Shaun of the Dead

"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.

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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.

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The interactive screenplay includes photos, videos, storyboards and more. "You've got red on you!"

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Relive classic moments from the movie, like the record-throwing scene.

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"Spaced" fans look out for a familiar face on the right...

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Poor Shaun. Have a Cornetto, mate.

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A typical night at the pub for Shaun and friends.

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Hot Fuzz

After "Shaun of the Dead" came "Hot Fuzz" in 2007 -- the second in the Three Flavours Trilogy.

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The opening page of the "Hot Fuzz" screenplay.

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Here's how Wright and Pegg conceptualised the lead character of "Hot Fuzz", PC Nicholas Angel.

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The interactive screenplay includes storyboards of exciting moments like this 'tooling-up' scene...

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...and here's how it looked in the finished film.

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Photos are accompanied by snippets from behind the scenes.

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Yeah boiiii!

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The World's End

After "Hot Fuzz" came the final Cornetto film, "The World's End" in 2013.

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The film follows an apocalyptic pub crawl to twelve pubs.

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Here's the map of the twelve pubs -- cleverly, each of which is thematically linked to the unfolding story.

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The screenplay for "The World's End".

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And another typical night in the pub for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.

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"Star Trek" and "Mission: Impossible" star Simon Pegg lies down on the job.

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More intricate storyboards, this time for a fight scene.

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Someone's lost their head.

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Flaming 'eck!

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"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.

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Happy birthday Shaun!

Happy birthday Shaun!

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