1. Aww, best friends.
Simon Pegg (left) and Nick Frost spoke to Fresh Air’s Dave Davies about their very British films having a large American audience:

Simon Pegg: We don’t want to be transatlantic with our movies, in terms of, we don’t assume the American audience have to be talked down to in any way, or soft-soaped, or given some kind of chocolate box version of what they’re seeing. I think Shaun of the Dead proved to us that we could be resolutely British and it would still work {in the U.S]. In fact, it would work because of that. A lot of films that want to get an American distribution deal will put stuff in specifically to try and secure that, and it ends up just feeling fake. 

image via The Guardian

    Aww, best friends.

    Simon Pegg (left) and Nick Frost spoke to Fresh Air’s Dave Davies about their very British films having a large American audience:

    Simon Pegg: We don’t want to be transatlantic with our movies, in terms of, we don’t assume the American audience have to be talked down to in any way, or soft-soaped, or given some kind of chocolate box version of what they’re seeing. I think Shaun of the Dead proved to us that we could be resolutely British and it would still work {in the U.S]. In fact, it would work because of that. A lot of films that want to get an American distribution deal will put stuff in specifically to try and secure that, and it ends up just feeling fake.

    image via The Guardian

  2. fresh air

    interview

    simon pegg

    nick frost

    the world's end

    shaun of the dead

    comedy