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Edgar Wright talks the Cornetto Trilogy

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Guys, it's over. The talented trifecta of Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have finished their hugely successful Cornetto Trilogy.

As The World's End pub crawls its way into your living room, we sat down with Wright for a nice long chat on the three films. We covered the Shaun of the Dead TV show that never happened, how The Rock was involved in The World's End, the questions he's most sick of answering and what else he'd like to make with Simon and Nick.

Oh and maybe we might have slightly talked a very small amount about a little film about a guy who's an ant or something...

The World's End is out now on Blu-ray and DVD

(Images: All Star)

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