Actor Simon Pegg will be appearing in Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens and he was recently asked by MTV to rank every single Star Wars movie that’s come before it. As a bonafide Star Wars fan, Pegg had no problem ranking the all six movies from worst to best in just under 60 seconds, as you’ll see in the video below. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg has the distinct honor of being heavily involved with two of movie’s biggest franchises – both over a half a century old each! VOICES FROM KRYPTON talk exclusively with Simon about his current role in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE ROGUE NATION and his dual task of starring in as well as writing the next STAR […]
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Anticipation for Star Wars: The Force Awakens reaches new heights with each passing day. The film is scheduled for release on December 18, and so far we've only seen two trailers, a photo spread in Vanity Fair, and two presentations with the cast at Star Wars Celebration and Comic-Con. Show More Summary
This takes skill.
Amongst fans, there is a great amount of debate about the various merits of the six movies that currently make up the bulk of the Star Wars universe. We all have our favorites, sometimes they overlap, sometimes they don’t, and we could probably argue about how they rank in an endless loop. Show More Summary
Apparently this particular brew has a "horrific amount of hops" as well as a taste of blood orange peel. Ya know, to keep to theme and stuff.
Speaking with MTV, Simon Pegg (looking super trendy with his thick-frame glasses and rolled-up shirt sleeves) was given one minute to rank the six Star Wars films. Though he has only ten seconds to justify each film (he speaks really quickly), Pegg expounds on his decision to rank Revenge as... More »
Simon Pegg, in his finest role thus far, stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show as a rather distraught Ron Weasley to wish Harry Potter a happy birthday. Clearly, the post-Hogwarts years for Weasley haven’t treated him all that well. Read more...
What are Simon Pegg's favorite and least favorite "Star Wars" movies? Let's hear it from the man himself.
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What brought back 'HP,' and what's Simon Pegg got to do with it?
This Friday marks Harry Potter’s 35th birthday (if we’re going by his age in the books), so Jimmy Fallon brought Drunk Ron Weasley, played by Simon Pegg, back on The Tonight Show last night to wish his long-time friend a happy birthday. …Read More
"Me? They call me The King!" These are the final words (for now) of Simon Pegg's self-confident warrior character Gary King from Edgar Wright's The World's End, an uproarious comedy released in 2013. I say for now because Pegg has a hope that he might one day wear King's trenchcoat one day. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg showed up on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallen' playing a very drunk Ron Weasley, wishing Harry Potter a happy birthday.
You?ll love this ?Drunk Ron Weasley? sketch, which aired as part of The Tonight Show this week. In it, Ron Weasley returns (although he?s played by Simon Pegg) to say ?happy birthday? to his pal Harry Potter, but it devolves into a drunk session of sharing feelings and more.Click To Continue Reading
Sure, this is supposed to be a funny bit about Ron being jealous of Harry, but it just feels so real. Simon Pegg, star of Shaun of the Dead, the new Star Trek movies and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is eerily convincing as a drunk Ron Weasley on Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary
Were Harry Potter a real person, he’d be turning 35 this Friday. To wish him a happy birthday, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon brought on a special guest in last night’s episode: Drunk Ron Weasley, played by Simon Pegg. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Harry Potter's birthday is this Friday, and Ron has been hitting the bottle hard in celebration. Simon Pegg reprised his role of Drunk Ron Weasley on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, this time dropping even more Harry Potter references. You'll never believe who Hermione left him for!
It's gotta be tough living in Harry Freakin' Potter's shadow, especially when Hermione keeps leaving him. Damn that Viktor Krum. More » Simon Pegg Returns As Drunk Ron Weasley, And It’s Magical In Every Way is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.