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Simon Pegg looking very dapper in his cool blue suit.
Director Edgar Wright signs a very excitable fan's poster.
I think that's Gaz from Supergrass (or someone who looks like him).
The fantastic Nick Frost looking a bit like he's Simon Pegg's bouncer.
The view from the top of the red (er, I mean blue) carpet.

A night out on the red carpet

Tim Arthur rubs shoulders with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright at the premiere of 'The World's End'

By Time Out in association with Windows Phone and the Nokia Lumia 925

I was a little overly excited to be attending the premier of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's 'The World's End'. Having been a huge fan of the other two movies in what's come to be called 'The Cornetto Trilogy' ('Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz') I had been waiting for this final part to come out ever since I'd heard it was being filmed.

Leicester Square looked stunning on a gorgeous summer's night and although I always get entirely embarrassed walking up a red (or in this case blue) carpet being stared at by a whole host of people all wondering 'Who the hell is he?', it didn't really matter because the inner fanboy in me just wanted to get inside to see the movie. I wasn't disappointed.

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