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New Pegg/Frost teaser trailer released

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Pegg, Frost, Rogen, Bateman. Line-ups don't get much better.

That's why we're getting a little overly excited about the first teaser trailer for Paul the latest offering from geek movie-men Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.

This time the pair are flying without their usual co-writer/director Edgar Wright and have instead called upon the comedy acting skills of Seth Rogen and Jason Bateman to bolster the movie.

Rogen voices the part of 'Paul' an alien hitch-hiker that Pegg and Frost befriend. We can't think what else you'd want from a film. Check out the teaser below...

(Main image: Universal)

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