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VIDEO: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost interview

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Not that we don't spend every second in the office in a frenzied state of constant excitement but when we have celebrities overseeing our work, things get a tad more intense.

To celebrate the release of The World's End, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost came into the office to guest edit an issue of the magazine and show us what's what in the world of publishing.

Aside from arguing over commas and maniacally scribbling on post-its, they marched us into a room and wielded their editorial power by demanding we interview them. Okay, so it didn't happen quite like that but we spoke to them about their new film and pubs and stuff.

You can watch it here:

The World's End hits cinemas Friday

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