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Simon Pegg thrills fans by recreating iconic Shaun of the Dead scene for special Christmas message

Simon Pegg has recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Shaun of the Dead for a festive Instagram submit.

The actor, who performed the lead function in the 2004 zombie flick, recreated the hilarious scene the place Shaun goes to the nook store to purchase a Cornetto whereas oblivious to the zombie outbreak.

The 52-year-old strolled alongside the road whereas addressing the digicam and giving his fans a special message.

Famous second: Simon Pegg has recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Shaun of the Dead for a festive Instagram submit

Simon thrilled fans with the video, which included each small element, even his small journey on the pavement. 

When he arrives at the store he heads in to buy his Cornetto and take into consideration what he may movie.

The clip ended with a candy message wishing everybody ‘Seasons greetings and joyful new year’ whereas a Christmas tune performed in the background. 

Simon admitted he wished to comply with in Tom Cruise’s footsteps after the star jumped out of a helicopter and wished his followers a Merry Christmas. 

Simon’s video caught the eye of Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright, who jokingly commented: ‘This is an entire ripoff. You will probably be listening to from my lawyer.’ 

Iconic: The actor, who played the lead role in the 2004 zombie flick, recreated the hilarious scene where Shaun goes to the corner shop to buy a Cornetto while oblivious to the zombie outbreak

Iconic: The actor, who performed the lead function in the 2004 zombie flick, recreated the hilarious scene the place Shaun goes to the nook store to purchase a Cornetto whereas oblivious to the zombie outbreak

Simon and pal Nick Frost beforehand reprised their Shaun of the Dead roles in a bid to induce folks to remain at residence amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

The duo, who performed Shaun and Ed, took to YouTube on Thursday for a public service announcement the place they acted out a parody of the well-known scene through which they laid out a plan amid the outbreak of zombies.

But hilariously, Simon urged his co-star NOT to go to the Winchester pub, which was in stark distinction to the recommendation he gave in the movie, resulting in catastrophe.

Fun: The 52-year-old strolled along the street while addressing the camera and giving his fans a special message

Fun: The 52-year-old strolled alongside the road whereas addressing the digicam and giving his fans a special message

The humorous clip sees Simon, 50, on the telephone to Nick, 47, the place they outlined their subsequent steps, however as an alternative of going through an onslaught of the undead, in actual life, they mentioned how they’d cope with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.

Simon stated: ‘Right, name Mum, be sure she’s okay. If Phillip has been contaminated, comply with the NHS tips to the letter.’

Phillip of course was Shaun’s step-dad in the film, performed by Bill Nighy, who was sadly bitten by one of the lethal zombies.

Back in character: Simon and Nick Frost have previously reprised their Shaun of the Dead roles in a bid to urge people to stay at home amid the Coronavirus pandemic (pictured in character)

Back in character: Simon and Nick Frost have beforehand reprised their Shaun of the Dead roles in a bid to induce folks to remain at residence amid the Coronavirus pandemic (pictured in character)

Scene: The duo played Shaun and Ed in the 2004 zombie flick (pictured in character)

Scene: The duo, who performed Shaun and Ed in the 2004 zombie flick, took to YouTube on Thursday for a public service announcement the place they acted out a parody of the well-known scene through which they laid out a plan amid the outbreak of zombies 

The star then warns his pal to not head to his native pub, and in reference to the hit movie, added: ‘Remember what occurred the final time.’

He additionally urged Nick to remember of these extra susceptible, including: ‘If you’ll be able to, keep at residence, have a cup of tea, and wait for all of this to blow over.

‘Above all, do not be a t**t about issues, we’re all on this collectively. Don’t be egocentric, take care of one another, give somebody a name for those who suppose they is likely to be lonely.’

However, he jokingly denied Nick some important gadgets as when requested if he had any rest room roll, he replied that he was one to his ‘final sheet’.

The digicam the confirmed him sitting at a desk which held a big stash of rest room paper.

Warning: hilariously, Simon urged his co-star NOT to go to the Winchester pub, which was in stark contrast to the advice he gave in the film, leading to disaster

Warning: hilariously, Simon urged his co-star NOT to go to the Winchester pub, which was in stark distinction to the recommendation he gave in the movie, resulting in catastrophe 

The video concluded with a written message urging fans to not panic and reminded everybody that have been all on this collectively, including a with ‘love’ from Simon and Nick.

It comes weeks after Simon revealed that Mission: Impossible 7 producers pulled manufacturing of their newest movie out of Italy to guard actors and the public from coronavirus.

The actor stated that Paramount Pictures have been ‘very cautious’ over the unfold of the an infection close to to their location in Venice, and that they have been left with no choice however to droop capturing.

Parody: The funny clip sees Simon, 50, on the phone to Nick (pictured) where they outlined their next steps, but instead of facing an onslaught of the undead, in real life, they discussed how they'd deal with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus

Parody: The humorous clip sees Simon, 50, on the telephone to Nick, 47, the place they outlined their subsequent steps, however as an alternative of going through an onslaught of the undead, in actual life, they mentioned how they’d cope with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus

Speaking on BBC Radio 6, when requested whether or not he was capturing the franchise’s seventh installment, Simon replied: ‘[We’re] not in Venice, that is the place I’m alleged to be.

‘Paramount have been very cautious and smart I feel and pulled the manufacturing out of Venice.

‘It’s an enormous group of folks, we have been capturing carnival sequences and it was simply unwise to stay so we bugged out.

Simon, who performs technical agent Benji Dunn in the sequence, continued: ‘I feel it might be indelicate to complain about something aside from the proven fact that there was quite a bit of disruption for everybody.’

Stay at home: He also urged Nick to be aware of those more vulnerable, adding: 'If you can, stay at home, have a cup of tea, and wait for all of this to blow over'

Stay at residence: He additionally urged Nick to remember of these extra susceptible, including: ‘If you’ll be able to, keep at residence, have a cup of tea, and wait for all of this to blow over’

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