Simon Pegg is showing a keen eye for the eclectic role in amongst the impossible missions and starfleet shenanigans. Films such as A Fantastic Fear of Everything and Hector and the Search for Happiness are clearly projects which would not have been made without the actor, and it’s good to see him diversifying and bringing new voices to the big screen.
His latest film is Kriv Stenders’ Kill Me Three Times, in which he plays Charlie Wolfe, an assassin hired by a rich husband to off an unwanted wife. Teresa Palmer, Alice Braga and Bryan Brown complete the main ensemble. The film played well at Toronto and Pegg was on hand this evening to talk to our red carpeteers (Yes, I’m still calling them that) Cassam Looch and Colin Hart.