Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine join The World’s End cast

06:58 08 October 2012

Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine and Nick Frost - seen during filming in Welwyn Garden City - are set to appear in Letchworth GC

Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine and Nick Frost - seen during filming in Welwyn Garden City - are set to appear in Letchworth GC

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MORE famous faces are expected to grace Letchworth GC for filming of The World’s End.

Joining Simon Pegg and Nick Frost for the movie will be Sherlock and The Office star Martin Freeman and Paddy Considine, who appeared alongside the comedy duo in Hott Fuzz.

The cast also includes Eddie Marsan, recently seen in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes films, and former Bond girl Rosamund Pike.

More scenes of the film, which centres on an epic pub crawl which turns apocalyptic, are due to be shot in the town at the end of the month following a period of filming in Welwyn Garden City.

The release date is expected in August next year.

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