I love the team up shenanigans of Nick Frost and Simon Pegg. Those two guys have great chemistry and equally perfect comedic timing. They’re not equal stars though, as the rotund Frost always plays second fiddle to Pegg, who would play goofy best friend to a more dashing actor himself. That’s one of the many […]
Before he passed away earlier this year, Robin Williams completed voice work on a UK comedy called “Absolutely Anything,” and now a pair of Chinese distributors have picked up the flick. Also starring Simon Pegg, Michael Palin, Terry...Show More Summary
Lots of awesome Episode VII talk highlights this edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following. Some fun rumors pop up about Episode VII cameos for Simon Pegg, Benedict Cumberbatch and the role of Warwick Davis. A full, rumored scene is described as well as a hint at the film’s opening. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg has been through some very weird stuff on the big screen, including a zombie apocalypse and an attempted alien takeover. But his new movie Absolutely Anything gets even crazier, granting him the power to make “absolutely anything” happen. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg plays a shy school teacher in 'Absolutely Anything', who is given special powers by an alien force. [...]
Here's your first look at Simon Pegg in Absolutely Anything. But more importantly, this alien film also stars Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and John Cleese, so it's a Monty Python reunion, basically! Kind of! Read more.....
Previously, we'd seen a colorful teaser poster for the comedy Absolutely Anything, a pseudo reunion of the infamous Monty Python comedy troupe with John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Terry Jones voicing aliens who bestow magical powers on a secondary school teacher and watch what happens. Show More Summary
The world got a much-celebrated "Monty Python" reunion on stage this past summer, and while it was fleeting, fans still have Terry Jones' next directorial effort Absolutely Anything to look forward to. Now Empire has some new stills from the pseudo-Python reunion movie, which stars Simon Pegg as an omnipotent nobody. Check out the pics below!
Kill Me Three Times is a comedic thriller that follows three overlapping murder plots in a gorgeous Australian beach town, all narrated by Simon Pegg as Charlie Wolfe, a quick-witted, heartless assassin. Scenes are shown from different...Show More Summary
In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions is coming to Blu-ray, see the cover art, find out information about the release and when to expect it. What can we expect from the Jedi in Star Wars Episode...Show More Summary
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have reprised their roles as slacker besties Shaun and Ed of Shaun of the Dead on a most unexpected stage, the cartoon show Phineas and Ferb. The ep airs tomorrow, but The Disney Channel is sharing their cameo...Show More Summary
If its Marvel Super Heroes, Star Wars or Lost-themed episodes haven't drawn you in, maybe this will: this week's Phineas & Ferb takes on the zombie genre with a guest appearance from none other than Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, recreating their characters from Shaun of the Dead. And you can watch it here! Read more...
Back in August we learned that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost would have a rather interesting cameo in the popular Disney series “Phineas and Ferb” as they would once again take on the characters of Shaun and Ed… in animated...Show More Summary
Hector and the Search for Happiness Dir. Peter Chelsom [Relativity Media; 2014] by Alex Peterson Rating: Simon Pegg’s talent has been wasted. So have many of the most beautiful spots in the world. And character actors — Rosamund Pike, Stellan Skarsgard, Jean Reno, Christopher Plummer, Toni Collette — wasted. Show More Summary
What a profoundly weird movie this is. On the surface of it, Hector and the Search for Happiness seems as though it should be a lark, a feel-good movie about a psychiatrist (a violently earnest Simon Pegg) who goes in search of happiness by asking people what makes them happy. Show More Summary
Capone gets deep with HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS star Simon Pegg Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. A strange thing happened as I was editing this interview with Simon Pegg for his new film HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS. Show More Summary
I'll save you some time, Hector. Happiness is never having to watch this movie again.
For some reason I’m totally not surprised that Simon Pegg likes video games. I mean, why wouldn’t he? During a recent Ask Me Anything on Reddit he was asked for his favourite video game of all time. He made a good choice. More » ...
Salon spoke to the actor about "Hector and the Search for Happiness" and his own path to contentment