In the March 31, 2011 issue of Rolling Stone, available now on stands and online in the digital archives (subscription required), Simon Pegg and Nick Frost – the British funnymen behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and the new movie Paul – reveal how they turned their nerd romance into comedy gold. In this video from their photo shoot with photographer Chris Heads, the duo goofs off with toy guns, fairy wings and a variety of masks and hats. This video was filmed and edited by Damien Heads, produced by Chris Heads and features the song "Really, Man" by Junk Science from the album A Miraculous Kind of Machine, which was released by Modern Shark in 2010.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Goofy 'Rolling Stone' Photo Shoot
From The Archives Issue 1127: March 31, 2011
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