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'The World's End': Simon Pegg and Nick Frost on the martial art they call 'pub fu'

The Worlds End

(Laurie Sparham)

The World’s End, the third collaboration for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz director/co-writer Edgar Wright, hits theaters today. Which means you should start seeing fans reenact a lengthy fight that breaks out during their characters’ nostalgic 12-pub crawl right… about… now.

Earlier this week, Pegg and Frost visited EW’s Sirius XM channel and talked about creating the martial art they call “pub fu” with stunt coordinator and choreographer Brad Allan. “It’s like a half-remembered martial art form. I used to watch wrestling, and I can swing my arms really quickly,” Pegg said. “But we also wanted it to look like the more drunk they got the more proficient they became fighting…. so that the brawls become more and more elaborate.”

Listen to more of the interview with EW’s Darren Franich, Clark Collis, and Keith Staskiewicz below.

https://soundcloud.com/siriusxmentertainment/simon-pegg-nick-frost-dish-on

Originally posted August 23 2013 — 12:16 PM EDT

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