Producer Mike Medavoy, who oversaw several of Williams’ movies, explains how the actor developed his performance for his upcoming comedy Absolutely Anything, and how tricky Hollywood can be for people struggling with addiction.
Look at your hand. Is there wine in it? If so, you’re probably Marsha, the permanently sozzled landlady from ’90s sitcom Spaced.
Our time has come friends.
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Based on your favorite characters, otps, shows and movies. Who needs Spotify when you have 8tracks and Tumblr?
Ladies, you may need to sit down for this.
Game of Thrones, The World’s End, Broadchurch — the 71-year-old Harry Potter actor is everywhere! Let us celebrate him.
The infamous Neutron Cream prank, now with more video!
Here’s every fun Easter egg from Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost’s Cornetto Trilogy. Obviously, this is full of spoilers.
As if you weren’t completely in love with them already.
What do a sci-fi comedy about an English town overrun with robots and a new album from American indie-rock heroes have in common? Only the most important question a self-absorbed generation can face: How do we grow up?
The British geek heroes, whose new movie The World’s End will be released on Friday, tell BuzzFeed all about the drinking, laughs, struggles, music, chance meetings, and friendships that came before success.
“The flurry of interest baffles me,” Pegg says about the internet’s obsession with whether he’s starring in Edgar Wright’s upcoming Marvel Studios movie.
Louis CK, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Ellen DeGeneres: They all had to start somewhere. The hair and fashion alone make these must-watch clips.
The best rom-zom-com (that’s ‘romantic zombie comedy’) ever made.
Featuring original storyboards, and behind the scenes shots.
It’s everything I’d imagined Ron would grow up to be.
The first outing of dream team Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright.
A Redditor spotted the Shaun Of The Dead/World’s End buddies on a DVD of a Fatboy Slim gig from 2002.
“Sometimes there’s a father and a father. Sometimes, both fathers are mothers.”
Princess Leia fit right in. But some of the boys took a while to warm up.
Patrick Stewart and Simon Pegg get together in Stewart’s first Funny or Die video.
There is no joke here — that’s just what happened. This weekend, Star Trek II costars Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, and the new film’s baddie, Benedict Cumberbatch, all went to their local Hooters establishment (I am not making this up) to kick off a night of revelry we’ll call The Hangover III: Beership Enterprise. Thankfully, they documented it for us via the Twitterspehere.
Time to move? Or time to placate the child only to have her words come back to haunt you when you try to sleep tonight?
This letter is way better than any signed swag. But for Alex’s sake, I hope he doesn’t put any of it on eBay.
They only made the one scene, sadly, but it’s perfect in every way.
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This is the movie they should’ve made instead of “Paul.”
You wonder why Simon Pegg doesn’t have a 9-to-5… [Ed. note: Apropos of nothing, why not treat yourself to this classic sketch from the brilliant late ’90s British sketch comedy show Big Train?]
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