A teen gang in South London defend their block from an alien invasion.

  • 1 hr 29 minRHDSD
  • Jul 29, 2011
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    Nick Frost is a Welsh actor, screenwriter and comedian. He is known for his work in the series of British comedic genre films The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, Shaun of the Dead (2004), Hot Fuzz (2007), and The World's End (2013). He also co-starred in Paul (2011), with frequent collaborator and friend Simon Pegg. Nicholas John "Nick" Frost is good friends with Simon Pegg and they have appeared alongside each other in several Movies. He resides with his half-Swedish wife, production executive Christina in St Margaret s, London. He previously lived in Fins-bury Park, which was also the filming location for Shaun of the Dead. In a 2005 interview, Frost stated that he was brought up as a Catholic. He is a supporter of West Ham United, as well as being a rugby player, formerly playing for Barking RFC. On 22 June 2011, Frost's wife gave birth to a son.
  • Luke TreadawayActor

    Luke trained at LAMDA and the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. Film credits include: "A Street Cat Named Bob," winner of the Best British Film Award, National Film Awards, 2017 (Shooting Script Films); "Ethel and Ernest" (Lupus Films); "The Rack Pack" (BBC/Zeppotron); "Unbroken" (Universal Pictures); "The Rise" (Moli/Mischief Films); "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding" (Cheerful Weather Productions); "For the First Time" (I love 2, LLC); "You Instead" (Sigma Films); "Man in Fear" (Fractured Films); "Late Bloomers" (Late Bloomers Productions); "Attack the Block" (Big Talk Productions); "Alice" (Ruby Films); "Killing Bono" (Cinema Three); "The Whistleblower" (Barry Films); "Clash of the Titans" (Warner Bros); "Heartless" (Cross Day Productions); "Viko" (Viko Productions); "God's Wounds" (RSA Films); "Brothers of the Head" (FilmFour/Potboiler Productions). Theatre credits include: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (Harold Pinter Theatre); "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," winner of the Best Actor Award, Olivier Awards, 2013. Nominated for the Best Actor in a Play Award, Whatsonstage.com Awards, 2013 (National Theatre/West End/Frantic Assembly); "Over There" (Royal Court Theatre); "Cradle Me" (Finborough Theatre); "Piranha Heights" (Soho Theatre); "War Horse" (National Theatre); "Saint Joan" (National Theatre). Television credits include: "The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells: 'The Late Mr. Elvesham" (Clerkenwell Films/Sky Playhouse); "Vicious" Series 2 (ITV); "The Hollow Crown" Series 2 (BBC/NBC/Neal Street Productions); "Fortitude" Series 1 & 2 (Sky Atlantic/Starz); "13 Steps Down" (ITV); "Clapham Junction" (Darlow Smithson/Channel 4); "The Innocence Project" (Tightrope Productions/BBC); "Mist: Sheepdog Tales (Spring Pictures/Five).
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  • John BoyegaActor

    John Boyega is a British actor, known for playing Finn in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015). Boyega rose to prominence in his native United Kingdom for his role of Moses in the 2011 sci-fi comedy film Attack the Block (2011), before attaining international recognition for his work as Finn in the seventh film of the Star Wars series. Other credits include historical fiction drama film Half of a Yellow Sun (2013), four episodes of the television series 24: Live Another Day (2014), and the drama films Imperial Dreams (2014), The Circle (2017), and Detroit (2017).