Watch: Trailer For Simon Pegg’s ‘A Fantastic Fear of Everything’

This summer you will be able to see Star Trek’s Simon Pegg as the star of the quirky British comedy/suspense movie A Fantastic Fear of Everything. And the first trailer has just been released. Check it out below.


Trailer for Pegg’s ‘A Fantastic Fear of Everything’

Simon Pegg’s next role is as the star in A Fantastic Fear of Everything. Here is the synopsis:

Jack (Simon Pegg) is a children’s author turned crime novelist whose detailed research into the lives of Victorian serial killers has turned him into a paranoid wreck, persecuted by the irrational fear of being murdered. When Jack is thrown a life-line by his long-suffering agent and a mysterious Hollywood executive takes a sudden and inexplicable interest in his script, what should be his big break rapidly turns into his big breakdown, as Jack is forced to confront his worst demons; among them his love life, his laundry and the origin of all fear.

And the brand new trailer:

A Fantastic Fear of Everything premiers in the UK on June 8th (US date not yet set).

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WOW!. This looks to be good. Will have to see it.

This guy just doesn’t make bad films.

Mmmmmm, Amara Karan.

Sign me up!

#2 you haven’t caught Burke and Hare yet then?
To be honest I thought this trailer was a bit of a mess and my interest when from high at the start to not particularly interested by the end!

Did Terry Gilliam direct 1/2 of this trailer?
It looks a little meandering. I would like to see the movie, but I think it’s gonna be a tough sell to a general, American audience now being weaned on giant cgi things that blow up.
Best of luck.

Why was this not put up? Reminds of the people on here…
Sh*t Star Trek Fans Say –

6. Trekface Splendid! Straw poll: how many of these have we each said? Two at least in my case…

#7 I’ve said all of them. But then, I made this video! O.o
Thanks for posting, trekface!

As a member of the American audience, CmdR, let me say that the collective intellect of the American audience is tantamount to that of a potted plastic fern; which is why Michael Bay still gets work. That said, this looks like a bizarre piece of good fun.