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    Simon Pegg Says 'Paul' Is 'Easy Rider' With Aliens Or 'The Daytrippers' With E.T.

    How The Film Doubles As Seth Rogen Biopic & More We Learned In Our Chat With The Cast & DirectorTwo nerds, after spending the time of their life at the geek haven that is Comic-Con, soon find themselves in the epic situation of having to get an alien to his homeship. And though it's a dream come true for the protagonists, it's also a certain death sentence with multiple villains on their tail. But thankfully in "Paul," nobody's yelling at any marines nor are there abrasive video game action scenes -- this is the "better" alien movie in theaters, chock full of laughs and coated with a genuine sweetness that you wouldn't expect from a movie cen...

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    SXSW Exclusive: Nick Frost & Simon Pegg Say 'Paul' Sequels Are Definitely A Possibility

    'The World's End' Aiming To Shoot Next YearAside from being an exceptionally fun movie, Greg Mottola's "Paul" seems to be a haven for upcoming project news; we've got dozens of updates on future movies concerning the extensive talent in that film.

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    Simon Pegg Says He & Edgar Wright Still Trying To Find Time To Write 'The World's End'

    Third Installment Of The Cornetto Trilogy Not Even Started, C'mon Guys!If you don't speak geek-ese like we do, here's a translation: The "Three Flavours Cornetto" trilogy is the unofficial nickname of the films made by director Edgar Wright and actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (a nice knowing nod to...

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    Review: 'Paul' Delivers A Funny, Touching, Rewarding Journey

    From The Playlist U.K.: The pubs of London are littered with the carcasses of British comedy stars who weren't able to convert their TV success to the big screen. Countless sitcom actors made awkward, unfunny film debuts, and even big names like Ricky Gervais and Steve Coogan have mostly tripped ove...

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    Kristen Wiig Has Wasps In Her Brain In New Clip From 'Paul'

    We've liked the early trailers and have been anticipating this one for a while, but unless you're in the U.K., there is still a bit of a wait until you get to see Greg Mottola's "Paul," so hopefully this clip will tide you over.

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    Watch: Domestic Trailer For 'Paul' Looks Much Better

    Trying to trailer an R-rated film without any cursing or even mildly suggestive material or dialogue is a tough task, but we'll be damned if the marketing team behind "Paul" haven't been trying. A couple of U.K. trailers have already arrived and worryingly focused more on nut shots and bodily functi...

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    Watch: Full UK Trailer For Greg Mottola's 'Paul' Has A Worryingly High Number Of Nut Shots

    As big fans of Greg Mottola's "Superbad" and "Adventureland," and even bigger fans of "Shaun of the Deadb" and "Hot Fuzz," we've been excited about "Paul," which gives Mottola a script written by and starring the stars of the latter two, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, for some time. So why is that the m...

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    New Poster For 'Paul' Reveals An Alien With As Many Hang-Ups As Mark Zuckerberg

    We got introduced to Mark Zuckerberg in early teasers for "The Social Network" as a punk, genius, prophet, traitor and billionaire, and using that same approach, the new domestic poster for the upcoming geek comedy "Paul" gives a little insight into its titular alien.

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    Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Seth Rogen Are In The Spotlight As Poster For 'Paul' Debuts

    The early months of the year are typically fairly barren, cinematically. For the most part, this looks to hold true in 2011, but there are a few big releases that will hopefully prove worthwhile: Kevin Macdonald's "The Eagle," Michel Gondry's "The Green Hornet" and Cary Fukunaga's "Jane Eyre" among ...

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