Edgar Wright at The Crandell

Check it out: director Edgar Wright will be at The Crandell in Chatham this Sunday for a screening of his new movie The World's End. He'll introduce the movie and hold a Q&A afterward. The screening's at 4 pm and tickets are just $7.

The World's End is the third movie in Wright's "Cornetto trilogy" of comedies, which also includes Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. It stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (of course), along with Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan, and Rosamund Pike. It's gotten very good reviews.

Wright also directed the adaptation of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, and going way back, the British sitcom Spaced.

The Crandell screening is at 4 pm Sunday. And tickets are just $7.

Film Columbia: You might be thinking, "Shouldn't the slate for this year's Film Columbia be out soon?" The answer is yes, yes it should. Keep an eye out for next week.

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How do I get tickets?

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Dan:

You can buy tickets at the door. The Crandell does not have advanced online sales and is a cash only business (luckily we are next to a bank). Don't worry, it's big theater (over 500 seats) so there will be room for everyone.

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