"Shaun of the Dead", released 10 years ago in 2004, marked the first big-screen outing for star Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright, who wrote the screenplay together. This is that screenplay.
April 9, 2014 9:27 AM PDTUpdated: April 9, 2014 9:38 AM PDT
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/ Caption by: Rich Trenholm
The "Shaun of the Dead" interactive screenplay includes the first page of the flip chart on which Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright prepared the script.
The interactive screenplay includes photos, videos, storyboards and more. "You've got red on you!"
Relive classic moments from the movie, like the record-throwing scene.
"Spaced" fans look out for a familiar face on the right...
Poor Shaun. Have a Cornetto, mate.
A typical night at the pub for Shaun and friends.
After "Shaun of the Dead" came "Hot Fuzz" in 2007 -- the second in the Three Flavours Trilogy.
The opening page of the "Hot Fuzz" screenplay.
Here's how Wright and Pegg conceptualised the lead character of "Hot Fuzz", PC Nicholas Angel.
The interactive screenplay includes storyboards of exciting moments like this 'tooling-up' scene...
...and here's how it looked in the finished film.
Photos are accompanied by snippets from behind the scenes.
After "Hot Fuzz" came the final Cornetto film, "The World's End" in 2013.
The film follows an apocalyptic pub crawl to twelve pubs.
Here's the map of the twelve pubs -- cleverly, each of which is thematically linked to the unfolding story.
The screenplay for "The World's End".
And another typical night in the pub for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
"Star Trek" and "Mission: Impossible" star Simon Pegg lies down on the job.
More intricate storyboards, this time for a fight scene.
Someone's lost their head.
"The World's End" is also the end of the Three Flavours trilogy, named for the different flavours of Cornetto ice cream appearing in each film.
Happy birthday Shaun!
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