Trailer Bulletin: Simon Pegg in "Hot Fuzz"

by | December 4, 2006 | Comments

For those who’ve already watched their "Shaun of the Dead" DVD more than a dozen times while wondering when the team of Pegg, Frost & Wright were going to get another movie out there — "Hot Fuzz" is coming. To hold us over until it shows up we have a brand-new theatrical trailer.

Click here to enjoy the fried gold over at Working Title’s official website.

Plot synopsis from CS.net: "The eagerly anticipated second feature from the co-creators of 2004’s award-winning sleeper hit "Shaun of the Dead" is a contemporary action comedy. Police officer Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is London’s top cop. This tough law enforcer is good at his job – so good, in fact, that he makes his colleagues look bad. As a result, his superiors "promote" him to the village of Sandford, where all is garden parties and neighborhood watch meetings. Partnered with Danny Butterman (Nick Frost), an oafish but well-meaning young local cop, Angel struggles to adapt. But he just can’t…until a series of grisly "accidents" indicates that foul play is afoot. Suddenly, this seemingly idyllic town is a case that Angel has to crack – hard."

The only bad news is that "Hot Fuzz" doesn’t open until March 9th. Ugh!

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