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Into the Badlands season 2 exclusive: Nick Frost allies with Sunny in first look photos

Just call Sunny (Daniel Wu) the Simon Pegg of Into the Badlands. When AMC’s epic martial arts drama returns for its second season, Nick Frost (of the Cornetto trilogy fame) will be the wayward Clipper’s lone ally in captivity, as Bajie, a fellow prisoner with questionable morals and shadier secrets. 

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Mr. Sloane creator talks about his Nick Frost sitcom and the future of Curb Your Enthusiasm

Director Robert B. Weide says Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead) reacted very enthusiastically when he emailed the British actor about playing the titular role in the U.K.-set sitcom Mr. Sloane. “He wrote back and and he said, ‘I’d give my right ball to work with you,’” says Weide. “I later told Nick’s wife that story, and she said ‘Oh, that’s his good one!’”

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Casting Net: Josh Hutcherson, Zach Braff cast in James Franco's In Dubious Battle

  • James Franco has rounded out the cast of his adaptation of John Steinbeck’s novel In Dubious Battle with stars Josh Hutcherson, Zach Braff, Analeigh Tipton, Ashley Greene and Ahna O’Reilly. Based on Steinbeck’s 1936 novel, the film portrays the struggle among a group of fruit pickers in 1930s California who are organizing a strike. Franco will direct from the Matt Rager-adapted&n

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'Cuban Fury' trailer: Chris O'Dowd and Nick Frost have a dance battle over Rashida Jones -- VIDEO

Guys will go to great lengths to get Rashida Jones’ attention. In the new trailer for Cuban Fury, a former professional dancer Bruce (Nick Frost) and his co-worker Drew (Chris O’Dowd) are smitten by their new boss Julia, played by the always-lovely Jones. To win her over, Bruce decides to learn salsa dancing and get back into the swing of dancing – but so does Drew, resulting in a comedic battle of affections involving lots of hip movement. Lots. Check out the trailer below:

http://youtu.be/xyQ2JGswHzQ

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

The Worlds End

Image Credit: 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.

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