Cuban Fury releases February 14 in the UKSource: MSN Movies UK
You may notice that just below I mentioned that Cuban Fury would be arriving overseas in January.
Well, things change. It's now February 14th. Happy Valentines Day <3
Still no word on a US release. All information so far has been for only a UK release.
Available in a DVD or Blu-Ray, The World's End will be available for your home amusement in just a month.
Snag your copy now on Amazon, or wherever. Just buy it!
Big Talk has posted that Cuban Fury
- Nick's own creation - will be released across the UK and Ireland on the brisk start of the new year - January 10, 2014. No word on a US release, but if The Boat That Rocked / Pirate Radio
can make the leap, surely there's good word that this will too.http://www.bigtalkproductions.com/cuban-fury-dances-into-cinemas-10th-january-2014/This was actually posted back in April - but it's good to have a friendly reminder after The World's End since everyone is on a Frost high.
So the award is for all three of the group - Simon, Nick, and Edgar - but it only took them long enough to finally recognize.
Late to the party, guys.http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/men-of-the-year/home/winners-2013/comedians-simon-pegg-nick-frost-edgar-wright
I came across a promotional advertisement for The World's End while using my Xbox 360 earlier tonight, and when clicked, it ran a promotional game where you perform the Golden Mile, getting little tidbits and seeing promotional content for the film. Which is OUT NOW, BY THE WAY
. Go see this movie.
During the course of the game, you will also unlock Gamerpics to plaster on your Gamercard to show off your love. One of which happens to be our good friend Andy Knight, played by the one and only. Along the way, you will also unlock ones for some of the pub signs, and finally, Gary fucking King - the one and only.
Click for largerPhoto taken with iPod because I'm lazy - it looks much better in person
I never get tired of coming up with title names for these, but here's another one.Nick has been tapped to appear in Vince Vaughn's new comedy Business Trip
From the synopsis, involving an American businessman heading to Europe on what he hopes will be a very profitable trip, it would only make sense to get themselves some European funnymen to show him the sights and sounds. A good choice, too.
No other details, of course, but is there really much else to want to know? Nick has cropped up in several other films, comedy or otherwise, so it's good to see him gaining that much more exposure.