Edgar Wright's Complete Cornetto Trilogy Coming to a Theater Near You!

Do you think you can handle all three scoops of Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy? 
Casual fans might not even realize that Wright’s upcoming The World’s End concludes his unofficial trilogy of films with leading men Simon Pegg and Nick Frost – a trilogy that also includes the zombie parody Shaun of the Dead and the buddy-action comedy Hot Fuzz. Today, Wright announced on his website that almost every theater chain in America is on board with a planned August 22 screening of the complete Cornetto Trilogy (which is what the trio calls the series), concluding with premieres of The World’s End
Read about which theaters will be hosting the marathon screenings here, then grab tickets to your local screenings here!
Wright’s latest, The World’s End, casts Pegg and Frost as childhood friends who’ve grown apart as they’ve aged. Desperate to reclaim a bit of his carefree youth, Gary (Pegg) invites his former pals to complete an epic pub crawl… one that will have near-apocalyptic consequences. 
Wright’s fans and followers understand his style, and will expect more out of World’s End. They might also revel the chance to see the director’s latest a few hours early. 
To get you pumped, here are the trailers for Wright’s trilogy. Which is your favorite?
Shaun of the Dead

Hot Fuzz

The World’s End




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