Edgar Wright Narrates the Opening Scene of ‘The World’s End’

Director Edgar Wright talks to the New York Times about his fantastic new film, The World’s End, in this latest ‘Anatomy of a Scene’ feature.

In the short video, he talks about casting the group of actors who had to portray younger versions of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine and Eddie Marsan.

He also talks about the first sequence of the movie and how the pub names are like tarot cards for the entire film.

Check it out below!

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