-promised trilogy-capper to Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
Picture Pegg in forties Los Angeles.
He's not even swayed by Josh Horowitz's ace Jar-Jar impression.
"All the myths about Tom Cruise are generally dispelled when you meet him. He's not particularly short."
"Try to make it sound like a series of sophisticated bleeps and whistles, okay?"
"Just because of the finger."
Simon Pegg gets in on the action, too.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's alien road-trip comedy approaches.
"Two British comic book geeks traveling across the U.S. encounter an alien outside Area 51."
They make a few too many poop jokes along the way.
Plus: Draco Malfoy joins 'Apes' prequel.
Plus: Rob Marshall! Steven Spielberg! Danny Boyle!
If you were too cheap to buy the DVD set last year, rejoice!
Plus: Lily Allen on her inspiration.
Who cares if the movie's based on a Belgian comic strip from the forties, or if Pegg and Frost probably won't get to kill any zombies or elderly in it!
Plus: Russell Crowe's a stickler for historical accuracy.
Plus: Will the 'Survivor' incident mean more flapping penises?
Plus: Yet another bastard joins 'Inglorious Bastards,' and James McAvoy to play a CGI gnome in most horrible movie ever.
Plus: Neil Schweiber goes to war in Tarantino's 'Inglorious Bastards'!