Edgar Wright Premiere The Worlds EndThe World’s End brings Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy to a close and it was tonight in London’s Leicester Square that the cast and crew descended to send the series off with a bang.

It was an uncommonly clement evening in the capital tonight, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost joined their comrade in blood and ice-cream on the red carpet to see off their latest and greatest collaboration. We spoke to Wright, Eddie Marsan, Rosamund Pike, Paddy Considine and many more all of which are below for your viewing pleasure.

Our review of the film is here, and we will continue adding the interviews as we get them including a junket interview with the Simon, Nick and Edgar coming in the next week. The World’s End hits UK cinemas next Friday 19th.

In the interviews, Director Edgar Wright talks about why it’s so important to keep the surprise element of these films under wraps. Ben also tries to get info on working on Ant-Man but unfortauntely Edgar was giving nothing away!

Eddie Marsan talks about working with the cast, all of whom were friends before making the movie and how it was nice to work with Nick and Paddy in slightly different circumstances to previous films. Paddy Considine talks about working on the more comedic roles and also gives us information on his next Directorial project called ‘The Year of the Locust’ which will be set in the US.

We also speak to Director Ben Wheatley whose film A Field in England was released last week in cinemas, on Television and on Blu-ray and DVD simultaneously. We find out how the release went down, what Ben thinks about it and his new movie Freak Shift which he’s working on at the moment. Finally we talk to David Bradley who plays Basil in The World’s End. He also gives us an update on playing William Hartnell in the TV movie An Adventure in Space and Time.